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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.

    thomasgrimes

    (@thomasgrimes)

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

    Donquiweb

    (@donquiweb)

    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.

    lok1728

    (@lok1728)

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

    holling

    (@holling)

    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

    lok1728

    (@lok1728)

    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..

    holling

    (@holling)

    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

    holling

    (@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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