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Overview -------- Shadowbox is a flexible media viewer that supports all of the web's most popular media publishing formats. Shadowbox is written entirely in JavaScript and CSS and is highly customizable. Using Shadowbox, website authors can display a wide assortment of media in all major browsers without navigating users away from the linking page. For more information, please see Installation and Usage ---------------------- For detailed installation and usage instructions, please see the usage page at How to Build ------------ IMPORTANT: The following instructions are for those who would like to create a custom build of Shadowbox on their own machines. Most users will not want to do this and instead should simply download, install, and use Shadowbox as described on the Shadowbox website at In order to build Shadowbox on your own machine you must have the Ruby programming language ( installed as well as the Rake build tool ( Simply edit the parameters in `build.yml` to your liking and run the following command from the project root directory: $ rake Note: If you want to build a compressed version of the code (which is the default), you will also need Java installed. You can always use the web interface on the Shadowbox website ( to build your own version of the code if you are unable to do it on your own. How to Run Tests and Examples ----------------------------- The Shadowbox test suite is written with QUnit ( To run the tests, you first need to build the code using the `build:tests` Rake task. $ rake build:tests Once you have built the code, open `tests/index.html` in your browser of choice. Likewise, to run any of the examples you first need to run the `build:examples` Rake task before opening the example HTML file in your browser. $ rake build:examples How to Contribute ----------------- If you would like to contribute to the project please email me your contribution/patch at [email protected] I'm more than happy to accomodate fixes and modifications that make Shadowbox a better product. Bugs ---- Please report any bugs that you may find at License ------- The Shadowbox license is available online at Credits ------- Shadowbox employs several open source libraries including Sizzle.js ( and swfobject (
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