NextGEN Gallery
[resolved] Blank spots where there should be images in gallery (8 posts)

  1. DosDoodles
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi there...this was working great, and then I don't know what happened! :-(

    I have two galleries on a page:

    The first gallery displays fine and the second one has most rows complete, but a couple of rows have random blank spots. I know this happened after I adjusted the thumbnails to make them bigger, didn't like how it turned out and put them back to the normal size. Then I went in and changed all the thumbnails that didn't crop well automatically. After that, I noticed a problem with the gallery.

    I deleted the page and made a new one, same issue. I've tried several other things, including deactivating and reactivating the plug in. I'm going to try deleting and reinstalling the plug-in to see if that works...I hope I don't lose all my work... :-?

    If anyone knows why this is happening I'd really appreciate your insight! :-) Thanks.

  2. DosDoodles
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I'm re-posting this problem. I don't know if the author has seen this post or if he participates on this forum. I dug around for a while and didn't see him contributing to any posts...

    If someone is a maven at this stuff, I'd be grateful for some help. My next problem solving thought is to delete my gallery and re-do it. But that's a lot of pictures to have to reconfigure! :-(

    In the meantime, my gallery looks stupid with holes in it. Double sad face! :-((

  3. crocodileEddie
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Exactly the same problem!

    Can't offer a solution, just moral support and a bump ha ha!
    Btw, terrific plugin, I am impressed as hell, even with this hitch. Been trying to find a solution but all the posts I am finding are from 2009, so I think we are the only ones with this issue.

    Found some code to change nggallery.css but that didn't help. I am developing http://www.art-werx.com there you can see the problem. Usually the solution is simple. Hope we find it.


  4. DosDoodles
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Oh, I didn't make my way over to the forum to post the solution. Alex, the developer emailed me and I got a chance to ask him personally. Here's what he suggested and it worked like a charm.

    Go to gallery options -> tab "gallery" -> Number of columns -> change this to 4 and test your page again

    I'm with you. This plug in is awesome. I encourage everyone to donate to Alex so he keeps making great plug-ins for us!! :=)

  5. crocodileEddie
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Well I'll be!

    I knew it would be simple, just not simple to find :)
    Thanks a million DosDoodles, works perfectly.


  6. DosDoodles
    Posted 4 years ago #

    YAY TO ALEX! I hope he makes more great plug-ins. Best to you. Hope your blog does well and is fun to do!

  7. crocodileEddie
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Yeah, so far it has been pretty amazing. Frustrating in bits, but why should cms be different from anything else right? I just knew from the start if I kept pushing it would be worth it, and I reckon it has already been more than that!

    Also thanks to people like you who post a solution for searchers like me to find.


  8. crocodileEddie
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Edit: also for sum schmuck who only did a wee bit of html to make my own site, these new toys are blowing my mind. I mean a search function on your own site,.... that works!


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