sekFancyBox 1.0.3-pl

sekFancyBox 1.0.3-pl

Released Feb 01, 2012 by insomnix

Create modal windows quickly and easily with this customizable modal window using the fancyBox2 library. sekFancyBox supports inline display, iframes to display pages from other sites, text and html docs from your own site, or just the standard jpg image popup. I have tested in Revo 2.1 and 2.2. It may run in older versions.

I created this addon in the attempt to have a consistent modal popup window throughout my websites. I have started a new thread in the forum for feedback and help at http://forums.modx.com/thread/73863/support-comments-for-sekfancybox-0-0-beta. The documentation can be found at http://rtfm.modx.com/display/ADDON/sekFancyBox

fancyBox can be downloaded directly from http://fancyapps.com/fancybox/

Note: from the fancyBox website:

"fancyBox licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 license. You are free to use fancyBox for your personal or non-profit website projects. You can get the author's permission to use fancyBox for commercial websites by paying a fee."

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Downloads: 2,444
License: GPLv2-fancyApps2.0 CC3
Requires Revolution 2.1.x or greater
Compatible up to Revolution 2.2.x
Supports mysql,sqlsrv

sekFancyBox is a easy to use modal window designed for consistency across an entire website, but simple enough to drop on a single page.

Version 1.0.0 added several fancyBox options to make customizing the modal window easier. Several new system settings created to set global options. Also added a method to return javascript so fancyBox can be used within custom javascript code.

Installation Instructions

Display inline is default behavior:

[[sekfancybox? &link=`uniquename` &linktext=`Text to display as link` &title=`optional, displays under modal` &text=`Text that will display in the modal window.` &modalwidth=`optional, default is 400` &header=`optional, Displays at top of modal window`]]

Define type as iframe to display website within your own site:

[[sekfancybox? &type=`iframe` &linktext=`SEKNet Solutions` &link=`http://www.seknetsolutions.com`]]

Define type as document to display a file within your own site ( can be htm, or even txt file):

[[sekfancybox? &type=`document` &linktext=`document` &link=`[[~19]]`]]

Define type as media to display images or even flash:

[[sekfancybox? &type=`media`  &linktext=`` &link=`assets/image.jpg`]]

[[sekfancybox? &type=`media`  &linktext=`SWF File` &link=`http://www.adobe.com/jp/events/cs3_web_edition_tour/swfs/perform.swf`]]

I will post more information about additional properties soon.

Added a custom CSS settings to make managing css easier. Updated the fancybox js files and added latest version of jquery to the addon. Also added fancyBox options to make customization easier.