My theme apparently wraps every
![Image](source) in another set of
<a href=""></a> tags that point to the source for the image. If you’re trying to generate galleries with a shortcode using fancyboxes, this default behavior is going to bite you in the ass. I forced the behavior to what I want/expect by copying
themes/even into my blog root
assets/js/. Then I hacked out the fancyboxes references in both files and regenerated. Boom, galleries work, and I didn’t lose anything of value in any previous posts. It’s a win/win for my specific situation.
Now, if you’re relying on fancyboxes to do the heavy lifting without taking advantage of page bundles or shortcode gallery generation, I don’t know how to help you. Nor do I really want to, because that’s outside the scope of what I’m trying to do. Anyways, just figured I’d post up the progress. Maybe this will help someone.