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(8 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v2)

This worked beautifully.  Thanks!

Steven Speirs wrote:

If you simply want to open a complete gallery in a lightbox-style pop-up/overlay (rather than open an image via the showOpenButton option) as 'john givens' has done above with AutoViewer, then this can be easily achieved by using a script such as Shadowbox.

(1) Download Shadowbox and unzip the package into the same directory as your main HTML page.
(2) Copy the following code into the <head> section of your main HTML page.

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="shadowbox.css">
<script type="text/javascript" src="shadowbox.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
Shadowbox.init();
</script>

(3) Create a SimpleViewer gallery (for example using svBuilder) and upload the complete gallery folder (not just the contents) to your web server.
(4) Link to the gallery's HTML index page using the rel="shadowbox" attribute, eg.

<a href="gallery_folder/index.html" rel="shadowbox">Click here to open the gallery using Shadowbox.</a>

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(31 replies, posted in AutoViewer-Pro)

i would also love to see a non-flash version of autoviewer.  after reading the comments on this thread, i went ahead and spent several hours adapting simpleviewer for the mobile version of my website.  it looks pretty good but i prefer the look of autoviewer (specifically, the greyed out images on the left and right).  i will say though that i prefer simpleviewer's option to launch the full screen version.  it looks great on an ipad. 

for anyone interested, check out the finished product: burmeisterphotography.com

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(2 replies, posted in AutoViewer-Pro)

third!  i love both viewers but would love to have the option to launch autoviewer into full screen mode.  currently using simpleviewer for the mobile version of my website (and autoviewer for the main version) and the full screen option looks amazing on an ipad.  i would love to give non mobile users the same option.