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About the caption, I know Max gallery plugin does include it in it’s output. I suppose someone who’s php savvy could lift the code from there. What I would like is also the possibility to format how the caption is displayed through CSS.
For example, if I write a new item on my blog and use a copyrighted image, I want to be able to include the copyright notice AND a caption, both sized differently. If I can’t use CSS to handle the formatting, I got a major problem.
I’m not able to download version 0.2 from your website, even though the text link’s filename seems to be 0_2. Could you check that link? I’m looking forward to the wraptag addition. This plugin is a pleasure to use so far, great work!
Also, I really like the additional txp:image_caption hack just above this post, wonderful job.
Last edited by odinsdream (2004-10-08 20:55:06)
Hmm.. question: if I’m using
<code><txp:cgd_dynagallery cat=“People” usethumbs=“1” wraptag=“div” /> </code>
shouldn’t I get a div-based output? Instead, I get the likes of
<code><table class=“dynaGallery” cellspacing=“1”>
It does not really affect me, but I just noticed it, and was wondering. .
the plugin is coded with a table based layout built in so theres really no way around it. i believe the div tag will just wrap the table.
I too only get version 0.1, instead of v0.2. Also, since you have to specify a category, could it be possible to load an image automatically when the category page loads, similar to Max’s plugin?
Or possibly get the plugin to use the global category?
I have two galleries I would like to display and I’m not sure how to display the second category since I have to specify which category to use in the tag. Any ideas?
made a minor modification to this plugin so that <code>$cat</code> in the links was changed to <code>urlencode($cat)</code>.
Eliminated %20 in the URL for categories that have spaces in the name…it’s a little cleaner that way. I really like this plugin!
Last edited by rayne (2004-11-30 22:26:25)
I love this gallery plugin, … the problem I’m having is I have several categories of photos, but I don’t want to display them all on one page.
Instead I want to somehow make the cat=… dynamic. I currently have the links I want set as so a href=”?c=category…. is there something in PHP where I can grab the “c” value and display the corresponding category’s gallery that was clicked/selected?
thanks in advance…
Last edited by ddsoul (2004-12-03 20:11:36)