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What is it?
Have you ever had a DOM element that you wanted lightboxed, but didn’t want all the fanciness of all the lightbox-related plug-ins out there? Lightbox_me is for you.
Lightbox_me is an essential tool for the jQuery developer’s toolbox. Feed it a DOM element wrapped in a jQuery object and it will lightbox it for you, no muss no fuss.
Lightbox_me handles all of those annoying edge cases that other lightbox solutions do not:
Handles overlay resize when the window is resized
Handles overlay size in cases where the document is smaller than the window
Handles position: fixed in all browsers
Position: fixed automatically swaps to position: absolute when the window size is smaller than the modal, so the user can scroll to see the contents
In addition it’s got these other nice features:
Tiny footprint (just over 1000 bytes gzipped & compressed)
Small DOM overhead (adds 1 DOM element for the overlay)
Dynamic iFrame shim is created and destroyed for the IE 6 select box peek issue (tested and working on https pages)
Supports IE 6+, Firefox 2.5+, Safari, Chrome (haven’t tested in Opera yet)
Include jQuery and lightbox_me in your web page, then invoke lightbox_me on a jQuery object:
$(domobj).lightbox_me(); or $("#id").lightbox_me();
This will lightbox the DOM element immediately. Typically you would put this code inside the click handler of another element.
This is a typical use-case for a modal: a sign in sheet. Create the sign in sheet in your document, then set it to display: none;, then attach a click handler to the item you want to invoke the sign in sheet: