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Hi Christian,
On 04/02/2011 20:51, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Sophie,

On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 6:40 PM, Sophie Gautier<>  wrote:
On 04/02/2011 20:22, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 5:42 PM, Sophie Gautier<>

On 04/02/2011 19:35, Sergios T.S.(aka linuxman) wrote:

Hi to all .
Because I can't find the way to make popup window for images using the
Lightbox mode , or some way similar to open big image from small image
with link . [...]

You mean something like that, where you click on the small image?

more something like this:

ok, ok, so it's a matter of boxes :-)

Oh, no, the difference is that with the colorbox page, you stay on the
same site, and the larger/original version of the image is displayed
in a overlay/in-page-popup (did you click on it? or did you disable
javascript? When javascript is disabled, then yes, there is no

Yes, that's it with javascript enable it works as you described now. I understand.

But I don't see what is the difference
(well I was lazy enough to not look at the implementation) but unless the
presentation in line (that may be the boxes) is there differences? And why
is it named colorbox?

colorbox is the name of the specific javascript-popup implementation I did use.
(for why colorbox, see )

thanks for your explanations Christian, I will be less ignorant today :-)

Kind regards

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