FancyBox is written and maintained on the website fancyapps.com. All credits go to the original creators of FancyBox. If you like FancyBox, you can donate. Please do not donate to us, but to creators of FancyBox instead.
All work of FancyBox itself is the work of Janis Skarnelis, and holds his copyright.
Note that the license of the Fancybox v2 library (included with our plugin-version 1.3.0 and later) is free for non-commercial use. If you want to use Fancybox as a company, you are asked to pay a fee. See the Fancybox project site for more details.
Yireo requires you no additional fee to run Fancybox in Joomla!.
So, the FancyBox was primarily designed to work with MageBridge, but it might serve other purposes as well.
The plugin is ment for webdesigners and therefor requires knowledge of HTML. Within the plugin parameters you can find the following options:
Instead of relying on specific HTML markup like a rel-attribute (which is used by many other modal effects), the FancyBox plugin allows you to configure specific HTML elements. You'll need to review your own HTML source-code to see which elements should be identified. In most cases, the FancyBox-effect needs an anchor-tag with a title and a link to be activated:
a.lightbox, a.product_image, a#my_image, a.simplelists_link, a[rel=lightbox]
For each element, a new jQuery-line is added to the source-code of the page.
Within the plugin settings, you can also find the following advanced parameters: