We must be careful if we don’t want to make HTML5 look bad.
December 6th 2011
There are some thing we all know we must never do with a technology. For example, we all know we must not do a welcome page in flash anymore, we also know that little animated gif envelopes are banned from contact forms. These examples have done nothing more than give us content to mock at […]
Tutorial: Open prettyPhoto from an image map.
April 19th 2011
Here’s one question that keeps coming back and here’s the ultimate guide to open prettyPhoto from an image map. The solution is really easy and pretty straightforward but let me break it up for you to make sure it’s clear. Demo »Other tutorials »prettyPhoto page » The setup The setup required to open prettyPhoto from […]
prettyPhoto 3.1.1: Deeplinking, social sharing, win
April 13th 2011
Here’s yet another update that I’m quite proud of. This version introduces 2 new features. Project Page »Support forums » First new feature, deeplinking From now on, every time a prettyPhoto window is opened, the url will be updated. That means that you will be able to share a link to a specific picture. Just […]
prettyPhoto 3.1: New theme and ajax support
March 31st 2011
Here’s yet another update to prettyPhoto. It’s quite a big one too, I’ve decided to change the default theme and add ajax support…finally. The theme is a collaboration between Orman Clark and Christian Budsched (Kriesi). I just saw it being used in a WordPress theme and found it so nice that I had to make […]
INK is ready for prime time!
March 17th 2011
Lots has changed since I’ve released the plugin last week. I’ve added bunch of functionnality, made sure the users are able to disable it, fixed some layout bugs. In short, I worked a lot on it! I now get the feeling it’s ready for primetime, I’ll start promoting it around and see what the response […]
Introducing: INK – Own your content
March 11th 2011
prettyPhoto 3.0.2: Much needed bug fixes
March 7th 2011
I know, I haven’t been really active lately, but don’t worry I was working on prettyPhoto for the past several months. This new version does not boast any new feature (*sad face*), but it does contains a lot of bug fixes. It is a recommended update for anyone running prettyPhoto on their site. Where can […]
December 1st 2010
I live and work in a bilingual environment and most of the things I work on needs to be localized. While it’s easy to do localization on the server side, it’s not so easy on the client side. There are several solutions available online, but most of the times they are either over-complicated or contains […]
prettyPhoto 3.0.1: Bug fix for jQuery 1.4.4
November 24th 2010
It occurred to me that jQuery 1.4.4 broke the API functionality of prettyPhoto. So I’ve just patched it and updated the files. Head over the project page to download the latest version.
Tutorial: Opening custom content in prettyPhoto
September 28th 2010
Over time it became clear that people want to use prettyPhoto for a very wide variety of things. prettyPhoto is a jQuery lightbox that already opens images, videos, flash. While I want to keep the code as small as possible and cover most of the people needs, I also want to make sure everyone is happy […]