A widget that accesses your Coppermine Gallery and displays thumbnails on your WordPress page.
|Author:||macmiller (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.2.1|
|WordPress version tested:||3.2.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||29-10-2011|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||2 408|
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The plugin is intended to create a number of links which you can display on your wordpress page. Each link is represented by a thumbnail image which exists within the associated CPG Gallery. Clicking on a link will take you to the associated picture within the CPG application. There are a number of parameters which indicate how many images to display per row and how many columns, along with size information and flexible caption (user defined information).
As one of the parameter driven data points which can be used in the caption is user name. For this reason the plugin will work correctly if the CPG Gallery is 'bridged' to phpbb or not (in the case in which it is bridged, the user name is pulled from the phpbb database).
One of the very nice features of the plug in is that you can specify the maximum number of images for one user (or the maximum number of images for one album). If you are displaying the latest uploaded images and one user has just uploaded a bunch of images, this helps keep the display 'balanced' and present a cross section of images on your page.
This is the generated output for a random image display on the WordPress page.
This is how the screen widgets parameters setting page appears when you click on the widgets page.
This is the generated output for a latest update display on the WordPress page.
The available widget with associated text as it appears under the Appearance -> Widgets page.
Why are tables used?
The formatting of the output is easier in table format. There is also a non-table output option available (set NBR of TBL Cols = -1).
I never worked with CSS before. Can I make this plugin look nice on my blog?
In all likelyhood, no.
I don’t know how to edit a php script. Should I attempt to use this plugin?
In all likelyhood, no.
- Initial release.
- Updated the readme.txt file to the correct format. Added associated images. This update does not require an upgrade for existing plugin users.
- This series of updates only used for SVN experimentation and slight updates to readme.