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Disabling a jQuery Lightbox with Media Queries?

I've created a lightbox for a mock website, a la the one Mr. Chalkley walks us through in his excellent jQuery tutorials. I'm now writing media queries for a mobile version of the site. I want to disable the lightbox for the mobile version. Because this happens.

It might be simpler not to have it altogether when someone logs on on an iPhone. How would I go about this using media queries? Or would I need to do something in JavaScript?

Thx ~Jay

1 Answer

Petros Sordinas
Petros Sordinas
16,181 Points

Have you tried display: none; in the media query for the lightbox class?

This just occurred to me literally an hour ago. Of course that would work. I could even alter the lightbox classes properties to make it fit the mobile device.

Complete fail. On the upside you get the Best Answer.