How To Use FooBox Settings To Customize Your Images

FooBox settings and themes let you customize images

FooBox is a responsive image lightbox. It allows you to open images, forms or other custom html code in a lightbox that automatically adjusts to the size of your screen. The¬†FooBox PRO¬†settings and themes allow you to customize your images to create a unique look and feel. Here’s a guide to using these settings. FooBox Settings To access the settings for FooBox PRO, find FooBox in your WordPress menu, hover on this and then select Settings. Alternatively, click on FooBox and select the Look & Feel tab. The settings that you select will apply to any of the images that … Read more…

FooBox Update – Version 2.3.2.10

FooBox WordPress Lightbox

We’ve just updated our FooBox Media Lightbox plugin with the following feature additions and updates. You should see this update become available in your plugins listing in the next 24 hours. —————————- * Fixed duplicate image settings when image protection enabled and captions disabled 2014.10.14 – version 2.3.2.9 —————————- * Fixed slideshow timeout when decimal is used * Metro theme update to support sticky, full and hover buttons * Makes relative URL’s absolute 2014.10.08 – version 2.3.2.8 —————————- * License Nag message to only show on plugins page and FooBox settings page * Fixed FaceBook feed dialog URL change * … Read more…

How to Enlarge Thumbnails in the Media Library

Media Thumbnail Enlarger Before and After

Our friend Nick Ciske has recently released the Media Thumbnail Enlarger plugin for free on the WordPress repository. What This Plugin Does This plugin increases the size of the media library thumbnails seen when viewing your WordPress Media Library page. By default, it uses the thumbnail size as determined in your WordPress Media Settings. This is typically 150×150. You can also set a custom Media Library Thumbnail size by using a simple image size code snippet in your theme’s functions.php file, which is probably where this plugin will be most useful. add_image_size( ‘mte_thumbnail’, 300, 300, true ); …or whatever size … Read more…