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Web development: Bootstrap and fancyBox



I’m in the process of updating the layout of the Jamoma web site. It is not completed yet, so there is nothing to see so far, but one of several changes is that we’ll now use Bootstrap for mobile responsive layout.

In the past we have also used fancyBox for displaying images as light boxes. Initially I had problems getting fancyBox and Bootstrap to collaborate. It turns out that fancyBox depends on jQuery being loaded in the header while Bootstrap usually loads jQuery in the footer.

In order to test it out and get it working, I have made a fork of fancyBox that integrates Bootstrap as well. A demo of fancyBox with Bootstrap can be found here.


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