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  • Alex King

    (@alexkingorg)

    It wasn’t intended to work w/ the built-in upload feature, so it doesn’t surprise me that it doesn’t work smoothly.

    Anonymous

    This exhibit plugin works w/ bulit-in uploads and make popups too
    http://wordpress.org/support/10/9170

    Anonymous

    When I follow these instruction
    Click the ‘Add’ link next to a post in the admin interface to open the WP Photos window. Then click the (Use ->) link next to the folder you want to use.
    No photos show up to choose from, ,even though I have FTP’d them. So I get no option to follow the remaining instructions, which are:
    Add your captions, select the one you want as your preview photo and hit save!

    Alex King

    (@alexkingorg)

    Are the photos in the proper folder structure?

    banjolawyer

    (@banjolawyer)

    This is jl.. Didnt log in properly before.
    I believe they are in the proper folder stucture. I have a folder called photos that is in wp-photos.. and one called t that is in the photos folder.

    am i stupid? where can i find that css to align the single-photo?

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    Anon – Link ?

    I’ve released a new version that *should* fix the SQL errors.

    Cool. I just installed it and it is working on my site at:
    http://www.publichealthcenter.com/blogs/clay/
    I would like to change the text that says, “View Photos.” Where do I find that string in the files?

    I believe the current release doesn’t return those errors (as noted in the post 2 above yours). The table name is set in the plugin file, you can change it as you like.

    I could never see the SQL errors in the first place, still can’t. Sorry you are seeing them.

    jhjhj

    I Have a hugh Problem
    I read your Readme and now i could go any further.
    You Write
    – this goes before the comments
    <?php
    if ($single && (empty($post->password) ||
    $HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[‘wp-postpass_’.$cookiehash] == $post->post_password)) {
    $photos = get_post_photos($id);
    $photos = get_thumbnail_grid($photos);
    print($photos);
    }
    ?>
    Where exactly ?
    In the index.php oder in the wp-comments.php or where ?
    It would be nice ive someone could help me.
    i was looking for something like the <?php the_content(); ?> cause you wrote before the comments. Please help me where i have to fill in this text.
    (sorry, my english isn
    t very well)

    Thanks for getting back to me on that hgrietkerk, hopefully Alex/someone will be able to point me in the right direction to finish off that customisation. As soon as they do, i’ll let you know the rest…
    Ta,
    Jonesy.

    Ok, I installed the plugin and all is well except for one thing. I have added several oictures and I only get the chose of one (the sample included) when I try to add photos to post. How do I fix this ? Also, is there anyway to integrate this into the upload option. I mean so I don’t have to ftp all of my pics?
    Thanks,
    Kristina

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