This type of image gallery helps to organize a large number of images. Only four images are used, but you can increase or decrease the size of the image as you wish.
There is a display for viewing the images and there is a navigation bar. The images will be listed in the navigation bar. If you click on the images in the navbar, they can be seen in the display.
CSS Lightbox Image Gallery
To create this CSS Lightbox Image Gallery you need to have a basic idea about HTML and CSS. First I made a box in which the image can be seen. I have created a navigation bar with it.
Here I have used four images. Moving or clicking on the images will cause a slight change in the images. And that image can be seen on the big display. I used border: 1px solid #fff with each image which will enhance the beauty.
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Hopefully, the demo has helped you find out how I created Image Lightbox Gallery. Above you will get the complete source code. If you are a beginner, you can follow the tutorial below or watch the video tutorial below the article.
I have shared with you a video tutorial that will help you to know completely. First, you create an HTML and CSS file then follow the steps below.
Step 1: Basic structure of Image Lightbox
The basic structure of the image gallery has been created using the following codes. First I made a big box for which the following codes helped.
The following CSS has helped to design the webpage.
The following codes have helped to design the HTML codes above. Here box width: 500px and height: 300px are used.
Step 2: Add default image in slider
Now I have added an image in the box. This is basically the default image that can be found in the box. If you click on the image in the navbar, this image will be hidden and that image will be seen.
Step 3: Add all images to Gallery
Now I have added other images to the image gallery. As I said before I used four photos here. If you want to increase the number of images, you can add those images here.
Step 4: Create a navbar in Lightbox Gallery
Now we have created a navigation bar in which a list of images can be found. This navbar is 140px left from the original slider.
The images here are width: 120px and height: 63px.
Now I have added hover in these images. When you mouse over or click on these images, the images will be slightly larger in size. For this transform: scale (1.2) help has been taken.
Step 5: Activate Lightbox Image Gallery with CSS
Now I have fully implemented Image Night using “: target”. When you click on the image, that image can be seen in the display. I have used opacity: 1 for this to help you see and the font-size image can be seen in the full display.
Hopefully the above video and tutorial have helped you to fully understand how this CSS Lightbox Image Gallery was created. The download button below has the complete source code.