jQuery Lightbox For Native Galleries - Version 3.0.0

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Plugin Icon wp plugin jQuery Lightbox For Native Galleries
Version 3.0.0
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+ /*
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+ ColorBox Core Style
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+ The following rules are the styles that are consistant between themes.
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+ Avoid changing this area to maintain compatability with future versions of ColorBox.
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+ */
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+ #colorbox, #cboxOverlay, #cboxWrapper{position:absolute; top:0; left:0; z-index:9999; overflow:hidden;}
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+ #cboxOverlay{position:fixed; width:100%; height:100%;}
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+ #cboxMiddleLeft, #cboxBottomLeft{clear:left;}
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+ #cboxContent{position:relative; overflow:hidden;}
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+ #cboxLoadedContent{overflow:auto;}
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+ #cboxLoadedContent iframe{display:block; width:100%; height:100%; border:0;}
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+ #cboxTitle{margin:0;}
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+ #cboxLoadingOverlay, #cboxLoadingGraphic{position:absolute; top:0; left:0; width:100%;}
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+ #cboxPrevious, #cboxNext, #cboxClose, #cboxSlideshow{cursor:pointer;}
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+
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+ /*
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+ Example user style
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+ The following rules are ordered and tabbed in a way that represents the
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+ order/nesting of the generated HTML, so that the structure easier to understand.
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+ */
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+ #cboxOverlay{background:url(images/overlay.png) 0 0 repeat;}
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+ #colorbox{}
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+ #cboxTopLeft{width:21px; height:21px; background:url(images/controls.png) -100px 0 no-repeat;}
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+ #cboxTopRight{width:21px; height:21px; background:url(images/controls.png) -129px 0 no-repeat;}
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+ #cboxBottomLeft{width:21px; height:21px; background:url(images/controls.png) -100px -29px no-repeat;}
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+ #cboxBottomRight{width:21px; height:21px; background:url(images/controls.png) -129px -29px no-repeat;}
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+ #cboxMiddleLeft{width:21px; background:url(images/controls.png) left top repeat-y;}
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+ #cboxMiddleRight{width:21px; background:url(images/controls.png) right top repeat-y;}
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+ #cboxTopCenter{height:21px; background:url(images/border.png) 0 0 repeat-x;}
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+ #cboxBottomCenter{height:21px; background:url(images/border.png) 0 -29px repeat-x;}
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+ #cboxContent{background:#fff;}
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+ #cboxLoadedContent{margin-bottom:28px;}
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+ #cboxTitle{position:absolute; bottom:3px; left:0; text-align:center; width:100%; color:#949494;}
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+ #cboxCurrent{position:absolute; bottom:3px; left:58px; color:#949494;}
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+ #cboxSlideshow{position:absolute; bottom:3px; right:30px; color:#0092ef;}
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+ #cboxPrevious{position:absolute; bottom:0; left:0px; background:url(images/controls.png) -75px 0px no-repeat; width:25px; height:25px; text-indent:-9999px;}
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+ #cboxPrevious.hover{background-position:-75px -25px;}
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+ #cboxNext{position:absolute; bottom:0; left:27px; background:url(images/controls.png) -50px 0px no-repeat; width:25px; height:25px; text-indent:-9999px;}
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+ #cboxNext.hover{background-position:-50px -25px;}
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+ #cboxLoadingOverlay{background:url(images/loading_background.png) center center no-repeat;}
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+ #cboxLoadingGraphic{background:url(images/loading.gif) center center no-repeat;}
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+ #cboxClose{position:absolute; bottom:0; right:0; background:url(images/controls.png) -25px 0px no-repeat; width:25px; height:25px; text-indent:-9999px;}
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+ #cboxClose.hover{background-position:-25px -25px;}
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+
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+ /*
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+ The following fixes png-transparency for IE6.
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+ It is also necessary for png-transparency in IE7 & IE8 to avoid 'black halos' with the fade transition
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+
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+ Since this method does not support CSS background-positioning, it is incompatible with CSS sprites.
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+ Colorbox preloads navigation hover classes to account for this.
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+
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+ !! Important Note: AlphaImageLoader src paths are relative to the HTML document,
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+ while regular CSS background images are relative to the CSS document.
