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Fancybox - Fancy jQuery lightbox alternative

Fancybox - Fancy jQuery lightbox alternative
FancyBox is a tool for displaying images, html content and multi-media in a Mac-style "lightbox" that floats overtop of web page. It was built using the jQuery library. Licensed under both MIT and GPL licenses Can display images, HTML elements, SWF movies, Iframes and also Ajax requests Customizable through settings and CSS Groups related items and adds navigation. If the mouse wheel plugin is included in the page then FancyBox will respond to mouse wheel events as well Support fancy transitions by using easing plugin Adds a nice drop shadow under the zoomed item Different animations - 'fade', 'elastic' and 'none'

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