Sorry this isn't correct. objwidth is used for popupsize of types youtube, vimeo and text. If you do not specify objwidth for these types the value of width is used. The value of width is also used with all types to potentially overrule the size of the thumbnail (so not the popup). For type iframe it is dependent on the fb_profile. For all other types (like image) it is automatically deduced by fancybox. In essence the size of an image popup is dependent on the image itself. I know, a bit complicated. Maybe you should add the type we're talking about?Harm10 wrote:objwidth is only meant for certain fb_types (see documentation) for all others width should work.
$fbifram .= "'width': '75%', 'height': '75%', ";
Firefox & Chrome (my friend's Mac) it only shows the large jpg on a black background instead of a popup.
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