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[resolved] NextGEN-Galleryview Gallery ID# includes post ID (5 posts)

  1. cdragin
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I've been using Galleryview for years for my portfolio. I've redesigning my website on a new host, and only wanted to keep a few things from the original, including the configuration of the galleries.

    I installed NextGen Gallery and NextGen Galleryview (latest versions) on my new website, and imported the data for the appropriate tables from the old website. All the images and descriptions are there, and the NextGen Gallery Sidebar Widget is working just as it did before.

    But the pages where I'm using Galleryview are blank. I looked under the hood, and it appears that somehow the post ID# is being appended to the gallery ID#, but I have no idea how this is happening. So the code I type in is [nggallery id=12 template=galleryview] but when I view source what I see is

    <!-- Css to hide gallery unitl loads --></p>
    <style>
    #ngg-gallery-12-44{display:none;}
    </style>
    <div id="ngg-gallery-12-44" class="galleryview">
    <ul class="ngg-gallery-12-44">

    44 is the number of the post ID.

    I tried appending the 44 in the shortcode, but then I just get an error message instead of a blank page.

    The original page is at redberetdesign.com/portfolio/branding.
    New page is at redberetdesign.wpengine.com/portfolio/branding.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nextgen-galleryview2/

  2. cdragin
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Tried activating Twenty-Twelve in case it was a conflict with the theme (Thesis 2), but that made no difference.

  3. cdragin
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Had to manually add the page IDs into the gallery table in the database. However, the gallery is still not loading. The style to hide the gallery is active; the rest of the code (when viewed in Firebug) is grayed out. I added my a copy of the template in my theme, and commented out the css to hide while loading, and then nothing loaded at all (blank page and no code other than an empty p).

  4. cdragin
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Pasted the grayed-out code from the page into a test page.

    The images show up just fine...unstyled, but they are there.

  5. cdragin
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    PROBLEM SOLVED!!!
    There is a conflict with another plug-in, Lizatom Shortcodes, which I had activated but wasn't really using anyway.

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