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+ */
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+ .cboxIE #cboxTopLeft{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderTopLeft.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxTopCenter{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderTopCenter.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxTopRight{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderTopRight.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxBottomLeft{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderBottomLeft.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxBottomCenter{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderBottomCenter.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxBottomRight{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderBottomRight.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxMiddleLeft{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderMiddleLeft.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ .cboxIE #cboxMiddleRight{background:transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src=images/internet_explorer/borderMiddleRight.png, sizingMethod='scale');}
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+ /* ColorBox v1.3.1 - a full featured, light-weight, customizable lightbox based on jQuery 1.3 */
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jquery-lightbox-for-native-galleries.php CHANGED
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Plugin Name: jQuery Lightbox For Native Galleries
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Plugin URI: http://www.viper007bond.com/wordpress-plugins/jquery-lightbox-for-native-galleries/
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- Description: Makes the native WordPress galleries introduced in WordPress 2.5 use <a href="http://plugins.jquery.com/project/jquerylightbox_bal">jQuery Lightbox by balupton</a> to display the fullsize images.
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- Version: 1.1.0
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Author: Viper007Bond
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Author URI: http://www.viper007bond.com/
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- **************************************************************************
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-
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- Copyright (C) 2008 Viper007Bond
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- This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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- the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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- (at your option) any later version.
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- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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- GNU General Public License for more details.
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**************************************************************************/
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class jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries {
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// Plugin initialization
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function jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries() {
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- if ( is_admin() || !function_exists('plugins_url') ) return;
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- wp_enqueue_script( 'jquery-lightbox', plugins_url('/jquery-lightbox-for-native-galleries/jquery_lightbox/js/jquery.lightbox.packed.js?ie6_upgrade=false'), array('jquery'), '1.3.1-rc1' );
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add_action( 'wp_head', array(&$this, 'wp_head') );
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- function wp_head() {
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?>
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Plugin Name: jQuery Lightbox For Native Galleries
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Plugin URI: http://www.viper007bond.com/wordpress-plugins/jquery-lightbox-for-native-galleries/
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+ Description: Makes the native WordPress galleries use a lightbox script called <a href="http://colorpowered.com/colorbox/">ColorBox</a> to display the fullsize images.
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+ Version: 3.0.0
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class jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries {
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// Plugin initialization
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function jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries() {
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+ if ( is_admin() || !function_exists('plugins_url') )
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+ return;
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+ wp_enqueue_script( 'colorbox', plugins_url( 'colorbox/jquery.colorbox-min.js', __FILE__ ), array( 'jquery' ), '1.3.1' );
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+ wp_enqueue_style( 'jcolorbox', plugins_url( 'colorbox/colorbox.css', __FILE__ ), array(), '1.3.1', 'screen' );
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+ function wp_head() { ?>
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+ <!-- jQuery Lightbox For Native Galleries v3.0.0 | http://www.viper007bond.com/wordpress-plugins/jquery-lightbox-for-native-galleries/ -->
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+ <script type="text/javascript">
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+ // <![CDATA[
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+ jQuery(document).ready(function($){
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+ $(".gallery").each(function(index, obj){
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+ $(obj).find("a").colorbox({rel:$(obj).attr("id"), maxWidth:"100%", maxHeight:"100%"});
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+ });
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+ });
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+ // ]]>
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+ </script>
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+ <?php
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}
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+ // Start the plugin up
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+ function jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries() {
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+ global $jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries;
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+ $jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries = new jQueryLightboxForNativeGalleries();
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+ }
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?>
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- /**
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- * jQuery Lightbox Plugin (balupton edition) - Lightboxes for jQuery
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- * Copyright (C) 2008 Benjamin Arthur Lupton
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- * http://jquery.com/plugins/project/jquerylightbox_bal
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- *
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- * Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
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- * under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2
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- * or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation;
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- * with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover
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- * Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled "GNU
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- * Free Documentation License".
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- *
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- * @name jquery_lightbox: jquery.lightbox.js
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- * @package jQuery Lightbox Plugin (balupton edition)
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- * @version 1.2.1-final
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- * @date August 1, 2008
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- * @category jQuery plugin
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- * @author Benjamin "balupton" Lupton {@link http://www.balupton.com}
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- * @copyright (c) 2008 Benjamin Arthur Lupton {@link http://www.balupton.com}
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- * @license GNU Free Documentation License - {@link http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html}
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- * @example Visit {@link http://jquery.com/plugins/project/jquerylightbox_bal} for more information.
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- */
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- Installation:
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- Upload the jquery_lightbox directory to somewhere on your webserver, then include the following into your webpages html head:
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- <!-- Include jQuery (Lightbox Requirement) -->
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- <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery_lightbox/js/jquery-1.2.6.pack.js"></script>
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- <!-- Include Lightbox (Production) -->
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- <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery_lightbox/js/jquery.lightbox.packed.js"></script>
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- adjusting the src locations appropriately.
