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    @staaky/strip

    1.8.0 • Public • Published

    Strip

    An Unobtrusive Responsive Lightbox

    Strip is a Lightbox that only partially covers the page. This leaves room to interact with the page on larger screens while giving smaller devices the classic Lightbox experience.

    screenshot

    Usage

    Installation

    Include Strip below the latest 3.x release of jQuery:

    <script
      type="text/javascript"
      src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.6.0.min.js"
    ></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="/js/strip.pkgd.min.js"></script>
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/css/strip.css" />

    Alternatively Strip can be installed using npm:

    npm install @staaky/strip

    Basic Usage

    The most basic way to use Strip is by adding the class strip to a link:

    <a href="image.jpg" class="strip">Show image</a>

    A caption can be added using the data-strip-caption attribute:

    <a href="image.jpg" class="strip" data-strip-caption="Caption below the image"
      >Caption</a
    >

    Or customize Strip by putting options on the data-strip-options attribute:

    <a
      href="http://vimeo.com/32071937"
      class="strip"
      data-strip-options="side: 'top'"
      >Options</a
    >

    Groups

    Create groups by giving links a data-strip-group attribute with a unique name:

    <a href="image1.jpg" class="strip" data-strip-group="mygroup">Image 1</a>
    <a href="image2.jpg" class="strip" data-strip-group="mygroup">Image 2</a>

    The data-strip-group-options attribute can be used to set options for all items in the group:

    <a
      href="image1.jpg"
      class="strip"
      data-strip-group="shared-options"
      data-strip-group-options="loop: false, maxWidth: 500"
      >This group</a
    >
    <a href="image2.jpg" class="strip" data-strip-group="shared-options"
      >has shared options</a
    >

    Media types

    Strip attempts to automatically detect the media type using the given url. The type can also be set to one of the following values using the data-strip-type attribute: image, youtube or vimeo.

    Image

    Most of the time setting the type will not be required for images, it will be required in cases where Strip cannot detect it based on the url:

    <a href="/images/?id=69420" class="strip" data-strip-type="image">Image</a>

    Youtube

    Strip will detect Youtube links and automatically embed them:

    <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0KYU2j0TM4" class="strip">Youtube</a>

    Options can be set using the youtube option, see YouTube Embedded Players and Player Parameters for all the available options.

    <a
      href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XD2kNopsUs"
      class="strip"
      data-strip-options="
          width: 853,
          height: 480,
          youtube: { autoplay: 0 }
        "
      >Youtube - Dimensions and options</a
    >

    Vimeo

    Strips embeds Vimeo videos using the Vimeo Player API.

    <a href="http://vimeo.com/32071937" class="strip">Vimeo</a>

    Options can be set using the vimeo option, see Vimeo Player Embedding for all the available options.

    Javascript API

    The API allows Strip to be used with Javascript, as an alternative to using the strip class on links.

    Method

    Strip.show()

    A single item can be shown by giving Strip.show() a url:

    Strip.show("image.jpg");

    Add a caption by using an object instead:

    Strip.show({
      url: "image.jpg",
      caption: "Caption for this image",
    });

    This object also accepts options to customize Strip:

    Strip.show({
      url: "http://vimeo.com/32071937",
      options: {
        side: "top",
      },
    });

    Groups

    Groups can be shown by giving Strip.show() an array with multiple items:

    // use urls
    Strip.show(["image1.jpg", "image2.jpg"]);
    
    // or objects
    Strip.show([
      { url: "image1.jpg", caption: "Caption for this image" },
      { url: "image2.jpg", caption: "Another caption" },
    ]);

    Options for the entire group can be set using the second argument:

    Strip.show(["image1.jpg", "image2.jpg"], {
      loop: false,
      maxWidth: 500,
    });

    Open Strip at a specific position by setting a number as the last argument:

    Strip.show(["image1.jpg", "image2.jpg"], 2);

    Links

    Links that use the strip class can also be opened by passing Strip.show() an element:

    Strip.show($("#elementid")[0]);

    Strip.hide()

    Close Strip at any time by calling Strip.hide():

    Strip.hide();

    Strip.disable()

    Disables Strip. When disabled, links using the strip class will no longer open Strip but work as regular links. Calls to Strip.show() will use a fallback to make them behave like regular links.

    Strip.disable();

    Use Strip.fallback(false) should you need to disable this fallback as well:

    Strip.fallback(false).disable();

    Strip.enable()

    Enable Strip if it was previously disabled.

    Strip.enable();

    Strip.fallback()

    When Strip is disabled it will fallback to making Strip.show() calls open as regular links. By disabling this fallback API calls will do nothing at all.

