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Bootstrap 3 Lightbox. Install Grab the latest CSS / JS files from the CDN: Or, with bower: bower install ekko-lightbox --save Or, download the files directly: Place this near on your page, probably near the end of the body section: $(document).on('click', '[data-toggle="lightbox"]', function(event) { event.preventDefault(); $(this).ekkoLightbox(); }); Then simply add data-toggle to your anchor tags. Obviously, you need Bootstrap. Options Options are passed down to the modal object so you can also use any of the original modal options. Pass the options to the calling function as an object, or set defaults using $.fn.ekkoLightbox.defaults (excluding modal default options, notable: title, footer, remote) The following options are specified per element.

Events Events can be hooked into, set the the same as options above. Examples Thanks to for the images. Single Image Image Gallery Limit Image Size Videos YouTube. Bootstrap Image Gallery with Responsive Masonry Grid. Jaegar It's a good program to do small projects with, like maybe a landing page, but there are several items that still need to be fixed before anyone can actually use it for a full website. There are too many issues that are occurring which require people to have to use an html editor to go fix them manually. Things that would a nice addition: To add a media gallery, the same as the photo gallery.

So that people can have a small media galley for you tube, etc.Being able to resize items so that you can add more than one item per section ( for example if someone wanted to add a photo next to the contact form. You can resize the contact form to add a photo box next to it.)More mobile menusEither a ruler or grid line so people can see if they are going out of the viewing area when the site goes live. being able to import bootstrap / html templates so you can use the items from those templates Thank You. Theresia More parameters would be fine: - adjust the alignment of the logo as well 5. 6. Bootstrap Slider / carousel with thumbnail navigation. Freelancer - One Page Theme - Start Bootstrap. All Free Bootstrap Themes & Templates - Start Bootstrap. How to Customize the Default Bootstrap Style, the Right Way - BootstrapBay.

If you take a look at the source code of some of your favourite websites, we wouldn’t be surprised if you found common elements of the Bootstrap framework being put to use. As Bootstrap is arguably the most popular front-end framework for web development, many designers and developers employ the framework for rapid responsive development. But why do some of these sites look nothing like the default Bootstrap theme? Quite simply, additional CSS stylesheets were added or the default Bootstrap stylesheets were modified (let’s disregard LESS or SASS for the sake of this tutorial). In this short tutorial, we’ll show you how to do this in a manner that is clean, easy to maintain, and allows you to update to future versions of Bootstrap without breaking your custom styles (providing that the update is minor). Let’s begin. Add a Custom Stylesheet Create a new file in your Bootstrap CSS folder and call it custom.css.

Applying Custom Styles Conclusion.