Displays elements in a full-viewport “lightbox” modal.
<script async custom-element="amp-lightbox" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-lightbox-0.1.js"></script>
amp-lightbox component defines child elements that display in a
full-viewport overlay/modal. When the user taps or clicks an element (e.g., a
amp-lightbox ID referenced in the clicked element's
attribute triggers the lightbox to take up the full viewport and displays the
child elements of the
A unique identifier for the lightbox.
Must be set to
Defines the style of animation for opening the lightbox. By default, this will
be set to
fade-in. Valid values are
fly-in-bottom animation presets modify the
property of the
amp-lightbox element. Do not rely on transforming the
amp-lightbox element directly. If you need to apply a transform, set it on a
nested element instead.
Opens the lightbox.
Closes the lightbox.
You can style the
amp-lightbox with standard CSS.
Pressing the escape key on the keyboard or setting focus on an element outside
the lightbox closes the lightbox. Alternatively, setting the
on attribute on
one or more elements within the lightbox and setting its method to
closes the lightbox when the element is tapped or clicked. Once closed, the
focus will be sent back to the trigger element.
For accessibility reasons, if the user does not provide a focus in the lightbox
on open (using
autofocus attribute or forcing focus on open), the focus will
be set on the first element using
on:tap. Otherwise, a close button only
visible to screen readers, optionally using
attribute value, will be created and focused on.
in the AMP validator specification.
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