How to Make a Lightbox That Works With All Browsers for WordPress

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You should make sure that any changes you make to your WordPress site are compatible with all major Internet browses. Make a lightbox that works with all browsers in WordPress with help from a programmer and web designer in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm a programmer. Today, I'm going to explain to you how to make a lightbox that works with all browsers for WordPress. So, the first thing you're going to want to do is head on over to your dashboard in WordPress. Now as you can see, I've already logged into mine. I have a temporary WordPress set up. The first thing you want to do after you log in is go to your plugins and click on, "add new plugin," since Lightbox is a plugin. You want to type in, "Lightbox Plus," and search. Once you click on, "search," the Lightbox Plus should be the first one that pops up. Just click, "install now." It's going to ask you if you want to install the plugin, and just press, "okay." After awhile, the plugin should have been installed already, and then click on, "activate plugin." After it's already activated, you can go into the lightbox plugin edit and play around all you need if you know PHP or you can go straight to appearances and then Lightbox to change around any other settings you might need. I'm Omar, and I just showed you how to install Lightbox Plus for WordPress that works on all browsers. Now remember, Lightbox Plus already works with all browsers, so you don't have to change anything there.


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