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  • I did it by overriding the CSS in the Plugin “Custom CSS” settings with the following:

    .document-gallery .document-icon a {
    font-size: 13px;
    line-height: 14px;
    }

    I hope this helps!

    rdsherwood

    (@rdsherwood)

    I am developing a new website, and DG works great for what I want to do.

    I would also like to add the image caption to my gallery, just like blackjaic did on his swcp website. I know enough about code to be dangerous, and I’ve read the documentation referenced in the Installation tab, but I haven’t quite put it all together to make it work.

    Specifically, I think I understand that the template file goes into a subdirectory of the plugin named templates. But I am lost as to what the code should look like to render the caption like blackjaic did.

    I would be grateful if someone could give me a few pointers to get me going in the right direction.

    Thanks!

    Ron

    rdsherwood

    (@rdsherwood)

    I’m having the same problem.

    I have installed the WHMCS bridge in WP 4.2.2.

    When I go to the bridge page and click on any of the links on the page, it generates a bad URL, essentially duplicating the domain name, for example when I click on “Order”:

    http://mydomain.com/http://mydomain.com/index.php/whmcs-bridge/?ccce=index&whmcs-bridge/?ccce=cart

    How do I correct this so it will generate valid URLs?

    Thread Starter rdsherwood

    (@rdsherwood)

    I missed that post in searching for solutions.

    Thanks!

    Ron

    Hi Aengus:

    When I do the search, I’m getting a return on posts that contain the word Elk, but nothing back from the Nextgen gallery search. Are you seeing gallery images when you search, or just the posts?

    Regards,

    Ron

    Hi Tom:

    Thanks for the quick reply. Actually, I tried the search.php that Aengus posted above that only searches on images and not posts. It gave me the same results – it just wouldn’t find some keywords, in my case “Elk”. So I’m not sure this problem is identical to yours. Of course it could be that I made some other error in its implementation, as I said, I’m hacking my way through this. When I have some time, I’ll go back and experiment with it again.

    It sounds like the Nextgen update to use WordPress tags would be the ultimate solution. Hopefully that will happen soon. In the meantime, if you come up with any revelations, I’ll be much appreciative if you share them here. Of course I will do the same.

    Regards,

    Ron

    Hi Aengus & Tom:

    Thank you so much for posting all of this information. I am not a PHP programmer, but I’ve been able to take the code you’ve posted, and by trial and error have gotten an image search function to work on my site, for the most part. However I’m getting some odd results that have me stumped. I’m hoping you (or someone else) might be able to provide some insight:

    I have MANY pictures of elk on my site. The term elk is used in the image titles, descriptions and tags. Yet if I do a search on elk, I get no hits. If I search on bull (I use bull as a tag, as in “bull elk”, I get hits. Same thing with sheep, goat, whale – I get hits on all of those. Yet not on elk – a keyword used more than any other keyword in my photos. Any ideas?

    My web site is http://www.sherwoodimagery.com. The search function does both a search on images, then a search on posts, and displays results from both. So if you do a search on elk you will get a hit from one of my posts – but not the picture search.

    Thanks again for sharing all this information, and thanks in advance for any insight you might be able to provide on my search problem.

    Regards,

    Ron

    Hi tommo77funk:

    Thank you very much for your help. I had made the newbie mistake of not putting the code between <?php and ?>. Obviously, I know next to nothing about php!

    Anyway, it’s basically working, but I’m still having a couple of problems:
    1) Regardless of whether I leave the default for number of photos per row, or put a number in the code, I get one picture per line.
    2) The search doesn’t seem to be working right. For example, I have lots of images of eagles, but if I do a search on eagle, it returns nothing. But some searches do appear to be returning results. I think it may be related to whether the images are used in a post, rather than just in the gallery. The tutorial at http://www.ikiru.ch talked about splitting the code to display the pictures even if there are no posts. This may be related to my problem, but I’m not a good enough coder to figure out how to do what he eludes to.

    My web site is http://www.sherwoodimagery.com. The search box is in the right sidebar. Any suggestions or pointers would be greatly appreciated!

    Ron

    I’ve tried implementing this search code, but when I place the code referenced above into my functions.php file, when I run WordPress, the code is listed at the top of the screen, and WordPress doesn’t work. There is already some code in my functions.php, and I’ve tried copying-and-pasting this search code both before and after the code that is already in the file – with the same results both ways. I know next to nothing about PHP, so I have no insight into what I’m doing wrong. Can anyone give me any pointers to get it working?

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