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1.8.2 Broke Videogallery (6 posts)

  1. h3p315t05
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Since I've updated the Plugin a hour ago the Gallery is broken. I always get the message:Message from server: Bad Request. Check in YouTube if the id AuReaTV belongs to a user. To locate the id of your user check the FAQ of the plugin.
    Thats the right user ID
    I Want to add this channel:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/AuReaTV

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/youtube-channel-gallery/

  2. PoseLab
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi h3p315t05

    It is working well in my tests. Could you check that all your data is well? Could you send me your shortcode or a url?

  3. h3p315t05
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I replaced the Plugin with the 1.7.10 Version from my backups and now it is working well.
    My shortcode:
    [Youtube_Channel_Gallery feed="user" user="AuReaTV" feedorder="desc" videowidth="1040" ratio="16x9" theme="dark" color="white" quality="high" autoplay="1" rel="1" showinfo="1" maxitems="999" thumbwidth="288" thumbratio="16x9" thumbcolumns="1" title="1" description="1" thumbnail_alignment="left" descriptionwordsnumber="50" link_window="0"]

  4. PoseLab
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi h3p315t05

    Update to version 1.8.5

  5. h3p315t05
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi PoseLab
    With the new update the gallery works again, but now my custom css broke. I had to change "ul.ytchagallery" from "overflow:hidden" to "visible". You wrote is with a !important so I was'nt able to do is even with !important after my code. So i had change the style.css from the Plugin. This prevents me from updates in the future. Could you fix or could you give a workaround or so one?
    Thanks

  6. PoseLab
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi h3p315t05

    A plugin with a front-end needs to use css with !important declarations so that the css of the theme does not overwrite the css of the plugin. If you need to override some css of the plugin from your theme to customize the appearance of the plugin you can do it by adding a class or an id with the !important declaration.

    For example, to overwrite:
    ul.ytchagallery{overflow: hidden!important;}

    You can add in the css of your theme:
    .ytchagallery.ytccf {overflow: auto!important;}

    or you can add before an id of your theme (#widget is an example):
    #widget .ytchagallery {overflow: auto!important;}

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