Support » Plugin: Photonic Gallery & Lightbox for Flickr, SmugMug, Google Photos & Others » Multiple gallery / sliders on one page

  • Resolved kervadecg

    (@kervadecg)


    Hello,

    How can I create several different gallery on one single page ?
    If I create 2 galleries, at the end of the first slide show, it continues to the second one.

    Thanks for your support

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  • Plugin Author Sayontan

    (@sayontan)

    If I create 2 galleries, at the end of the first slide show, it continues to the second one.

    I believe that I have tested this quite thoroughly, so it should not happen. Can you point me to a URL where this is happening?

    Thread Starter kervadecg

    (@kervadecg)

    Thank you for your very fast answer.

    Here is an example : https://3amu.com/test/

    Plugin Author Sayontan

    (@sayontan)

    What you are seeing is not a Photonic lightbox. You have another plugin (“Meow Lightbox”?) – that is interfering with Photonic galleries. You need to disable that plugin, or prevent it from targeting Photonic’s galleries.

    Thread Starter kervadecg

    (@kervadecg)

    OK, you are right. After deactivating Meow, it works perfectly. As recommended, I customised Photonic to have a specific Shortcode in order to avoid a conflict with Meow but this was not enough.

    Thanks a lot and all my apologize to have disturb you by a false problem.

    Plugin Author Sayontan

    (@sayontan)

    As recommended, I customised Photonic to have a specific Shortcode in order to avoid a conflict with Meow but this was not enough.

    The shortcode and the lightbox are two different things. The shortcode runs on the server and will fetch your photos. The lightbox runs on the browser, and will show your photos in a specific way.

    Meow Gallery also uses the gallery shortcode, and sometimes has the same parameters as Photonic. That causes a conflict and prevents Photonic from running on the server, which is why I offer the custom shortcode functionality. But once the photos are in the browser, the shortcode has no impact.

    Within Photonic the lightbox specifically looks for Photonic’s galleries. That is why Photonic’s lightbox does not affect other photos. Other plugins too can use the same concept and code their lightboxes specifically to work for their galleries instead of all galleries.

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