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    first, let me explain my setup:
    I’m using Justified Image Grid from in conjunction with NextGen Gallery and FooBox as my pictures provider in WordPress.

    My frontpage is configured to display first a set of pictures and then the newest three or six blog posts in masonry style.

    Problem is located in the pictures part. It activates 2 different lightboxes. First Foobox and behind the built in lightbox.
    If i deactivate the lightbox completly as described the blog post part stop working.

    Is there a way to stop the lightbox only for pictures?

    Right now, my site is in maintenance mode but i can provide credentials via email.

    Best Regards,

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Shashahan. Reason: Links are not displayed. Removed them and changed the description of my problem a bit

    Hi Shashahan!

    If you give any image link the noLightbox class it will not open using the themes prettyPhoto lightbox.

    See: (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -opening-in-a-lightbox/



    Hi Devin,

    thank you for your answer.
    I’m sorry, it didn’t.

    Below, you will find the html source code. Justified Image Grid picked up the class “noLightbox” and put it in a-tag. And yet it has the overlay and will open in the standard lightbox behind foobox.

    Short code used in WordPress:
    [jig title_field=off caption_field=off caption=off mobile_caption=off outer link_title_field=off img_alt_field=off link_class=noLighbox ng_gallery=13]


    <div class="jig-imageContainer">
    	<div class="jig-overflow" style="width: 146px; height: 200px; opacity: 1;">
    		<a class="jig-link noLighbox fbx-link jig-loaded" rel="gallery[1]" href="" style="position: relative; overflow: hidden; display: block;">
    			<img src="" width="150" height="200" style="width: 150px; height: 200px; margin-left: -2px; margin-top: 0px;" class="">
    			<canvas width="150" height="200" title="" class="jig-pixastic" tabindex="-1" id="" style="width: 150px; height: 200px; margin-left: -2px; margin-top: 0px; display: block; opacity: 1;"></canvas>
    			<div class="jig-overlay-wrapper" style="display: none;">
    				<div class="jig-overlay"></div>
    			<div class="jig-border"></div>
    			<span class="image-overlay overlay-type-image" style="left: -7px; top: 0px; overflow: hidden; display: block; height: 200px; width: 160px;">
    				<span class="image-overlay-inside"></span>

    Best Regards,

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Shashahan. Reason: removed around a as this was interpreted as an link
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Shashahan.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Shashahan.


    i found a way to make it work =)
    It contains the editing of avia.js at line 61 where you have to change

    //activates the prettyphoto lightbox


    //activates the prettyphoto lightbox

    and in the Quick CSS section of the theme i have the following CSS:
    .image-overlay{ background-color: transparent; display: none !important; }

    Now it works. Maybe this help future customers of this great theme.
    Thank you. =)



    You can also correct the spelling in your code:
    <a class="jig-link noLighbox
    <a class="jig-link noLightbox

    Modifying the js function is the theme wide method as well.



    *FACE->DESK* Sometimes … i could punch myself for my own stupidity.
    You’re totally right, this works as intended. I tried it, changed avia.js back to the original state and deleted the entry in the quick.css section.
    Thank you for your *WORKING* answer in the first post. ;)

    Thank you and have a nive day =)



    Glad Devin could help you :)


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