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MultiBox plugin for Joomla!3.x

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Written by:Joomler! 20002 hits Monday, 06 May 2013 14:24

Easily popup from the link!!

jQuery plugin from mootools multibox




Features(difference from Joomla!2.5)

  • Overlay with an image
  • Rounded corner of popup window(Not IE7, IE8)
  • Size of popup window with ratio

Configuration(difference from Joomla!1.5)

  • Use ratio
    Enable/Disable ratio size of window
  • Ratio(%)
    The size of window is determined according to a ratio setup. However, they are only iframe and Youtube.
  • Overlay image
    Overlay background image
    You can change and add images. Please upload your images  to a folder(plugins/content/multibox/overlays) and reload plug-in manager.
  • Stand alone
    Each item operates independently.
  • contentColor
    The color of the background in the window. default #000(changed from #fff)



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