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  • Is there a way to have a page with Imagebrowser, and at the bottom of the page (under Imagebrowseer’s pagination) have gallery-like thumbnails which would instead of showing larger version of image (ie. Thickbox) put the picture you clicked on into the imagebrowser?
    Thanks for answers

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  • I’m trying to do the same thing, I’d too appreciate some help on this.

    Trying to do the same thing. Any luck on your end?

    Hi, I’m trying to do the same thing : a big picture and the gallery thumbnails on the right.
    It’s strange that there isn’t a default template to do that.

    Here’s the link to the post with what you may be attempting?
    Big image with thumbnails

    Hi Lok –

    Thanks for that link, and I would post to that thread but it is closed. All is working quite well, but when I go to this post where the gallery sits, the images are not loading, the link [Show picture list] still appears.

    I was thinking the last bit of JS would solve this, but no luck. Am I reading it incorrectly?

    Thanks – Holling

    Hey Holling,

    I’m not quite sure, but is it possible you have the page set for the slideshow? I would need a link to check the page to see what is actually happening..

    hi Lok –

    Thanks for the response…unfortunately I’m doing dev locally at the moment. The embed code I’m using is simple: [nggallery id=1] . I will look into it further, and post a result if it works.

    Best Holling

    Ah! Problem solved. Under Gallery -> Options -> Gallery Settings , Show First should be set to Thumbnails, NOT Slideshow.

    BTW, I’m using this for an architecture firm which requires text descriptions for the body and excerpt, so I wanted to make it easier for the user to embed the gallery without having to know HTML. Solution was to tweak the single post template using the do_shortcode function, pulling the gallery ID from a custom field attached to the post.

    Makes it easy for the user to create a gallery and then attach it to a post.

    Thanks for the elegant solution to the mini-thumbs under a big image!

    Best – Holling

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