FancyBox for Multimedia Blocks

Deskripsi

This plugin automatically makes standard blocks of the WordPress Block Editor (particularly, images and galleries) using the latest FancyBox without any additional actions of a web master.

Tangkapan Layar

  • The options page in English.
  • An example of the result of the plugin’s work.

Tanya Jawab

No such for the moment.

Ulasan

Belum ada ulasan untuk plugin ini.

Kontributor & Pengembang

“FancyBox for Multimedia Blocks” adalah perangkat lunak open source. Berikut ini mereka yang sudah berkontribusi pada plugin ini.

Kontributor

Log Perubahan

1.4.3

  • The support for single images (wrapped with links to media files) without alignment was fixed again.

1.4.2

  • The “Tested up to” parameter value was increased as the plugin is ready for the coming WordPress version (6.5).
  • The support for single images (wrapped with links to media files) without alignment was fixed.

1.4.1

  • The support for single images (wrapped with links to media files) was fixed.

1.4

  • The Russian translation of the first paragraph on the plugin’s options page was fixed.
  • The order of the supported multimedia blocks on the plugin’s options page was changed.

After the 2nd round or the plugin’s review by WordPress Plugin Review Team:

  • This ReadMe.txt file was completed to become valid according to https://wordpress.org/plugins/developers/readme-validator/.
  • The only one function in the main plugin’s PHP file (fancybox-multimedia-blocks.php) had no plugin’s prefix (fancybox_multimedia_blocks_) in its name so it was fixed.
  • The main plugin’s PHP file (fancybox-multimedia-blocks.php) was protected from direct access to it.

1.3

After the 1st round or the plugin’s review by WordPress Plugin Review Team:

  • The “Tested up to” parameter was added to this ReadMe.txt file with the value of the current WordPress version (6.4).
  • The value of the “Stable tag” parameter was fixed (it reflected the WordPress’ version instead of the plugin’s one).
  • Calling the FancyBox files remotely was replaced with local, inside-the-plugin versions (fancybox.css and scripts/fancybox.umd.js).

1.2

  • The list of the supported image formats (bmp|dib|gif|heic|ico|jfif|jpe|jpeg|jpg|png|svg|tif|tiff|webp) was added to the plugin’s initialization script to make its work more precise.

1.1

  • Additional CSS conditions (a:not([rel=”noreferrer noopener”]) and a[data-fancybox^=”wp-block-gallery”]) were added to the plugin’s initialization script to make its work more precise.

1.0

  • The initial implementation of the simple idea due to the absense of it in the WordPress’ plugins directory.