SYG is a nice plugin that gives you a fast way, to add multiple and fully customizable ajax video galleries from different sources in your blog!
You could find more information about bugs and issues at Sliding YouTube Gallery support forum.
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If you want to display user's channel feed, you have to insert only the username. If you want to display a YouTube playlist, you have to specify the full playlist url. If you want to specify manually a video list, you must insert videos url separated by a new line.
To display a Sliding YouTube Gallery in a page or post, you must use the short code [syg_gallery id=your_gallery_id] .
To display a Sliding YouTube Gallery within a template you must call the getGallery function, for example
<?php echo getGallery(array('id' => 1)); ?>.
To display a video page in a page or post, you must use the short code [syg_page id=your_gallery_id] .
To display a video page within a template you must use the getPage function, for example
<?php echo getPage(array('id' => 1)); ?>.
To display a 3d carousel in a page or post, you must use the short code [syg_carousel id=your_gallery_id] .
To display a 3d carousel within a template you must use the getCarousel function, for example
<?php echo getCarousel(array('id' => 1)); ?>.
To display an Elastislide in a page or post, you must use the short code [syg_elastislide id=your_gallery_id] .
To display an Elastislide within a template you must use the getElastislide function, for example
<?php echo getElastislide(array('id' => 1)); ?>.
Sometimes, some theme could override gallery css settings making your component rendered bad. To customize your galleries you have to use the theme administration page, but if something goes wrong, you can try to fix possible css errors by looking in firebug console for selectors that has been overridden from your theme css. If so, or if you need to customize something specific, you can do using in your css attribute the !important directive.
Requires: 2.7 or higher or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 700+
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