Ajax Image Galleries & Lightboxes
gallery, powered by AJAX/JSON that lets you put easily your images
in an online gallery, without having to configure databases or
changing and customising code (though you may do it if you feel so)
allowing to have an up-and-running gallery in a few minutes.
Unlike other systems out there, JonDesign’s SmoothGallery is
designed from the ground up to be standard compliant: You can feed
it from any document, using custom css selectors. And even better,
- Ajax Photo Gallery
The AJAX version of AgileGallery is a free AJAX photo gallery that
rips through the XML output from Picasa (a free download from
google) and generates DHTML for the paging and thumbnails and
displays the full sized photos along with any description entered in
Picasa. Since this photo gallery uses AJAX technology, it eliminates
the need for any page refresh as the user pages through the
optionally uses lightbox.js. It is designed to be an
ultra-light-weight, “drop-in” image gallery.
Zenphoto is an answer to lots of calls for an online gallery
solution that just makes sense. After years of bloated software that
does everything and your dishes, zenphoto just shows your photos,
simply. It’s got all the functionality and “features” you need, and
nothing you don’t. Where the old guys put in a bunch of modules and
junk, we put a lot of thought. We hope you agree with our philosopy:
simpler is better.
- Couloir.org: Resizing, Fading
Slideshow Demo – AJAX Slideshow
This photo slideshow is a demonstration of Flash-like behavior
as-is — Couloir.org offers no technical support. However, you are
permitted to use it on your own project so long as you do so
according to the rules outlined in the Creative Commons
‘Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0′ License and the license terms contained
in the associated, third-party APIs.
- Grey Box
A pop-up window that doesn’t suck. GreyBox can be used to display
websites, images and other content in a beautiful way.
Lightbox JS is a simple, unobtrusive script used to overlay images
on the current page. It’s a snap to setup and works on all modern
Litebox is a modified version of Lightbox v2.0 created with one
library moo.fx in
association with prototype.lite, giving us the basic tools we need
to make this work and you the ability to expand.
- Multifaceted Lightbox
on a particular portion of the screen. It creates the equivalent of
a modal dialog box – this means that while the user looks at this
focused part of the screen, they can’t interact with the rest of the
- Slightly ThickerBox
Slightly ThickerBox is a modification of Cody Lindley’s Thickbox
script. I modified it for use on my Jason’s Toolbox Redesign. The
modifications allow the script to generate “Previous Image” and
“Next Image” links. The result is that you can use Slightly
ThickerBox to create image galleries. In addition, you can create
groups of galleries by setting a “rel” attribute on the links. (I
also moved the Caption and Close link to the top and made the script
with an animated slideshow feature.
- Slimbox, the ultimate
lightweight Lightbox clone
Slimbox is a 7kb visual clone of the popular Lightbox JS v2.0 by Lokesh
Dhakar, written using the ultra compact mootools framework. It was
designed to be small, efficient, more convenient and 100% compatible
with the original Lightbox v2.
The Suckerfish HoverLightbox is a mashup of three very popular Web
design techniques blended together to offer a new way of presenting
your image galleries.
LightWindow Supports EVERY Media type and renders it appropriatly,
and with better Animation effects.
Lytebox was written from the Lightbox class that Lokesh Dhakar
() originally wrote. The purpose was to
write a self-contained object that eliminated the dependency of
prototype.js, effects.js, and scriptaculous.js.
iBox is a lightweight script that lets you overlay images and
documents in a small dialog without a page reload. It’s built to be
easy to install and use, while offering great flexibility. The quick
start shows example code and explains how to use it.
Smoothbox is the Mootools conversion of Thickbox, a script running
on JQuery.For the description and the features, you can go to
Thickbox’s website, as they are basically the same.The main
difference from a user point of view is that I’ve added some effects
when the box shows up and on scroll.
- YUI Based Lightbox
The most significant change in this version of the lightbox is that
image thumbnails are no longer required for creating lightbox
instance. That implies that you can create an image gallery without
the presence of image thumbnails. The more exciting aspect of this
new feature is that you can virtually grab any image from the
internet and include it in your gallery.
Imago is an Ajax Image Gallery with focus on simplicity and ease of
mootools. No server side scripting is required! Neither is flash.
Whether your photos are on flickr, smugmug or you’d like to host
them yourself, Imago can show them.
PhotoViewer leverage the Flickr API for better flexibility can load
image from remote XML and easily skinned for customization
The carousel component manages a list of content (HTML LI elements
within a UL) that can be displayed horizontally or vertically. The
content can be scrolled back and forth with or without animation.
The content can reference static HTML content or the list items can
be created dynamically on-the-fly (with or without Ajax).
lightbox that supports images, flash, video, mp3s, html.
replacement for other thumbnail galleries like Lightbox JS, but a
different way of showcasing galleries. This type of gallery is best
used when a page-by-page gallery is needed, as is the case with
photo stories. Below is a small example of a FrogJS gallery. Just
click the parrot thumbnail to scroll through the gallery.
- Galleria [homesite、lightweight gallery]
the images one by one from an unordered list and displays thumbnails
when each image is loaded. It will create thumbnails for you if you
choose so, scaled or unscaled, centered and cropped inside a fixed
thumbnail box defined by CSS.
- AJAX Image Gallery powered by
Slideflow (like Cover Flow)
You can drag the Slideflow using your mouse, or click anywhere in
the stack to jump there. Click inside the frame in order to enable
mouse wheel and arrow key navigation! Or better yet, try the
- JaS gallery
viewable as a slideshow, and with fading effects, if desired. It
also supports automatic thumbnail creation and tagging of images, so
the viewers can find the exact images they’re looking for. You can
use it any way you like in your own web site, and adapt it to your
Image gallery uses MooTools.
Shadowbox is an online media viewer application that supports all of
the web’s most popular media publishing formats. Shadowbox is
Using Shadowbox, website authors can showcase a wide assortment of
media in all major browsers without navigating users away from the