Doesn't work at all for me. Opens the images as it should, but then clicking on the overlay does nothing (even when set to do so), and the close X button is hidden somewhere off the page. I can only find it via Firefox's property inspector.
I tried to use this plugin. but it gives an error on my console
Uncaught TypeError: jQuery(...).fancybox is not a function(anonymous function) @ ?preview=true:135k @ jquery.js?ver=4.4.2:2l.fireWith @ jquery.js?ver=4.4.2:2p.extend.ready @ jquery.js?ver=4.4.2:2D @ jquery.js?ver=4.4.2:2
NOTE: there is only a single error in console.
Bizarrely this plugin works, if a little quaintly old fashioned (but hey we can all hack CSS) in Safari but not in Chrome or Firefox - it's broken, the overlay is all over the place.
A little poking at the background code reveals images for drop shadows - come on. This is 2015, don't we use CSS3 now with some kind of fallback not, apparently, addressing IE 6.
All in all it lasted around 30 minutes in my theme, 30 minutes I'll never get back.
Most settings are bundled with "More options" link (which should read "Get pro version"). And that would be understandable on important functionality features, but on styling options? For crying out loud, you're featuring an open source library you didn't create and selling the border-radius property?
How cheap can you get?
the plugin doesnt works in my 3.5.1.
I dont see any option in the media section:(
just awful the animation !
don't work with a gallery only images
After first initialising the plugin there are loads of 'Undefined index' notices. I started trying to fix it myself but there are too many. I suggets you develop with wp_debug on.
...and leaves all db options behind on uninstall
this one seems to work better...
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