November 25, 2013 at 9:09 pm #10103AdinaMember
I am trying to add some simple pop up lightboxes to some blog posts on my site.
I just bought your plug in and added the shortcode to this blog post
here’s the shortcode I added:
[wp_lightbox_prettyPhoto_image link=”http://www.napkinmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/educational_marketing_email_acquisition2-486×1024.jpg” description=”Centennial College Email Campaign” source=”http://www.napkinmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/educational_marketing_email_acquisition_thumb1.jpg” title=”Campaign 1″]
The pop up works BUT
since installing the plug in, I have an annoying spinning image – sort a “image loading” type image which appears as an overlay on EVERY page and post of my blog – even the main page:
If you go to my blog you can see it. Can you please tell me what to do to get rid of this?
I’m worried the only way to get rid of this is to de-activate the plug in.November 25, 2013 at 9:29 pm #59224AdinaMember
Problem #2 with Ultimate Lightbox
I understand how to add a single image pop up. But how do I add a Gallery of multiple images, like in:
I tried to do this but the gallery wont display… It just puts my photos on top of each other.
I found the instructions:
I dont understand this part:
You also need to pass the following additional parameter to use this option:
how do I do this?November 25, 2013 at 11:18 pm #59225wpCommerceModerator
Hi, your theme has a built-in fancybox library in it (Version 1.3.4), which is conflicting with the one included by Lightbox Ultimate. Since you are not using the fancybox feature of our plugin you can just disable the fancybox option in the Lightbox Ultimate settings. That will resolve this issue for the time being.
There is one important thing that your theme developer needs to fix. Currently it’s including a very old version of jQuery from a different source:
Please note that WordPress 3.7 comes with jQuery 1.10.2. All plugins and themes are supposed to include this version to maintain WordPress coding standard. The jQuery script also needs to be included using the proper WordPress API:
Image Gallery Issue
We will need to take a closer look at your site to check your setup. I have sent an email to your registered email address for site access. Let me know if you don’t receive it.
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