Thank you for this. I uploaded my photos to Flickr and copied the embed code for the slideshow but Behance says the embed code is not from a trusted site. I guess I'll have to work with the CSS. It seems like such a hassle just to have a simple feature.
glad i could offer a link that was helpful at least in one aspect.
However I think it's quite simple html code that can fix your problem such as embedding an image into an < img > tag and then using an < a href > tag to link to a larger image. You may not have to use CSS. But I don't know how Behance works. I am not yet familiar with the service.
You may have noticed that we recently launched a new Project Editor which was a huge launch for us - for the first time, our image limit is not 600 pixels, but you can upload large, hi-res images up to 1200 px! (and you can choose to use a new "full-bleed" option to expand this to 1400).
So, there is no need for the small (600 px) image with the lightbox pop-up. You can still enable the pop-up lightbox (in Account Settings), but whatever size you upload your image at (1200 px or under), it will display as such within the main body of your project. Then, when you click, you'll be able to see it in a lightbox and progress to the following images.
Hope this helps - let me know if anything else comes up!
Thanks so much Sarah! You're the best
Thanks Markerline for all your help. I know a bit of CSS and HTML. Once I get all my work put up and in place, I may begin to customize it even more using coding.