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What image plugin?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by wannabie, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    I have been trying to find a plugin that is normall post size but when you click it pops up over the top of the blog until you close it?
     
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    hey... maybe this could help you! It opens the image in your blog to it´s normal size (it pops out!), but its an wordpress plugin, hope you can use it!

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    [SIZE=2] WP FancyZoom Wordpress Plugin[/SIZE]
    Just type this into google, the first adress! (I wasn´t sure wheater I´m allowed to link, so i´ve done it this way!
     
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    Hmmm thank you but that one also pops to another page, I saw one where if you click it it will hove over the same page
     
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    Code:
    http://granades.com/2006/07/13/how-to-disassemble-a-toilet-in-many-easy-steps/
    This is an example-page for the scirpt (as the autor describes in his WP FancyZoom Article.. It hovers over the same page!
     
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    Sorry your right in the admin bit it selects the path to the plug in but it chooses //http.whatever.com but I removed a slash and sorted!


    Thank you