Support » Plugin: Facebook Album » Thumnbails look and Lightbox implementation

  • Resolved Andrea Sciamanna


    I don’t seem to find an answer here, so I’ll post my question.

    I don’t like the look of thumbnails, mostly because it doesn’t match the look of the site: how can I show thumbnails without this fading effect in the borders?

    Honestly I don’t understand why you implemented this styling.
    I believe a plugin should play with the front-end styles at all (unless when strictly necessary): this would avoid any style conflict with the active theme.

    I’m afraid you’re going to suggest to tweak the CSS, rather than adding an option in the plugin.

    Also, I see you’re using ColorBox: any chance you will give an option to use LightBox? It’s the plugin used in for all other images in the site. Besides the fact that I don’t like ColorBox, it just load an additional javascript, while it could load the same javascript loaded elsewhere (well, at least if you properly enqueue it).


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  • Plugin Author mglaman


    Honestly I don’t understand why you implemented this styling.

    The CSS is the same that Facebook uses. Modify the plugin to not use the CSS and make your own. This is free, and built in spare time.

    You can gladly donate $75 and I will add this option.

    If you’d read through the settings there is a way to turn off the bundled ColorBox so you may implement other lightbox libraries. Then alter your theme to execute on the class ‘cboxElement’.

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