Hi, is there an easy way to implement a "close" link within a shadowbox window?
some users have trouble finding the small "x" on the lower-right to close the shadow box window. I would like an option to insert a "close window" link within the shadowbox window itself, perhaps at the top of the page to help users understand that they can also close the window by clicking this link.
In addition to specifying text, it would be pretty great if there was an option to decide on a different corner of the box.
Maybe this requires a little shuffling on the title also, but in keeping consistent with application windows, top left and top right are more likely places for a user to look for that "close" functionality.
And come to think of it, allowing the title below the main box might make sense too. A lot of what shadowbox is used for is images, right? Flickr and newspapers tend to put captions below pictures.
The defaults aren't radically wacky, but do seem a bit non-standard. It would be great to have an easier time at changing them.
Users typically expect that clicking on the image itself would close the overlay (I think this quite a natural expectation). The cross for closing is very small, so hard to find and quite annoying to hit it when looking at several images - therefore it would be really great to have an option available to turn this on/off!
Unfortunately, I couldn't get the 'onClick' working in the image definition itself as it was proposed.
Are there maybe any other ideas how to close the image-overlay by clicking directly on the image itself? Many thanks for any hints, Andy
Has there been any other fixes posted anywhere to this - or other suggestions to try? I'm running ShadowBox 3.0.3.
Agree with that. Is it possible to close shadowbox on mouse click over youtube clip ?? I'm spending a lot of hours trying to find any solution for this but without success. Is this possible with shadowbox?