Wonder Lightbox is a WordPress plugin to open images, videos, PDF files, HTML contents in a lightbox popup. This tutorial will guide you how to track the lightbox open events with Google Analytics.
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This tutorial will show you how to show content created with a shortcode in a WordPress lightbox by using the plugin Wonder Lightbox.
There are two ways to show content created with a shortcode in a lightbox:
In WonderPlugin Carousel, when you click on a thumbnail in the carousel, by default, it will open a lightbox galley which includes all images/videos in the current carousel.
I’m using my site a plugin that allows me to query the database and show results without requiring to code… I can also filter results based on search queries…
I’m using the lightbox in one page that uses such a filter/query. When I set my plugin to reload the entire page, it works fine (though pretty slow since there’s a lot of data), but if I filter using AJAX (i.e. the results are filtered without reloading the page), then the click event on the links that trigger the lightbox are removed… Therefore, after the first search/filter, the images are not clickable anymore…
Is there a way to prevent this (the click event from being removed)?
If the issue is caused by Ajax loading of the WordPress theme, please view the following tutorial: WordPress lightbox and Ajax loading WordPress themes
I am setting up the Lightbox for Video Commercial version on a clients' site and wondered if there was any way to change the default size?
The Lightbox is responsive but comes in at 960x540 default.
You can use data tag data-width and data-height to change the default size, for example:
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/embed/YE7VzlLtp-4" class="wplightbox" title="Big Buck Bunny Copyright Blender Foundation" data-width="1024" data-height="576">YouTube Lightbox</a>