Sharing galleries adds extra Back button
I found an issue with sharing galleries. My original thread was here where you helped me share galleries between sites.
Using the URL as suggested in the original post works except for the following:
The Gallery screen adds a Back button at the bottom – see this image.
When you click the Back button, the gallery displays the entire current screen inside the gallery window.
You can see the issue on this page. Scroll down a bit to see the gallery.
Can you please help?
You can go to WP admin -> FlAGallery -> Facebook -> In “Photo Gallery Facebook Page Generator” section choose galleries and parameters you need (height can’t be in %) -> copy generated url and paste it in iframe.
Gallery will be without back button.
The above got rid of the back button but i have a small dash artifact in front of the gallery. See a screen shot here.
I don’t see anything in my code that might cause this.
FYI – i stumbled across a way that almost works. If you clear out the “Back” field text but don’t close the window, i.e. don’t Update, the Back button goes away when you view the gallery, including its background.
However as soon as you Update the gallery the FlAGallelry forces the “Back” text into the field.
So of the Back Text had an option of “No Back Button” that would remove the back button and treated it as above, that would remove the Back button.
I’ll try to solve Back button issue in next plugin version.
As for the screenshot, I can’t say exactly what is the problem. I need to see real link to say more.
@codeasily – solving the back button would save me so much time – Thank you.
As for the dash at the start, i now know that it only happens on the full screen gallery so it must be something in my code.
Here is a link to the bad page if that helps. http://ezdockdealer.com/resources/galleries/before-and-after/
Try to edit with notepad this file ‘/wp-content/plugins/flash-album-gallery/facebook.php’ and delete this dash if it exists (line 11)
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