Displays Images (JPG), the corresponding Exif (if available) and provides zoom functionality (based on Lightbox).
Using this simple token in your post:
[exzo url="" title="title"]image.jpg[/exzo] while running the plug-in will provide the standard output (title, image and exif). You have some options while using this filter. If you supply an url, the image will be linked to that url (all except the magnifying glass at the upper left, which will always enlarge the picture if possible). If no url is supplied (i.e.
url=""), the whole image will be linked to the larger image (if available). If there's no thumbnail file the zoom function will be disabled (you'll see no loupe) and the whole picture is either linked to the url (if supplied) or static with no interaction.
As of version v0.b6.5 it's possible to use the token
[exif img="image.jpg] to display the Exif only.
As of version v0.b7.2 it's possible to show the image and suppress the exif output using
[zonoex url="" title=""]image.jpg[/zonoex]
As of v0.b6 you can write your own template for the Title and the Exif section. For example the template for my title looks like this:Title %title%
Notice the token words
%title%. See the next section for a small token overview.
There's quite a few tokens that are theoretically possible. Some are dependent on the values set in the admin panel, others are basic EXIF and yet others are EXIF written by software like Photoshop.
the following tokens are standard EXIF tags. Most are self explanatory - I've still added the value of each tag from my sample picture.
As this is but a small subset of all possible tokens, see webpage for a complete list.
Here are some EXIF grabbed from the PS XML inside the Exif aux field. These might vary if you are not using PS and are hence provided with limited support.
This WordPress plug is released under the GPL and is provided with absolutely no warranty (as if?). For support leave a comment and we'll see what the community has to say.