Juicebox HTML5 Image Gallery Giveaway

Win one of five licenses for Juicebox, the ultimate and modern HTML5 image gallery with mobile support.

Juicebox Giveaway

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Juicebox is a responsive HTML5 image gallery that works in all modern browsers and mobile devices. Today you can win one of 5 Juicebox-Pro licenses worth $49 each.

About Juicebox

Juicebox is a fully customizable image gallery built with HTML5 to work on all modern web devices. Juicebox galleries look great out-of-the-box, featuring intuitive image navigation and smart image pre-loading. Juicebox galleries can be easily embedded in any webpage using the provided embed code.


Check out some demos here: Juicebox HTML5 image gallery demos

Juicebox-Pro Gallery features include:

  • Auto-Play Mode
  • Back Button and direct-link support
  • Fullscreen Mode
  • Audio playback
  • Full Flickr integration


Juicebox-Pro is a one-time purchase with no recurring fees. Each purchase includes free upgrades within the same major version number. Juicebox-Pro customers get fast, friendly customer support via the support forums and email.

Fully Customizable

Use over 70 configuration options to define gallery appearance and behavior including fonts, colors, layout, button icons and preloaders. For more advanced customization you can modify or create custom themes by modifying theme CSS and images files.

Use the built-in Javascript API to control Juicebox galleries from the embedding page.


Full Mobile Support

Juicebox galleries automatically scale and adapt to work on both large and small screens. Designed and tested to run on iPhone, iPad and Android tablets and phones. Touch device support handles swipe gestures to navigate images and tap to toggle image overlay.



JuiceboxBuilder is a desktop application that allows you to easily build Juicebox galleries; automatically resize images, generate thumbnails and create the required files to upload to your website. Drag and drop images to add them to a gallery and optionally apply watermarking. JuiceboxBuilder allows you to configure and preview over 70 Pro configuration options.

There is also the option of building Juicebox galleries using WordPress, Lightroom, PhotoShop or Picasa via the provided plugins.



Juicebox also comes as a free Lite version for you to try out. The lite version has limited config options and a 50 image limit per gallery. Download it here.


The Prize

You can win one of five Juicebox-Pro Single Licenses worth $49 each.

How to enter

To get a chance to win one of five Juicebox-Pro licenses, simply do the following:

  • Leave a comment below and tell us why you’d like to try Juicebox-Pro.
  • Share this giveaway on a social network of your choice. You can also use this tweet button:

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Good luck to everybody!

This giveaway ended on January 17, 2013, 10 p.m. GMT+0.

The Winners

We are happy to announce the following winners of the giveaway:

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Thank you all for participating!

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  1. Would love to use it on the website I’m building for my self as well as some other projects.

  2. Hi there,

    I’ve so many live photos from my band to share (and I’m designing a website for us right now) so this would be an instant pleasure to have on the site :)!

    ~ Benni

  3. Would be amazing for my new real estate web project! it will be responsive design, and that’s a great solution to show the image in this gallery! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hey , i’m Ryan and i just started developing my own designs. It’s a step i had to make to learn more about the web & mobile, and i had the pleasure to learn it through some of the codrops tuts.

    I’m looking for some js full screen slider, that would scale based on the viewport.

    I’m thinking that Juicebox is just the right tool i would need for my main view and it would scale nicely on ipads and iphones.
    If not, im trying to get it work through one of Mary Lou’s tutorials: http://tympanus.net/codrops/2012/06/05/fullscreen-slit-slider-with-jquery-and-css3/

    As i type i’m trying out the lite version.

    You can check some of my latest projects on:


    More info:


  5. I’m studying IT and we’re working with HTML, PhotoShop, etc. This would help me build up my hompage.

  6. Because I’ve tried about a dozen slideshow/gallery apps in several responsive designs, and none of them work properly (or even close to properly) across all the platforms I would like to support. I also need to generate galleries from within WordPress, and JuiceBox has a plugin for that, which is nice.

  7. i have a job on a web-agency and i would try to use this to improve my performance.

  8. This would be perfect for a project I am currently working on and would love to use it! Would help to add a level of polish I really want but save me much time in the process to worry about security and deeper level stuff.

  9. Because this would help me a great deal to get to the polished look I am looking for or the responsive website I am building for a travel agency

  10. I’m working on creating a new portfolio site in order to find employment. Juicebox looks like a great way to show off my photography with mobile friendly support.

  11. Hi there!

    I’m currently working on a project to develop economic alternatives for sea turtle fishermen in Caribbean Nicaragua. This pilot project is going to create a small ecotourism business owned by local miskitu fishers, who will take tourists out to sea on turtle-watch tours. The project will provide them with an alternative source of income while it will encourage sea turtle conservation. It would basically show turtle fishermen that a turtle is worth more alive than dead.

    Right now, I’m in the process of creating a website for this project and the Juicebox Pro image gallery would be a great element for the site!


  12. Since I love juicebox, I present my favorite juicebox quote of all time from “Kicking & Screaming“:

    Phil Weston: You’re my assistant. You’re supposed to back me up and go get me juiceboxes whenever I want. Now go get me a juicebox!
    Phil Weston: I’m talkin’ to the juicebox guy!
    Mike Ditka: You’re crazy!
    Phil Weston: I’m not crazy, I’m just thirsty!

  13. juicebox looks to provide a very powerful customizable gallery that I could utilize in my photography portfolio. This this would be great for it and would look amazing

  14. The feature list is amazing. The desktop app is a plus. The main reason I want to try Juicebox is to create a Joomla extension to use on the joomla website I develop.
    I think if i could create a way users can buy a license and enter it in the extension for the full version I would upload the extension for free.(only the extension would be free they would have to get a juicebox license)

  15. Oh yes please,
    I really love to create a lovely gallery
    to present my examples of graphics I have completed.
    Thank You.

  16. I’m building a gallery site right now and Mr Google, he tells me that JuiceBox is the best – would love to give it a try!

  17. I’d love to try this in an upcoming mobile app I’m working on. Licensing permitting, of course. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  18. gallery or slideshow becomes one of the a-must things in every websites nowadays, I’ve tried some other galleries and can say that each has its own benefits, so I look forward to having a chance to have my hand dirty using this gallery to enrich my knowledge and hopefully make its customization to the best


  19. I want it because I’m already very curious about what I would learn from this code. I hope I win!

  20. I have a series of images I have wanted to save to a carousel or gallery. I like the features of automatic resizing and its responsive design, SInce I have over a hundred images, the Lite version simply won’t work.

  21. I’d like to test the fullscreen mode. I need a fullscreen gallery and I’m testing some HTML5 image galleries.

  22. It’s difficult to find an image gallery that covers all aspects of good, responsive design and usability. I’d love to get my hands on that for future projects.