Lightbox JS

Lightbox JS is a simple, unobtrusive script used to to overlay images on the current page. It’s a snap to setup and supposedly works on all modern browsers. Check it out and tell me what you think?

By Thomas Chapin

24 year old guy (as of 09/24/2007) who has been in the design business since the age of 11. First corporate web site created at the age of 13. Worked at DSBWorldWide, Inc. for 9 years. Moved to Arizona in November of 2005 to be a business partner/web developer at Tornado Design.

3 replies on “Lightbox JS”

I stumbled upon this a couple of weeks ago, and I really feel it’s a way to add a huge dimmension of professionalism to a gallery; however, I haven’t personally tested it in all modern browsers, so i guess I’ll have to take the author’s word.

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