    Strip.fallback(false);

    Strip.setDefaultSkin()

    Sets the name of the default skin, this skin will be used when no skin option is provided.

    Strip.setDefaultSkin("custom");

    Options

    Option

    effects

    Sets the duration of individual effects, or disables them when set to false.

    effects: false
    

    These are all available effects:

    effects: {
      spinner: { show: 200, hide: 200 },
      transition: { min: 175, max: 250 },
      ui: { show: 0, hide: 200 },
      window: { show: 300, hide: 300 }
    }

    hideOnClickOutside

    Hide Strip when clicking outside of it or an element that could open it, enabled by default.

    hideOnClickOutside: false
    

    keyboard

    Enable or disable individual keyboard buttons or all of them when set to false.

    keyboard: false
    

    Or use an object to toggle individual buttons:

    keyboard: {
      left: true,
      right: true,
      esc: false
    }

    Note: youtube and vimeo will always have left and right disabled, because a video could require these keys.

    loop

    When set to true a group becomes a loop, making it possible to move between the first and last item:

    loop: true
    

    maxHeight

    Sets a maximum height for the content.

    maxHeight: 500
    

    maxWidth

    Sets a maximum width for the content.

    maxWidth: 500
    

    overlap

    Allows buttons to overlap the content when set to true, which is the default. Disabling overlap will cause buttons to be positioned outside of the content.

    overlap: false
    

    Note: Vimeo and Youtube always have overlap: false because overlapping buttons could otherwise prevent interaction with the video.

    position

    Show or hide the position indicator.

    position: false
    

    preload

    Sets the items to preload before and after the current item, or disables preloading when set to false.

    preload: [1,2] // preload 1 before and 2 after
    
    preload: false // disables preloading
    

    side

    Set the side to position Strip on to top, bottom, left or right.

    side: 'top'
    

    skin

    Sets the skin. If you've provided default options for this skin they'll be applied as a starting point for other options. The default skin is strip.

    skin: 'custom'
    

    spinner

    Disables the loading icon when set to false.

    spinner: false
    

    toggle

    Clicking elements will toggle Strip, this behavior can be disabed by setting toggle to false. Doing so will keep Strip open even if an element is clicked twice.

    toggle: false
    

    Note: Strip.show() calls don't use toggle behavior, this only works for elements with class='strip'

    vimeo

    Sets the player parameters of a Vimeo video, available options can be found in the Vimeo documentation: Vimeo Player Embedding.

    vimeo: {
      autoplay: 1,
      title: 1,
      byline: 1,
      portrait: 0,
      loop: 0
    }

    youtube

    youtubeSets the player parameters of a Youtube video, available options can be found in the Youtube documentation: YouTube Embedded Players and Player Parameters.

    youtube: {
      autohide: 1,
      autoplay: 1,
      controls: 1,
      enablejsapi: 1,
      hd: 1,
      iv_load_policy: 3,
      loop: 0,
      modestbranding: 1,
      rel: 0
    }

    Callbacks

    Callbacks can be used alongside other Options.

    Callback

    afterPosition

    A function to call after the position changed. The first argument is the current position within the group.

    afterPosition: function(position) {
      console.log("You've reached position " + position);
    }

    afterHide

    A function to call after Strip is fully hidden.

    afterHide: function() {
      console.log('Strip is no longer visible');
    }

    onResize

    This callback allows you to respond to Strip as it's resizing and make adjustments to your page. You could for example slide your page along or adjust margins. The parameters of onResize give you everything needed to make these adjustments.

    onResize: function(fxProperty, fxValue, side) {
      console.log(fxProperty, fxValue, side);
      // logs: 'width', 0, 'right' when starting the animation
      // and adjusts fxValue for each step in the animation
    }

    fxProperty is the property currently animated, which can be 'width' or 'height'. fxValue is the value of that property at the current step in the animation. side is the current side Strip is positioned on, which can be 'top', 'bottom', 'left' or 'right'.

    onShow

    A function to call when Strip comes into view.

    onShow: function() {
      console.log('Strip is visible');
    }

    Skins

    Custom skins can be added by copying the existing default skin called strip, rename it and modify it to your needs. It's recommended to do this in a separate css file so that strip.css can be upgraded without losing anything.

    Once you have a skin in place it can be used with the skin option:

    skin: 'custom'
    

    Default options

    Default options can be provided for a skin by extending Strip.Skins with options for your custom skin:

    $.extend(Strip.Skins, {
      custom: {
        loop: false,
      },
    });

    Changing the default skin

    The default skin can be changed using Strip.setDefaultSkin().

    Strip.setDefaultSkin("custom");

    By Nick Stakenburg

    Install

    npm i @staaky/strip

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    1.8.0

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    CC-BY-4.0

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