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  • Resolved igid26

    (@igid26)


    How to display images BP media in member header?
    http://rtcamp.com/files/2012/08/images.jpg
    I used the code

    function show_last_n_images($n=5){
        if(bp_displayed_user_id()){
        global $bp;
        $args = array(
                    'post_type' => 'bp_media',
                    'author' => $bp->displayed_user->id,
                    'meta_key' => 'bp_media_type',
                    'meta_value' => 'image',
                    'meta_compare' => 'LIKE',
                    'posts_per_page' => $n
                );
        $q=new WP_Query($args);
    
        if ($q && $q->have_posts()):
            echo '<ul id="groups-list" class="bp-media-gallery item-list">';
            while ($q->have_posts()) : $q->the_post();
                bp_media_the_content();
            endwhile;
            echo '</ul>';
        endif;
        }
    }

    But after the update does not work

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-media

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  • Plugin Contributor Saurabh Shukla

    (@saurabhshukla)

    https://github.com/rtCamp/buddypress-media/blob/master/app/main/profile/BPMediaTemplate.php#L123-138

    $mytemplate = new BPMediaTemplate();
    $mytemplate->the_content();

    Instead of bp_media_the_content(); should do the trick. If it gives an error saying class not found, you might have to include the file.

    Regards.

    Plugin Contributor Saurabh Shukla

    (@saurabhshukla)

    Also this is not the exact copy paste code and I’m just pointing out the direction.

    igid26

    (@igid26)

    Did you mean this?

    function show_last_n_images($n=5){
    if(bp_displayed_user_id()){
    global $bp;
    $args = array(
    ‘post_type’ => ‘bp_media’,
    ‘author’ => $bp->displayed_user->id,
    ‘meta_key’ => ‘bp_media_type’,
    ‘meta_value’ => ‘image’,
    ‘meta_compare’ => ‘LIKE’,
    ‘posts_per_page’ => $n
    );
    $q=new WP_Query($args);

    if ($q && $q->have_posts()):
    echo ‘<ul id=”groups-list” class=”bp-media-gallery item-list”>’;
    while ($q->have_posts()) : $q->the_post();
    $mytemplate = new BPMediaTemplate();
    $mytemplate->the_content();
    endwhile;
    echo ”;
    endif;
    }
    }

    Plugin Contributor Saurabh Shukla

    (@saurabhshukla)

    No, we’ve rewritten more code after that last reply. We’re still refactoring the queries, so this will change again. However, as of now, you’d do this:

    <?php
    function show_last_n_images($n=5){
        if(bp_is_my_profile()){
            $n = $n +1;
        }
        $query = new BPMediaQuery();
        $args = $query->init('image',false,$n);
        $q = new WP_Query($args);
        if ($q && $q->have_posts()){
            echo '<ul id="groups-list" class="bp-media-gallery item-list">';
            while ($q->have_posts()) : $q->the_post();
                $mytemplate = new BPMediaTemplate();
                $mytemplate->the_content();
            endwhile;
        }
    }
    ?>

    You’d need to remember that if a user visits his own profile, we show him one less media to make space for the uploader. That is why we increase the count by 1.

    Regards.

    Can you explain how I can show the images under a users profile tab instead of the Media tab and is there a way to add a lightbox to them?

    Thanks

    Tried the code above but no joy!

    Plugin Contributor Saurabh Shukla

    (@saurabhshukla)

    @darwin1995

    The code above works to show the last n images next to the user’s display pic, irrespective of the tab the user is on. I’m not sure if this is what you are trying to acheive. Could you probably share a wireframe or a screenshot of the idea?

    The other I’ve already answered here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-enable-lightbox-for-the-album-and-private-for-group

    Regards.

    Saurabh Shukla thank you for the help works great.

    Hi there again,

    Can you tell me which .php file I’m supposed to paste this into and where?

    Many thanks

    Plugin Contributor Saurabh Shukla

    (@saurabhshukla)

    @darwin1995

    Wherever you want this to appear. Kindly acquaint yourself with BuddyPress’s theme structure. Or, you could speak to @igid26 if you want a similar solution as his.

    @igid26

    Could you share your solution in details?

    Regards.

    Hi @igid26,

    Would really appreciate your help on this as I can’t seem to get this feature to work on the Buddypress Mingle theme that I’m using but I may not be putting the code into the right .php file or possibly just into the wrong place of my member-header.php file

    Thanks

    I created a file bp-custom.php which I put in directory plugins.DIR. To bp-custom.php I put code

    <?php function show_last_n_images($n=5){ if(bp_is_my_profile()){ $n = $n +1; } $query = new BPMediaQuery(); $args = $query->init('image',false,$n); $q = new WP_Query($args); if ($q && $q->have_posts()){ echo '<ul id="groups-list" class="bp-media-gallery item-list">'; while ($q->have_posts()) : $q->the_post(); $mytemplate = new BPMediaTemplate(); $mytemplate->the_content(); endwhile; } } ?>

    And then I put the member-header.php
    <?php show_last_n_images($n=5); ?>

    Sorry for my english 😀

    Code is working and I’ve been able to get images to appear however no matter what i set n to I always get 6 images displaying also regardless of whether it’s my profile or not.

    Any ideas?

    Hi and thanks everyone for the code

    I just try it as @igid26 said and could get it work. But 3 questions:

    1. How can I define a different size for this images?
    2. Is any way to make the lightbox works with this images? Now when I click on an image, it takes me to the image page.
    3. All the images are one next to the other. How can I put an space between image and image?
    4. All the images are right aligned, how can I left aligned them?
    5. How can I show only the images without the name below the image?

    Thanks in advance!

    @andres Felipe

    All of your questions should be possible using custom CSS code. Use firebug or similiar website analysis software to find the relevant div/img classes and ID’s and add CSS to your theme’s CSS files

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