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The article image id is entered under the advanced options menu when you’re writing an article. The article tag and the caption tag above would have to be place on your article form. They would show the image thats associated with the article but you can only have one per article.
I just found this which might be what you’re looking for: glx_image
… and with a small hack to the dca_pop plugin in combination with glx_image plugin you can open not the larger versions of your images self, but within the thumbpop.php file from wilshire’s rss_thumbpop package! Isn’t that cute? :)
My dca_pop version you can find here.
I’m lost on how to use this plugin
1. article ID=3
2. Made an Image Category called article-3
3. Then in the page template that displays article 3 I put:
<code><txp:rss_thumbpop mode=“table” articlethumbs=“1” label=“My Pictures” pagepop=“1” /></code>
Problem is no thunbnails show up.
What am I doing wrong here?
Got it working.
<code><txp:article form=“thumb_pop” /></code>
<code><txp:output_form form=“thumb_pop” /></code>
Last edited by lee (2005-02-05 15:41:29)
Is it poss to make the caption below the thumb clickable?
No, its not possible now. It wouldn’t be that difficult to add if you wanted but I don’t think I’ll be releasing a new version that soon.
hello, i want to say thank you to you and all the textpattern comunitty, it seems it’s just what i was looking for. Great work, seriously
And now the asks :)
I would like to combine the image_index standard function (when you click on a thumbnail it displays the image in a new page like here:
but add to it the flexibility of rss_thumbpop to sort the thumbnails by descending date, and do the page limit.
I am a week into php and 2 months into web design, is it very difficult to get done?
Changing the plugin not to use article pages instead of popups would be a pretty major change. You might want to take a look at something like cgd_gallery which might be better suited for this.
You could also rethink how you’re doing it. Maybe each poster could be an article and you could use article_custom to get the sorting you want.