Visual LightBox is a jQuery Image Gallery with beautiful Lightbox-style overlay effect and a lot of nice gallery templates. Visual LightBox comes with drag&drop GUI wizard for Mac and Windows to create your gallery in just a couple of clicks – without coding or image editing.
For this week, Visual LightBox is giving away 5 commercial licences of their elegant image gallery slider with a nifty lightbox-style effect. Perfect for photographers, graphic designers, and just about any artists out there looking for beautiful ways to present their works!
- Christian #29
- moniquehasana #35
- Fernando #19
- Agnel Waghela #22
- Heather #11
Congratulations! Winners will be contacted by Visual LightBox within a couple of days. Don’t forget to check your inbox or spam folder in case it gets there! Congratulations!
Visual LightBox includes several templates that you can choose from, depending on your mood or taste. See below for three of the latest additions.
And of course like everything else, it has a free version that you can try right now. Download the free version now!
Behind the Scenes
Below is a screenshot of how Visual LightBox works behind the scenes. As you can see, it is only a matter of adding the images you want to use for the image slider, totally without requiring you to code!
- GUI wizard for Mac and Windows – no coding
- Beautiful templates and effects
- Slideshow with autostart option
- jQuery powered
- Search engine friendly
- Clean and valid markup
- Cross-browser compatibility
- Flickr, PhotoBucket, Picasa support
- Automatic thumbnail creation
- Visual insert-to-page
- Built-in FTP
- Sort, rotate, resize images
- Translated to 31 languages
How to Win:
- Comment below on what you think about this product – use your real email so that we can contact you in case you win!
- Like, Tweet, and +1!
Winners will be selected using Random.org and will be announced exactly a week from now.
Rean concurrently served as the Head of Operations and Editor-in-Chief of 1stwebdesigner from 2011 up until Aug 2014. He regularly writes about freelancing, technology, web design, and web development with a little touch of internet marketing here and there.