ZenphotoPress provides an easy way to include Zenphoto images into your blog. It supports shortcode and widgets.
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The easiest way is to let ZenphotoPress generate it for you: there is an option in the ZenphotoPress popup window.
The most basic shortcode works pretty much like the [gallery] shortcode in WordPress (except it fetches images from Zenphoto, of course):
You can also specify one or more of the following parameters: sort (how to sort images), number (how many images to show) and album (where to pick the images from).
[zenphotopress sort=random number=3 album=0]
For more information, see the file howto_shortcode.txt in the plugin's root directory.
I'm glad you asked :D You can enable a debug mode, which will show more error and info messages. This can be helpful when trying to solve an issue by yourself or when asking for help. To enable debug mode, open the file named classes.php, and change
$zp_eh = new ZenphotoPressErrorHandler(ZP_E_FATAL);
$zp_eh = new ZenphotoPressErrorHandler(ZP_E_ALL);
Please be aware that some of the debug info contains sensitive data relative to the webserver. Keep this in mind when pasting it on the net.
There are many possible reasons. On of them is that your WP plugin folder (or any of its parent folders) is password protected: since ZenphotoPress doesn't know your password, it cannot access the page it uses to collect data.
That's because since 1.2.6 zp-config.php was moved from the zp-core/ folder to the zp-data/ folder. Run the ZenphotoPress configuration once more and everything should be working again.
ZenphotoPress was once called ZenPress. The name was changed since version 1.3, because ZenPress was already a registered trademark.