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[Resolved] Random Order from any of the networks

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  • Plugin Author Sayontan Sinha

    @sayontan

    Will any of these (Picasa, 500px, Flickr) support a random order to be grabbed?

    This is more dependent on the source than on the plugin. I don’t believe any of them offers the option to pull random photos (I checked all their APIs).

    Also – is it impossible to get all the sizes to match? Looks like Flickr can be 140px.

    Picasa lets you provide your own size, so you can try and match it with whatever Flickr gives you.

    Hey – thanks for the response!
    That makes sense on the random call.
    I didn’t see 140px as on option on the plugins end (only 75, 100, or 240) for Flickr but I got it to look good here so I’m happy!:
    http://stustustudio.com/social-gallery
    Thanks!

    If I wanted to adjust some of the effects on the thumbnails where would I achieve that (Looking to make images dark before rollover instead of light)
    Thanks,
    ~Mike

    Plugin Author Sayontan Sinha

    @sayontan

    Typically an edit in your theme’s style.css file should help. I use the “opacity” of the image this way:

    .photonic-flickr-image img, .photonic-picasa-image img, .photonic-500px-image img, .photonic-smug-image img {
        opacity: 0.75;
    }
    .photonic-flickr-image a:hover img, .photonic-picasa-image a:hover img, .photonic-500px-image a:hover img, .photonic-smug-image a:hover img {
        opacity: 1;
    }

    This keeps it light by default and darkens it upon hover. For the reverse I believe you will have to add some more stuff:

    .photonic-flickr-image a, .photonic-picasa-image a, .photonic-500px-image a, .photonic-smug-image a {
        background-color: #000 !important;
        margin: 5px !important;
    }
    .photonic-flickr-image a:hover img, .photonic-picasa-image a:hover img, .photonic-500px-image a:hover img, .photonic-smug-image a:hover img {
        margin: 0 !important;
    }

    Make sure you put the “!important” (or use a higher CSS specificity for the selectors above).

    Thanks so much! Your support rocks man 🙂
    Check it out – I shared about your plugin earlier: http://goo.gl/KunFv
    Thanks – I’ll give that a go right away!

    Plugin Author Sayontan Sinha

    @sayontan

    Thanks for the mention.

    Let me know in case of any other questions, or you can mark this thread “Resolved” from the right.

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