Transform your standard galleries into an immersive full-screen experience without requiring you to connect to WordPress.com
Thanks for forking this into it's own plugin. I wanted the gallery functionality anad see no reason for the plugin bloat brought about by the full Jetpack install. This works great in conjunction with Tiled Galleries Without Jetpack! Awesome stuff!
Thank you very much for this plugin. I like it.
I wonder if a light transparent background would work as well.
Every time I need a lightbox type gallery, but do not see the reason to install full Jetpack, I use this one!
Nicely done. @bkjproductions thanks for pointing me to the settings section, you're right, it makes sense but you saved me time by finding it quickly.
I was seeking a plugin that would allow for a lightbox effect on a theme that does now have PrettyPhoto built in. Our client is using the Twenty Thirteen theme and I noticed on the preview of the theme they use this plugin. We will be searching for a new plugin however because of the lack of options to either remove and/or monitor comments on the photos. This is a big downfall for the app. Otherwise looks great and easy to set up.
I really liked this plugin at first and I think for everyone else on the WordPress planet, it will probably work just fine.
As of WP 3.9 and this plugin 0.7.2, I found:
If you have made any modifications of your own to the comment form (eg: removed the "website" field and such), this plugin will not respect that. It displays the default comments form.
For sites that allow comments without logging in, it displays the word "False" in front of everyone's name, even if they did log in. I don't know what's up with that
It does not work in Opera. Not a huge deal if you're not catering to the Unix world, but should be noted.
However, it behaved itself under Multisite, which snowboard mommy always enjoys, so I cannot give it a bad rating.
Hope that helps!
I didn't have to do anything except activate this, and bingo, it works!
Settings for this are in "Settings: Media" in case you can't find them easily (makes sense if you think about it).
Exactly as the user aaronfuzion has described, I had similar results. Just a black/dark overlay with no images and no ability to go back without using the browsers back button. I tested this on a new WP installation using a custom child theme that was very very clean. I probably won't be bothering with this plugin ever again, luckily I only spent about 5 minutes on it and moved on.
I am developing a custom version of someone else's theme. This plugin brings up the black overlay but doesn't display any pictures. Also, it won't close and return to the main page.
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