Jquery fancybox pack js

Fancybox 2 не только плагин галерей, но и модальных окон, рассмотрим подробнее.
Сайт разработчика, скачать архив (2.1.7).



Контент модального окна находится на этой-же странице в срытом

В href ссылки указывается id скрытого блока с контентом.

Размер окна можно указать в процентах:

Кнопку «закрыть» можно заменить своей, добавив параметр closeBtn: false и ссылку с методом $.fancybox.close() .

Также можно отключить закрытие кликом по фону параметром modal: true .

Чтобы текст окна постоянно не висел в коде страницы, можно получать его через AJAX, с отдельного URL.

Контент отдельной страницы

Вызов без ссылки


Подходит для форм, т.к. при отправки формы обновиться только iFrame. Но контент окна должен быть со своей HTML разметкой и стилями.

Код страницы в iFrame

Вызов без ссылки

Чтобы закрыть окно своей кнопкой, нужно обращаться к Fancybox через родителя parent .

Ссылки в будут открываться в нём, для перехода в основном окне к ссылке потребуется добавить атрибут target="_top" .

fancyBox is a tool that offers a nice and elegant way to add zooming functionality for images, html content and multi-media on your webpages. It is built on the top of the popular JavaScript framework jQuery and is both easy to implement and a snap to customize.


Download the plugin, unzip it, copy files and include fancyBox script and stylesheet in your document (you will need to make sure the css and js files are on your server, and adjust the paths in the script and link tag). Make sure you also load the jQuery library. Example:

Create link elements whose href attributes will contain the path of the element you wish to open within the fancyBox.

Attach fancyBox when the document is loaded. If you are not familiar with jQuery, please, read this tutorial for beginners.

Tips & tricks

A collection of the demos created in response to questions


You can also go straight into action and open a standalone version of demo and view its source code.

Note: ID’s are single use and are only applied to one element.
Galleries are created from elements who have the same "data-fancybox-group" or "rel" attribute value.

Script uses the `href` or `data-fancybox-href` attribute of the matched elements to obtain the location of the content and to figure out content type you want to display. You can specify type directly by adding classname (fancybox.image, fancybox.iframe, etc) or `data-fancybox-type` attribute. Use `title` or `data-fancybox-title` attribute to specify item caption.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Alternatively, you can set content type as an option: $(".open_ajax").fancybox(); .

Note, ajax requests are subject to the same origin policy. If fancyBox will not be able to get content type, it will try to guess based on ‘href’ and will quit silently if would not succeed (this is different from previous versions where ‘ajax’ was used as default type or an error message was displayed).

Extended functionality

Remember to include the necessary files! Each helper is located in separate files.

  • Youtube
  • Vimeo
  • Metacafe
  • Dailymotion
  • Twitvid
  • Twitpic
  • Instagram
  • Google maps
  • Search results
  • Direct link
  • Street view

License / Download

fancyBox licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 license.
You are free to use fancyBox for your personal or non-profit website projects.
You can get the author’s permission to use fancyBox for commercial websites by paying a fee.

The latest source code is available on GitHub.


You can pass these options as key/value object to fancybox() method. It is also possible to modify defaults directly at fancyBox JS file or $.fancybox.defaults

