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[Resolved] [Plugin: glassy] Waiting for your feedback

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  • Blackdfl


    Doesn’t appear to do anything? The instructions say to just upload it and activate – but nothing happens.

    Hi Blackdfl,
    Can you give me your blog url?
    I will check it.

    Yeah… It didn’t work for me too…
    I try it on my localhost…

    Can you check the code source?

    Can you see thoses two lines:
    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”wp-content/plugins/glassy/js/mootools.js”></script>

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”wp-content/plugins/glassy/js/glassy.js”></script>

    Yes, I can see it on my source code…


    Please open again your source.
    Are there a new class called “reflected” on your picture?
    If not, please copy and paste the img code.

    I’m having uses as well.

    I have the js as you asked. and “reflected” is also associated with the picture. Only – no reflection.

    I’ve tried disabling things like ‘Shutter Reloaded’ that may cause problems but at this point – it just doesn’t work.

    http://studio646.com/2008/10/27/deadland-character/ is a URL I’m trying to use it on.


    Jeremy Clark



    devoox you need to specify the full paths to the js files in your plugin. When looking at tadd’s site with firebug it shows that the links are generating 404 because they are only relative paths.


    Ok, as Jeremy said, the .js files are the problem. But there are TWO problems. One is the file structure. You had it like this.



    Really, not a big deal – except that you were not calling the js.

    I moved all the files to just plain ol’ /glassy/ and edited my glassy.php

    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.studio646.com/wp-content/plugins/glassy/js/mootools.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.studio646.com/wp-content/plugins/glassy/js/glassy.js"></script>

    While this only fixes it for me, at least then people can see what I did.

    Now the file structure is like this:


    It works decently. Needs a bit more work for customization. And why, may I ask, does it force the img to center? I’m sure it’s something in the glassy.js and easy to edit if you find it – but kind of weird to force it.

    Overall a nice plug in and I’ll be happy to use it.

    As others have noticed, it does fugg-all. So I de-activated it even faster than I initially activated it. Oh dear, how sad, never mind.

    Jaap Verduijn.

    Hi all, Thank you for your message.
    I will update glassy plugin in a few hours and fix this two issues…

    I have some problem for update the plugin here so until i fix it, you can find the new version of this plugin : http://devoox.com/bluvoox/2.0.zip.Both of issues are fixed.

    I have updated glassy to 0.2 but it still not working…

    But, when I moved js folder from glassy/glassy/js into glassy/js like taddmencer explained, it works!!

    Ah.. One more…

    How about image alignment?? Can we adjust it when using this plugin??
    Thank you…

    Hi, now the image alignment is in left. I will add a module for be able to edit it from from admin.
    You want a center alignement?

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