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- Usage:
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- Refer to (index.xhtml) or (http://www.balupton.com/sandbox/jquery_lightbox/) if (index.xhtml) does not exist.
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- For more information:
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- Refer to the source code of (index.xhtml) or (http://www.balupton.com/sandbox/jquery_lightbox/) if (index.xhtml) does not exist.
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- Support:
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- http://plugins.jquery.com/project/issues/jquerylightbox_bal
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- Options:
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- Name: colorBlend
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- Description: Should we support colorBlend?
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- Values: null (default) - Enabled only if colorBlend is already detected
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- true - Include colorBlend and enable
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- false - Don't support colorBlend
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- Description: Should we support IE6
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- Values: true (default) - Support IE6
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- Name: ie6_upgrade
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- Description: Should we show an IE6 upgrade message for IE6 users
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- Values: true (default) - Yes
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- false - No
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- Name: show_linkback
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- Description: Show or hide the linkback up the top right corner
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- Values: true (default) - Show the linkback
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- Name: scroll
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- Description: How should scrolling be handled?
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- Values: "follow" (default) - Scroll with the user
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- string - A string of the manual baseurl to use
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- Name: files
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- Description: The javascript object that contains the locations of the requred files,
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- Name: text
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- Description: The javascript object that contains the text of various parts of the interface,
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- There are two methods, one is through the link form, and the other is through the constructor.
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- v1.3.0-rc1 (August 24, 2008)
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- - Added colorBlend support, so if used, the background-color of the overlay will be that of the image.
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- colorBlend's page: http://plugins.jquery.com/project/colorBlend
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- - IE6 support is now back
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- - Resize and reposition code has been redone, along with some of the showImage code.
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- - Many more tweaks and changes, this is a huge release.
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- v1.2.1-final (August 1, 2008)
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- - Made it easier to apply options.files - No longer have to modifiy the js location within the jquery.lightbox.js file
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- reported by dec: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/3191
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- - Fixed safari CSS bug
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- reported by rgnelson and noYet: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/3254 , http://plugins.jquery.com/node/3314
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- - Fixed XP IE7 double flash bug
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- reported by sashabe and sheshnjak: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1804
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- v1.2.0-final (July 11, 2008)
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- - Added support for the following options:
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- ['baseurl', 'files', 'text', 'show_linkback', 'keys', 'opacity', 'padding', 'speed', 'rel', 'auto_relify', 'scroll_with']
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- - Can specify options like so:
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- jquery_lightbox/js/jquery.lightbox.js?show_linkback=false&amp;text.image=Translation%20of%20Image
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- - Added the ability for the "show" handler, for details see:
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- http://plugins.jquery.com/node/3103
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- - Added the option scroll_with, when true, the lightbox will scroll with the page, to use:
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- - Cut support for IE6 due to my belief that the IE6 userbase do not care for lightboxes.
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- If you do wish for lightboxes to be enabled for IE6 users, then use v1.0.1-final.
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- Users of IE6 will have lightboxes disabled, and be shown a upgrade message courtesy of
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- http://www.savethedevelopers.org/
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- - Added support for name attribute in images array.
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- v1.1.2-final (May 04, 2008)
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- - Fixed imported css never caching
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- v1.1.1-final (April 07, 2008)
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- - Smoothed effects, especially initial lightbox show effect
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- v1.1.0-final (April 06, 2008)
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- - Added ability to remove the linkback (add "?show_linkback=false")
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- http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1348
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- - Added ability to manually specify the baseurl
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- reported by crollmm: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1878
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- - Fixed overlay problem not resizing correctly (fixed by adding position:fixed;)
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- reported by pendergrass: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1330
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- - Fixed a new lightbox not displaying in center when the old lightbox contained a image of the same size
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- reported by pendergrass: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1331
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- - Fixed escape key not working in opera
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- reported by FredXY: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1883
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- v1.0.1-final
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- * Includes an improvement to the baseurl calculation for the auto-include of required files
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- * Now works under special circumstances for when an appendix is included to the js file, such as wordpress installations.
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- * Credits to Pedro "ei99070" Lamas for the fix: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1199
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- v1.0.0-final
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- * Improved Lightbox Positioning, now animates to the center of the screen
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- * Updated prev next images to include notation for keyboard shortcuts
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- * Added preloading of lightbox required images
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- * Added keyboard navigation notation to prev and next images
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- * Fixed an overlay problem with IE
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- * Fixed an overlay problem with Safari
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- * Improved padding detection
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- * - If the padding setting is set, then it is not auto-detected
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- * - Moved padding detection to later on, fixes a display issue with Konqueror 3.5. (Credits to Blueyed).