paddingSpace inside fancyBox around content. Can be set as array — [top, right, bottom, left].
Integer, Array; Default value: 15
marginMinimum space between viewport and fancyBox. Can be set as array — [top, right, bottom, left]. Right and bottom margins are ignored if content dimensions exceeds viewport
Integer, Array; Default value: 20
widthDefault width for ‘iframe’ and ‘swf’ content. Also for ‘inline’, ‘ajax’ and ‘html’ if ‘autoSize’ is set to ‘false’. Can be numeric or ‘auto’.
Number, String; Default value: 800
heightDefault height for ‘iframe’ and ‘swf’ content. Also for ‘inline’, ‘ajax’ and ‘html’ if ‘autoSize’ is set to ‘false’. Can be numeric or ‘auto’
Number, String; Default value: 600
minWidthMinimum width fancyBox should be allowed to resize to
Number; Default value: 100
minHeightMinimum height fancyBox should be allowed to resize to
Number; Default value: 100
maxWidthMaximum width fancyBox should be allowed to resize to
Number; Default value: 9999
maxHeightMaximum height fancyBox should be allowed to resize to
Number; Default value: 9999
autoSizeIf true, then sets both autoHeight and autoWidth to true
Boolean; Default value: true
autoHeightIf set to true, for ‘inline’, ‘ajax’ and ‘html’ type content height is auto determined. If no dimensions set this may give unexpected results
Boolean; Default value: false
autoWidthIf set to true, for ‘inline’, ‘ajax’ and ‘html’ type content width is auto determined. If no dimensions set this may give unexpected results
Boolean; Default value: false
autoResizeIf set to true, the content will be resized after window resize event
Boolean; Default value: !isTouch
autoCenterIf set to true, the content will always be centered
Boolean; Default value: !isTouch
fitToViewIf set to true, fancyBox is resized to fit inside viewport before opening
Boolean; Default value: true
aspectRatioIf set to true, resizing is constrained by the original aspect ratio (images always keep ratio; see this example — if you want to change ratio for other media)
Boolean; Default value: false
topRatioTop space ratio for vertical centering. If set to 0.5, then vertical and bottom space will be equal. If 0 — fancyBox will be at the viewport top
Number; Default value: 0.5
leftRatioLeft space ratio for horizontal centering. If set to 0.5, then left and right space will be equal. If 0 — fancyBox will be at the viewport left
Number; Default value: 0.5
scrollingSet the overflow CSS property to create or hide scrollbars. Can be set to ‘auto’, ‘yes’, ‘no’ or ‘visible’
String; Default value: ‘auto’
wrapCSSCustomizable CSS class for wrapping element (useful for custom styling)
string; Default value:
arrowsIf set to true, navigation arrows will be displayed
Boolean; Default value: true
closeBtnIf set to true, close button will be displayed
Boolean; Default value: true
closeClickIf set to true, fancyBox will be closed when user clicks the content
Boolean; Default value: false
nextClickIf set to true, will navigate to next gallery item when user clicks the content
Boolean; Default value: false
mouseWheelIf set to true, you will be able to navigate gallery using the mouse wheel
Boolean; Default value: true
autoPlayIf set to true, slideshow will start after opening the first gallery item
Boolean; Default value: false
playSpeedSlideshow speed in milliseconds
Integer; Default value: 3000
preloadNumber of gallery images to preload
Integer; Default value: 3
modalIf set to true, will disable navigation and closing
Boolean; Default value: false
loopIf set to true, enables cyclic navigation. This means, if you click "next" after you reach the last element, first element will be displayed (and vice versa).
Boolean; Default value: true
ajaxOptions for ajax request
Object; Default value:
iframeOptions for content type "iframe"
Object; Default value:
swfOptions for content type "swf"
Object; Default value:
keysDefine keyboard keys for gallery navigation, closing and slideshow
Object; Default value:
directionDefault navigation direction (for navigation arrows, too)
Object; Default value:
scrollOutsideIf true, the script will try to avoid horizontal scrolling for iframes and html content
Boolean; Default value: true
indexOverrides group start index
Integer; Default value: 0
typeOverrides type for content. Supported types are ‘image’, ‘inline’, ‘ajax’, ‘iframe’, ‘swf’ and ‘html’
String; Default value: null
hrefOverrides content source link
String; Default value: null
contentOverrides content to be displayed
String; Default value: null
titleOverrides title content, accepts any HTML
String; Default value: null
tplObject containing various templates
Object; Default value:
openEffect / closeEffect / nextEffect / prevEffectAnimation effect (‘elastic’, ‘fade’ or ‘none’) for each transition type
String; Default value: ‘fade’, ‘fade’, ‘elastic’, ‘elastic’
openSpeed / closeSpeed / nextSpeed / prevSpeedThe time it takes (in ms, or "slow", "normal", "fast") to complete transition
Integer; Default value: 250
openEasing / closeEasing / nextEasing / prevEasingEasing method for each transition type. You have numerous choices if easing plugin is included
String; Default value: ‘swing’
openOpacity / closeOpacityIf set to true, transparency is changed for elastic transitions
Boolean; Default value: true
openMethod / closeMethod / nextMethod / prevMethodMethod from $.fancybox.transitions() that handles transition (you can add custom effects there)
String; Default value: ‘zoomIn’ / ‘zoomOut’ / ‘changeIn’ / ‘changeOut’
helpersObject containing enabled helpers and options for each of them
Object; Default value:
liveIf set to true, fancyBox uses "live" to assign click event. Set to "false", if you need to apply only to current collection, e.g., if using something like —
Boolean; Default value: true
parentParent element of the container. This is useful for ASP.NET where the top element is "form" —
String; Default value: body

The plugin comes with a number of public functions to help you utilize the plugin in a number of different scenarios. Each of these functions can be called as a property of the $.fancybox object.
To use from inside the iframe — Close me


$.fancybox.open( [group], [options] )

Launch fancyBox, the same as $.fancybox([group], [options])
First parameter can be in various types, examples:
$.fancybox([ , ]); — array containing objects
); — single object
$.fancybox( [‘image.jpg’, ‘image.jpg’] ); — array containing links as strings
$.fancybox( ‘image.jpg’ ); — string as source link
$.fancybox( [jQuery object] );
$.fancybox( ‘

