Those Image Blog Titles (8 posts)

  1. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I've been seeing alot of these lately, where the title of the blog entries are all images. Well, not just blog titles but it was all over the page. I wanted to have that also because I really want to stick with a font and if I use "just" the font, other users might not have it installed, inevitably, it would look crap.
    Anyone know where I can get one of those generators? Is it a plugin?

  2. Cine
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I think you'd use GD Graphics Library and make it create an image which has the same text as your title/entry in your specified font :) It's just a wild guess, but if I am right you'd need some php expirence to do it.

  3. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    WOW, thanks Beel.
    I was reading the GD Library documentation and I did'nt understand a thing. I just hope I can have this thingy running. Thank s alot!

  4. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I'm doomed.
    I can't even find some sort of a read me what and how to insert it in the page.
    Now I'm looking for anyone willing enough so share their files, sample files, on how they made this plugin running. Maybe the php file where it was inserted and all other files needed. Please.

  5. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    So I have to upload a font and a png image.? Right?
    What about the Javascript? Is there such a thing or am I hallucinating?

  6. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    Its not working. It looks like this:
    [image]Test Title Here
    I am hosted on a free subdomain, if this has anything to do with it. Maybe I better sleep on this and get back on this tomorrow.

  7. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I did saw that [image] thing. Tested it, and it failed again. I did created all those directories I saw on the code. And have one folder chmoded to be written. It failed again. But then when I'm trying to access that folder thru FTP, I get an error. I just rechmoded it and hitting "Refresh", IT WORKS!!! Maybe it was a glitch, it was on 777 but I can't open it.
    Well, thank you very much Beel. Another day, another thing learned. Thanks again.

  8. Anonymous
    Posted 11 years ago #

    Oh, I think I won't be diabling that plugin. :D LOL
    BUT, if I'll be turning it off, all I need is to paste this:
    <?php if (function_exists('imageheadlines')) the_title('[image]'); else the_title(); ?>
    on the
    <?php the_title('[image]'); ?>

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