Support » Fixing WordPress » Gallery thumbnail links to medium size image rather than full size

  • Resolved Jonas Grumby

    (@ss_minnow)


    Hi everyone,

    I just created a gallery and noticed that when you click a thumbnail, you get the medium size image, and if you click that, then you get the full-size image. Is there a way to make the thumbnail link directly to the full-size image?

    Also, the idea was to use Lightbox 2 with ByREV Gallery Pagination for WordPress. Although ByREV Gallery Pagination for WordPress works great, it seems like Lightbox 2 has stopped working since installing it. I’m going to look for a different Lightbox plugin and hopefully that will fix that issue.

    Thanks

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  • Jonas Grumby

    (@ss_minnow)

    jQuery Lightbox For Native Galleries Settings plugin fixed both issues!

    Now I just have to redo some pages that were not done with typical WordPress galleries.

    Thanks

    Jonas Grumby

    (@ss_minnow)

    BTW, I’m finding that now if I delete an image from the gallery, I get this message:

    Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/johnn7/public_html/vnf/wp-content/plugins/byrev-gallery-pagination-for-wordpress/byrev-gallery-ajax.php:90) in /home/johnn7/public_html/vnf/wp-content/plugins/eshop/eshop.php on line 48

    De-activating and re-activating ByREV Gallery Pagination makes the error go away.

    Jonas Grumby

    (@ss_minnow)

    Paginated Gallery is not as nice looking and causes the links to the next pages to open in a Lightbox overlay. I don’t see any other plugins for paginating galleries. Any suggestions?

    Jonas Grumby

    (@ss_minnow)

    Ok, turning off Quick Cache Support and Ajax Pagination fixes the problem with ByREV Gallery Pagination. Seems to be working as intended now…

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