Lightbox can be confusing. Like one commenter said, it makes the user think it’s a new page and thus go “back” on their browser. What was needed was an intuitive way to display images and text neatly. With a little inspiration from Cabel Sasser and Apple, and the power of Prototype and jQuery, OrderedList just gave the web a spoonful of Fancy.
Tooltips have become more and more prevalent. They’re used to explain fields in a form, explaining certain features, and more. Many tooltips come bloated, hard to install, and even harder to customize. Cast all your fears aside and say hello to Prototip.
The Lightbox effect hit the web by storm a few years ago, but its use and functionality is growing each day. From creating photo galleries, to displaying data, viewing video or just opening an external page, Lightbox has changed the way your visitors view your website. ModalBox is in a whole new “box” of its own.
Designers would create attractive themes and interfaces, but when content overflowed and scrolling was necessary, those pesky gray scrollbars would appear and clash with the design. With the failure of scrollbar CSS properties, designers were forced to design scroll-less themes. Not anymore.