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Thickbox 3.1

Jun 09, 2009, 07:31 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Arpan Dhandhania)

"Thickbox supports the usual stuff, such as displaying a single photo or an album of photos. In the case of an album, it doesn't ship with transitions between photos nor does it provide a slideshow mode. Therefore, you need to code the transition that you want to use. Is this a feature? I think so! This is an epitome of "less is more". Since Thickbox isn't tied to any one transition, it allows me to use any and as many transitions as I like.

"Several implementations of Lightbox support displaying inline content. So does Thickbox. Click here for an example. Thickbox goes beyond the usual and can be used to display modal dialog boxes. I don't think the use of modal boxes in a web application needs any justification. Click here for an example of modal box."

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