What is specific to your need? I looked at your example link, and it looked exactly like what you could do with ScriptyLightbox2. The style of the window created by SL2 is adjustable using CSS styles, so if you don’t like the look of the default window, please post a link to your mockup of what you do want it to look like and one of us can give you the style incantations necessary to make it so.
I would like to style the window created by SL2 using CSS styles. I have searched and read every post possible on this forum to grasp exactly how that is done. It just isn’t clear to my limited understanding. Is there a definitive newbie step-by-step graphically illustrated tutorial or instruction of how to do this?
Here’s what I propose you do to make this easier for someone to help you. First, use SL2 to make a popup showing your content. Next, use the regular Freeway tools to draw an example showing what you really want it to look like. If you can’t get the effect you want with HTML boxes, go ahead and use graphic boxes and effects. There are several of us on this list who are black-belt CSS masters, but we are equally unable to read your mind.
Thanks for your suggestion to use SL2, and it comes very close to what I need (the only difference is that the window opens in the center of the browser screen instead of next to the thumbnail, but I think it’s not a big problem after all).