Insert a directory of images in a post with on the fly generation of thumbnails.
<!--more-->marker after the first five thumbnails) and for each image a picture post will be generated. The thumbnails have links to the picture posts and the pictures have links to the full resolution images.
There are a number of options that can be confgured via the PictPress options form that can be reached from the WordPress options pages.
The strings used for title etc. can contain the following variables:
%aperture%, EXIF aperture setting
%comment%, JPEG comment
%date%, EXIF DateTimeOriginal
%digitized%, EXIF DateTimeDigitized
%edited%, edited date
%exif%, table with all info returned by
%exposure%, EXIF ExposureTime
%focallength%, EXIF FocalLength
%height%, height of image in pixels
%iso%, EXIF ISOSpeedRatings
%make%, camera manufactureer
%model%, camera model
%modified%, file modified date
%size%, file size in bytes
%sizekb%, file size in kilobytes
%sizemb%, file size in megabytes
%title%, title of picture post
%width%, width of image in pixels
The following template functions can be used in index.php/sidebar.php:
pp_prev_thumb()Generate thumbnail for previous picture post if applicable.
pp_next_thumb()Generate thumbnail for next picture post if applcable.
pp_navigation()Generate navigation section with thumbnail for previous picture post and thumbnail for next picture post, if applicable.
pp_the_parent_title()Print the title of the parent post if applicable. Meant to be used before the_title() in the post loop.
pp_edit_subtitles_link($link = 'Edit Subtitles', $before = '', $after = '')Print link to edit-subtitles page for current post.
PictPress recognizes a number of HTML comment strings and expands them:
<!--pp-thumb url-->expands to a thumbnail image pointing to the post with the specified url.