‘ );


Cancel loading image or abort ajax request


If fancyBox is fully opened (open animation has ended) then start closing animation. If not or closing is forced (e.g. called like $.fancybox.close( true ) ) than fancyBox is removed immediatly


Start or stop (if already running) slideshow


Navigate to next gallery item


Navigate to previous gallery item


Navigate to gallery item by index. Item counting starts from 0, e.g. $.fancybox.jumpto( 0 ); will open the first, e.g. $.fancybox.jumpto( 1 ); will second, etc


Will center fancyBox inside viewport and toggle position type to fixed or absolute if needed


Auto-sizes fancyBox height to match height of content


If content is resized to fit inside viewport than it will be expanded to full size (and vice verse)


Shows loading animation


Hides loading animation

Also available are event driven callback methods, allowing you to extend functionality:

onCancelCalled after user triggers canceling.
Note: If false is returned by the callback, the canceling will be halted
beforeLoadCalled before starting to load content.
Note: If false is returned by the callback, the loading will be halted
afterLoadCalled after content is loaded. Receives two arguments — upcoming and current object — http://jsfiddle.net/xW5gs/
Note: If false is returned by the callback, the content will not be shown.
beforeShowCalled right before open animations has started
afterShowCalled after open animations has ended
beforeCloseCalled right after closing has been triggered but not yet started
Note: If false is returned by the callback, the closing will be halted.
afterCloseCalled after closing animation has ended
onUpdateCalled after window resize, scroll or orientation change events are triggered
onPlayStartCalled after slideshdow has started
onPlayEndCalled after slideshdow has stoped


Helpers provide a simple mechanism to extend the capabilities of fancyBox. There are two built-in helpers — ‘overlay’ and ‘title’. You can disable them, set custom options or enable other helpers. Examples:

Options for thumbnail helper

widthThumbnail width
heightThumbnail height
sourceFunction to obtain the URL of the thumbnail image. By default, it uses the first image inside anchor or loads destination url instead.

Examples: http://jsfiddle.net/PFVxK/, http://jsfiddle.net/2k8EP/

position‘top’ or ‘bottom’

Options for button helper

tplHTML template
position‘top’ or ‘bottom’


You can ask a questions using the StackOverflow site where you are most likely to get answer quickly as many Javascript experts spend time on the site. Make sure you add the tags "jquery" and "fancybox" when posting.

If you run into an issue and need to report a bug, please create an issue on GitHub issues and I will investigate. But do not forget to check FAQ, first!

Follow @thefancyapps for the latest updates.

1. It doesn’t work at all. The image opens up in a new page. What’s wrong?

Check if you have included all files and set up FancyBox correctly.

Look for JavaScript error messages, they might help you to locate the problem.

If you see something like Uncaught TypeError: undefined is not a function:
1) Check if fancybox.js file is indeed loaded
2) Check if you have not included jQuery library more than once

2. Can a FancyBox appear over the top of my Flash content?

3. Can the script be called from an iframe?

If all necessary files are included in the parent window, then you can, like:
Open something

4. How can I close FancyBox from other element? ?

Just call $.fancybox.close() on your onClick event

5. I`m using custom urls for images (for example, PHP created images — index.php?action=image& >

FancyBox gueses content type from url but sometimes it can be wrong. The solution is to force your type, like so — $(".selector").fancybox(<‘type’ : ‘image’>);

6. FancyBox is not working on all images, only first one opens. What’s wrong?

If you are using ID as selector $("#selector").fancybox(); then switch to classes — $(".selector").fancybox();

jQuery lightbox script for displaying images, videos and more. Touch enabled, responsive and fully customizable.

See the project page for documentation and a demonstration.

Follow @thefancyapps for updates.

1. Add latest jQuery and fancyBox files

fancyBox is licensed under the GPLv3 license for all open source applications. A commercial license is required for all commercial applications (including sites, themes and apps you plan to sell).

Bugs and feature requests

If you find a bug, please report it here on Github.

Guidelines for bug reports:

  1. Use the GitHub issue search — check if the issue has already been reported.
  2. Check if the issue has been fixed — try to reproduce it using the latest master or development branch in the repository.
  3. Isolate the problem — create a reduced test case and a live example. You can use CodePen to fork any demo found on documentation to use it as a template.

A good bug report shouldn’t leave others needing to chase you up for more information. Please try to be as detailed as possible in your report.

Feature requests are welcome. Please look for existing ones and use GitHub’s "reactions" feature to vote.

Please do not use the issue tracker for personal support requests — use Stack Overflow (fancybox-3 tag) instead.

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