This is another responsive lightbox and dialogue script app that does not require you to define the size of the content. Its progressive loading displays the images before they are completely loaded. It is supported by a High-DPI Retina display, and the controls are made with pure CSS without the help of external graphics. You get full control of the display in the popup. It has an extendable micro templating engine that reuses the existing DOM elements. It supports Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox, IE8+ desktop along with Android 2.3+ and iOS 5+ smartphones.
This lightbox plugin is available on desktop, mobile, and tablet. It offers swipe gestures for mobile users and keyboard navigation for desktop users. It also provides CSS transitions with jQuery fallback. This app uses Retina support for UI icons and enables you to customize CSS. Apart from images, you can use it for YouTube and Vimeo videos as well. It is compatible with Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox, IE9+, iOS 4+, Android, and Windows mobile phones.
It is a lightweight jQuery lightbox that supports images, iframes, and ajax out-of-the-box and can adapt quickly to meet your requirements. It supports browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Opera, IE8+, and Safari. You can also develop your extension for this plugin without any trouble. The custom styles allow you to reset all CSS and override the styling of FeatherLight.
StripJS is an unobtrusive, yet responsive lightbox that covers the page partially, so that it could leave room to interact with the pages on more substantial screens while giving the classic lightbox experience to its mobile users. It supports all the major browsers, and its strip uses jQuery. Along with images, it also supports YouTube and Vimeo videos.
This image lightbox plugin was inspired by a medium that opens your images seamlessly without any interruption, regardless of the circumstances like image with absolute position, images that have border and padding, floating images, and more. It again supports Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, and IE9+ browsers and is dependent on jQuery.
It is a module designed for Bootstrap’s Modal plugin, and it supports images, galleries, and YouTube videos. You can make your workflow faster and simple using the GitHub packages and built-in CI/CD. Its software is well secured. It automatically updates the vulnerabilities and monitors your project dependency. It supports Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, and IE8+ browsers only.