If you’ve been following along, you’ve likely seen our FooBox v2 announcement in this post where we discussed the retina display, new themes, and the beta program that are coming soon for FooBox, the best responsive lightbox plugin for WordPress.
In this post we’re going to preview the three most requested features of FooBox. HTML, iFrames and Video.
Here we go…
HTML in a Lightbox
There it is folks. You’re HTML content inside a FooBox lightbox popup. Fully responsive. Fully awesome.
Having the ability to open HTML in a lightbox creates numerous opportunities to create some really cool user experiences.
- Product descriptions
- Signup forms
- User profiles
- Buy buttons and cart checkouts
- Hello? Shortcodes baby!
- well, pretty much anything!
Yep, load any web url into a lightbox in WordPress.
A few cool things you could do:
- Writing an article and referencing some websites? Instead of a boring screenshot, why not load the live site into a FooBox lightbox?
- Want to reference an affiliate product within your page/post? Why not load it right up into a lightbox front and center?
- and so much more…
And that brings us to…DRUM ROLL PLEASE!
Lightbox Video Popup
Boo and Yah!
The best responsive lightbox is about to get incredible. Video capability has been the #1 most requested feature of FooBox since day one and we’re extremely excited to share the screenshot above from our working development site.
Open video in the FooBox lightbox. Fully responsive. Fully shareable. Fully badass.
All of this and more coming soon.