A vue component that allows your images to open in full size.

A vue component that allows your images to open in full size.

A vue component that allows your images to open in full size. Allows your images to open in full size.

vue-expandable-image

Allows your images to open in full size.

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Setup

npm install vue-expandable-image

You have two ways to setup vue-expandable-image:

CommonJS (Webpack/Browserify)

  • ES6
source-js
import VueExpandableImage from 'vue-expandable-image'
Vue.use(VueExpandableImage)
  • ES5
source-js
var VueExpandableImage = require('vue-expandable-image')
Vue.use(VueExpandableImage)

Include

Include it directly with a <script> tag. In this case, you don't need to write Vue.use(VueExpandableImage), this will be done automatically for you.

Demo

You can check this CodePen to see how it works.

Usage

Just replace your <img> tag with <expandable-image/>, and it should work!

The image doesn't load for you?

If you see your image is broken even though it works on <img/>, it means you're passing a relative path (like ../assets/image.jpg) but not loading it through Webpack. Check out this for more details.

To fix this issue, you have to load the image explicitly through Webpack before passing it to src. And you can do this using require(imagePath).

Example:

text-html-basic
<expandable-image
  :src="require('../assets/image.jpg')"
/>

Props

Prop Default Description
close-on-background-click false Clicking on the background closes the image

Github

TahaSh/vue-expandable-image

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