Recently, I began a new series called Ask J9 Designs , where I asked other WordPress Users to ask me their technical questions on how to use certain aspects, such as simple coding, plugins and more. I immediately installed, activated and ran it on J9 Designs Blog to make sure it worked. It not only worked, but I love it. The plugin is WP Lightbox 2 , which is used to add the lightbox overlay effect to the current page images on your WordPress blog.
How to Enlarge an Image in WordPress (Lightboxes!)
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Sometimes when you read a tut dedicated to using some online services, WordPress plugins, software, or anything else, you need to click the images inserted in the post to enlarge them and view them in detail. This way you can find out how to perform definite steps described in that certain step-by-step guide. By default, WordPress has only one integrated function supposing the possibility to view larger images either in a new tab or a new browser screen. When you insert an image into a post or a page, you can select from linking to the media file, custom URL, or attachment page. When you choose media file, visitors are taken to a browser screen with the full-size image displayed. And when you prefer attachment page, it redirects a visitor to the default page created by WordPress for every media file. No matter what you choose, your visitors will either be sent to another location or your header and footer will be missing.
Clicking on a small image to see a larger version can be important to website visitors. And displaying the smaller image saves real estate and keeps the page loading fast. But in WordPress, the only built-in function for viewing larger images is to have the visitor taken to a new page or a new browser screen.
This article is talking about how to enlarge or expand images in a Word document by a mouse click. Click to enlarge or expand image with VBA code. Resize images with Kutools for Word.