Html Markup.

LightGallery does not force you to use any kind on markup. You can use almost any king of markup with the help of selector setting.

HTML structure

<div id="anchor-tag">
  <a href="img/img1.jpg">
      <img src="img/thumb1.jpg" />
  </a>
  <a href="img/img2.jpg">
      <img src="img/thumb2.jpg" />
  </a>
  ...
</div>

Javascript

lightGallery(document.getElementById('anchor-tag'));

HTML structure

<ul id="ul-li">
  <li data-src="img/img1.jpg">
      <img src="img/thumb1.jpg" />
  </li>
  <li data-src="img/img2.jpg">
      <img src="img/thumb2.jpg" />
  </li>
  ...
</ul>

Javascript

lightGallery(document.getElementById('ul-li'));

HTML structure

<div id="selector1">
  <h2>Gallery title</h3>
  <div class="item" data-src="img/img1.jpg">
      <img src="img/thumb1.jpg" />
  </div>
  <div class="item" data-src="img/img2.jpg">
      <img src="img/thumb2.jpg" />
  </div>
  ...
</div>

Javascript

lightGallery(document.getElementById('selector1'), {
    selector: '.item'
});

HTML structure

<a id="selector2" href="img/img1.jpg">
    Click to open
</a>

Javascript

lightGallery(document.getElementById('selector2'), {
    selector: 'this'
});