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AutoNav Graphical Navigation and Gallery Plugin
AutoNav Pulling 2nd image rather than firs (5 posts)

  1. steph77pm
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I've been using autoNav for a while with no problems. However, I recently replaced an image in a page and deleted the unused image as to not cause a conflict with the plugin but now autoNav is pulling the 2nd image rather than the first. I have no idea why this one particular image while the others are fine.

    Please help this is driving me and my client batty.

    Thank you,



  2. wlindley
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    These are attached images? Autonav should respect the order as defined in the media library editing screens. What exactly invocation of the shortcode are you using?

  3. steph77pm
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I'm using [autonav display="images" pics_only="1"]. I checked the edit screen and couldn't reorder them like I could if they were in a gallery. It's the strangest thing. Perhaps I need to invoke a different shortcode?

  4. wlindley
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    And how are the child pages setup, does each one have attached images, or do they have the subpage_thumb custom field set? As a workaround you should be able to set the subpage_thumb custom field, for the pages that show the wrong images, to either a full URL (http://......) to the actual thumbnail you wan (it will not be resized) or a path relative to the wp-content/uploads directory (2011/07/image.jpg).

  5. steph77pm
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thank you for your response, I'm a little confused as to where I need to add the URL. Where is the subpage_thumb custom field? Also, I would prefer it to be sized properly so when the user clicks the image it can load the larger image.

    To answer your question, yes each child page has images inserted into the post, some have one and others have two. I have no idea about the subpage_thumb custom field.

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