I'm using NextGEN 1.7.4 and PODS CMS 1.9.5.
On all normal WordPress pages, no matter how deeply nested, NextGEN galleries work as expected. However, I have a number of pages created using PODS CMS. The page template is exactly the same as a normal wordpress template in all ways except instead of The Loop (and hence the_content() ), there's a call to pods_content(), which grabs some PHP and outputs it. The header and footer of my pods.php page template are the same ones as those used by page.php.
meta name='NextGEN' content='1.7.4'
I have wp_head() and wp_footer() exactly where they should be - it's the same header in each case, because I have get_header() calling it - so why is none of the CSS/js loading? None of my other plugins seem to have this problem, and they're all getting loaded into both WP and Pod pages, even jj NextGEN jquery cycle.
I've hardcoded NGGALLERY_URLPATH and NGGALLERY_ABSPATH, but that makes no difference - it works on a WP page, but not on a Pods page. Stuff is simply not getting pulled into the head.