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- * Added some "help" text
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- * Cleaned file structure
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- * Refined licencing
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- * - Now uses the GNU Affero General Public License and the GNU Free Documentation License
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- * Added a linkback as required by the GNU Affero General Public License
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- * improved packing
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- * - original: 35.71KB total, 25.4KB js, 4.77KB css, 5.54KB images
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- * - packed: 15.12KB total, 7.67KB js, 1.91KB css, 5.54KB images
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- * htm: fix: changed src to href in common examples
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- * js: fixed issue when using the same images in a lightbox group
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- * js/css: added lightbox-enabled css class for elements that are lightbox enabled
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- * sample images: reduced the amount of them, as they used up all my bandwidth!
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- * added packed files
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- * - original: 35.71KB total, 25.4KB js, 4.77KB css, 5.54KB images
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- * - packed: 20.15KB total, 12.7KB js, 1.91KB css, 5.54KB images
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- * js: jsLint compliance
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- * htm: added info for packed form
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- * index.htm: Fixed demonstration code for example "Manually create grouped lightboxes.".
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- * Greedy elements are now properly hidden
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- * New / Optimized Lightbox Design
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- * Added support for descriptions
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- * All new example and documentation page
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- * Initial Release
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- See: http://plugins.jquery.com/node/1392
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- Special Thanks / Based upon / Inspired by / Credits to:
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- - Warren Krewenki's jQuery Lightbox Plugin v0.5 {@link http://jquery-lightbox.googlecode.com/}
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- - Leandro Vieira Pinho's jQuery Lightbox Plugin v0.4 {@link http://leandrovieira.com/projects/jquery/lightbox/}
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- - Lokesh Dhakar's Lightbox 2 {@link http://www.huddletogether.com/projects/lightbox2/}
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readme.txt CHANGED
@@ -3,13 +3,14 @@ Contributors: Viper007Bond
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Donate link: http://www.viper007bond.com/donate/
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Tags: lightbox, jquery, gallery
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Requires at least: 2.6
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- Makes the native WordPress galleries introduced in WordPress 2.5 use jQuery Lightbox by balupton to display the fullsize images.
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== Description ==
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- Makes the native WordPress galleries introduced in WordPress 2.5 use [jQuery Lightbox by balupton](http://plugins.jquery.com/project/jquerylightbox_bal) to display the fullsize images.
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**Demo**
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###Installing The Plugin###
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- Extract all files from the ZIP file, making sure to keep the file structure intact, and then upload it to `/wp-content/plugins/`.
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- - plugins
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- | jquery-lightbox-for-native-galleries.php
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- | readme.txt
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- - jquery_lightbox
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- | COPYING.txt
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- | FDL.txt
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- | readme.txt
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- - css
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- | jquery.lightbox.css
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- | jquery.lightbox.packed.css
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- - images
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- | blank.gif
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- | loading.gif
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- | next.gif
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- | prev.gif
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- - js
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- | jquery.lightbox.packed.js`
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**See Also:** ["Installing Plugins" article on the WP Codex](http://codex.wordpress.org/Managing_Plugins#Installing_Plugins)
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== ChangeLog ==
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**Version 1.1.0**
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* Update jquery_lightbox package. It now supports resizing images that are too large as well as not disabling IE6 support.
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Donate link: http://www.viper007bond.com/donate/
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Tags: lightbox, jquery, gallery
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Requires at least: 2.6
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+ Tested up to: 2.8
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Stable tag: trunk
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+ Makes the native WordPress galleries use a lightbox to display the fullsize images.
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== Description ==
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+ Makes the native WordPress galleries use a lightbox to display the fullsize images. The lightbox used in this plugin is currently the [jQuery lightBox plugin by Leandro Vieira Pinho](http://leandrovieira.com/projects/jquery/lightbox/).
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**See Also:** ["Installing Plugins" article on the WP Codex](http://codex.wordpress.org/Managing_Plugins#Installing_Plugins)
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+ **Version 3.0.0**
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+ * Switch the awesome [ColorBox](http://colorpowered.com/colorbox/). It looks pretty and does large image resizing. Yay!
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+ **Version 2.0.1**
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+ * Remove an extra comma that was breaking stupid Internet Explorer. Props [Troy](http://troycawley.com/).
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+ **Version 2.0.0**
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+ * Switched lightbox scripts as I was unhappy with the previous one.
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