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Can it be made to selectively disable links on thumbnails? (2 posts)

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  1. Host99c
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi!

    This plugin is halfway to brilliant. Halfway because:

    (1) sometimes, I need the links.

    http://wordpressera.com/

    I'm using a full-size print-screen

      linked
    to a smaller image in order to demo my WordPress themes. THAT link should not be disabled.

    {2} on the other hand, even with your plugin activated, thumbnails (in WordPress galleries) are not disabled, but in my case, I

      want
    them disabled, because I am using my galleries with the Postcards plugin to create an e-card service.

    Postcards adds a link under THUMBNAILS from the gallery. But the darn thumbnails behave like regular images, with a hand appearing, and of course you will click, and you get an image of the image, taking you away from the e-card link below. And from the whole site.

    http://wordpressera.com/theme-gallery-3/

    However, I want my visitors focused on the link

      under
    the thumbnail; and not on the hand on the thumbnail. They will see the larger image inside the window that pops up with the e-card form.

    Question: Is there a way with your plugin to selectively "enable" links that are wanted; and selectively disable links that are not wanted -- i.e., even though they are on thumbnails?

    It would be handy if, in the Admin area to your plugin, there were checkboxes where I could:

    (1) first, globally disable links; and then,

    (2) second, in addition, let's say add a gallery URL to an "exception" field in Admin, so that even though they are thumbnails in that gallery, they will be disabled; -- or, if this can't happen,

    (3) instead of having the bigger image come up from a thumb, and shove the page out of sight .... could that linked image at least be made, by default, to pop up in a window in front of the page?

    (4) last, would be handy of there could be some way to expressly "enable" a link -- in particular links I

      manually
    add in, as opposed to links that are auto-generated by the WordPress system?

    Right now, your plugin disables all links including my manual links; but does not disable links on thumbs.

    This is a brilliant plugin, BTW, I hope it can be taken to the next level.

    Thank you!

  2. Host99c? Your posts were caught in the spam queue and your duplicate posts were deleted including the one where you left unflattering comments regarding that plugin author.

    Plugin authors do not have the ability to delete posts only moderators do. It's been less than an hour and you may want to be a little patient.

    Also? As I mentioned in my other reply:

    Just to get this out of the way and it's important: your domain name violates the WordPress trademark and that's not cool.

    http://wordpressfoundation.org/trademark-policy/
    http://wordpress.org/about/domains/

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