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  • Plugin Author kristarella

    (@kristarella)

    At the moment it’s not possible in the plugin itself (it wasn’t needed since you couldn’t insert multiple images at once). When you insert all those images is it using the gallery shortcode or is it inserting the code for each individual image?

    Jaabie

    (@jamieacowangmailcom)

    Hi, thanks for getting back to me, As far as I know (i’m no expert) it is not using the gallery code, it is inserting the images one by one.

    Do you think it will be a lot of work to enable your (excellent) plugin to input the information after each of the photos?

    I think your plugin has VAST potential in the wordpress photography community, I think all blogs will love it, if the functionality can be easily modified by thick photographers like me.
    IE, having more tick boxes, and more explanations around the HTML coding part.

    Plugin Author kristarella

    (@kristarella)

    Do you think it will be a lot of work to enable your (excellent) plugin to input the information after each of the photos?

    At this point I have no idea how much work it might be; if WordPress has the right filters in place then it might be easy.

    Good to know I’m not the only one with the same problem. Want to do the same what Jamie has on his blog, for each photo show the exif data on mouse over. The html and css part to do so is not a problem. Like you already wrote, the problem is to add the exif data into the gallery shortcode, so the data gets pulled for the entire gallery.

    I’ve been checking the media.php file and some post how to rewrite the output for the gallery shortcode, but had no luck so far figuring out what to do. Tried some things to add to the function.php file but, i don’t understand that much what to do. All I know where the code should go…

    <{$icontag} class='gallery-icon'>
    		$link
    		EXIF INFO HERE
    	</{$icontag}>"
    		....
    	<{$captiontag} class='wp-caption-text gallery-caption'>
    		" . wptexturize($attachment->post_excerpt) . "
    		EXIF INFO HERE
    	</{$captiontag}>";

    For the mouse over it should be the gallery-icon and for the caption the galler-caption part.

    Would be great if this would work

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