I’m thinking of using Lightbox Plus to display html, inline content.
The plugin settings/usage advises you to use this format of code:
<a class="lbp-inline-link-1" href="#">Inline HTML Content</a> <div style="display:none"> <div id="lbp-inline-link-1" style="padding: 10px;background: #fff"> Inline Content Goes Here </div> </div>
It then says this:
“In order to display inline content using Lightbox Plus and Colorbox you must at a minimum has the following items set: Inner Width, Inner Height, and Use Iframe must be checked.”
My question is, is this code some kind of iFrame? I didn’t think it was but this help message has thrown me. I also cannot find an option for ‘Use iFrame’ in the settings at all – so perhaps it’s a relic of an outdated version.
I’m just avoiding iFrames at all costs due to SEO (but really want to use a funky lightbox!)
Thanks in advance.
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