CSS3 - Clickbox - Gallery

23rd February 2010

For Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome, IE8, SeaMonkey and Flock

Click the link below for the Clickbox Gallery

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A new version of the clickbox image viewer, this time converted to have a series of images viewed using 'Previous' and 'Next' buttons that popup when hovering the images.

This makes use of the adjacent sibling selector (+) so will not work in IE6.
IE7 does not quite make it and IE8 is a little temperamental but does work. All other latest release browsers can display this correctly.

The image sizes have been chosen so that they display fully on wide screen laptops.

Because it uses a fixed position div for the gallery it does not jump about when selecting the previous and next images, although Safari, Chrome and Opera will shift the background page when clicking through the gallery images.

SeaMonkey and Flock browsers were check using the Multi-Browser Viewer.


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