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[Plugin: Easy FancyBox] Optional "Expand to Original Image Size" Button

  • Hi RavanH,

    I just installed your plugin in wp 3.4.1 and it is works fine.

    I read that the plugin adapt it’s size to the image inside it while respecting the limit of the browser viewport.

    and I wanted to ask you if already there is an option to expand further the image to the original size if the visitor of the page wants ?

    I have seen some fancyboxes that have a little button with arrows for expanding the image.

    Do we have this feature here.
    If not are you willin to develop it

    thanks
    ngos

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/easy-fancybox/

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  • Plugin Author RavanH

    @ravanh

    Hi,

    That is not part of the FancyBox script. And since I’m not the developer of that script, just the developer of the WordPress plugin, I’m not going to add such a feature to the main script.

    I’ll consider a limited work-around that can be implemented in the plugin but cannot promise anything soon…

    That’s ok. I understand.
    Thank You

    Plugin Author RavanH

    @ravanh

    There is however always the possibility to manually add a link to the title of the image…

    Open the image for editing from inside your post in WordPress and copy the content of your Title field to the Alt field and append it like this from (for example)

    My nice image

    to

    My nice image [<a href="http://full.url/path/to/fulsizeimage.jpg" target="_blank">full size</a>]

    which should create a link to full size in a new browser tab.

    Note: If you use WordPress galleries, you need to append the Title field with this link.

    Downside is of course that you will have to do this for each image…

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