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  • Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    Back to your original question about preventing image stretching, you can achieve this by overriding the RPS Image Gallery styles. Try the following styles to prevent the images from stretching and mimic the default WordPress Gallery behavior:

    .rps-image-gallery a {
         text-align: center;
    }
    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon img {
         width: auto !important;
         margin: 5% 0 !important;
         display: -moz-inline-stack;
         display: inline-block;
         zoom: 1;
         *display: inline;
    }

    Hope this helps.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    Glad we could help regarding the image quality. The issue of margins is a bit trickier but we have just made some changes to RPS Image Gallery (version 1.2.8) that will make the overrides possible.

    There are now classes assigned to the list items that specify whether that item begins or ends a gallery row. You can use these to change the display of these specific instances. Here is an example of the styles that can be used to override the default margins:

    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon.gallery-icon-begin-row img,
    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon.gallery-icon-begin-row .wp-heading-text.gallery-heading,
    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon.gallery-icon-begin-row .wp-caption-text.gallery-caption {
    	margin-left: 0 !important;
    	margin-right: 10% !important;
    }
    
    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon.gallery-icon-end-row img,
    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon.gallery-icon-end-row .wp-heading-text.gallery-heading,
    .rps-image-gallery .gallery-icon.gallery-icon-end-row .wp-caption-text.gallery-caption {
    	margin-left: 10% !important;
    	margin-right: 0 !important;
    }

    Keep in mind that you should use 1, 2, 4, or 5 columns since those values will result in a gallery that fills the entire container, left to right. If the container is divided by any of the other column values in the approved range (1 through 9), the result is not an integer.

    Please let us know if you have additional questions.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    RPS Sitemap Generator by default will create a separate sitemap for each site. Check your WordPress install directory and look for other files named “sitemap_*.xml’ (where the * is some string of characters). You should have one sitemap file for each of your sites. To be sure, you could look at the RPS Sitemap Generator Settings for each of your sites. Let us know if you need further assistance.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    We are going to mark this issue as resolved. Please reopen it if you continue to have questions or issues with paging. Thanks.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    The option to set the images to a fixed width does not exist in the current version of RPS Image Gallery but we have added it to the list of feature requests.

    The default gallery output is designed to fill its container. Technically, there is nothing wrong with scaling images as long as there is enough resolution (information) to support the transformation. That being said, some browsers do render scaled images better than others so some degradation of image quality could still be present even if there is enough resolution. However modern browsers do not exhibit this behavior.

    For the time being, you can set the container to a fixed width, increase the size of your thumbnail images, increase the number of columns in the grid view, or override the CSS to force the images to a specific width.

    We hope that you find this information useful. Let us know if you require an additional details.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    You should be able to accomplish what you want by creating a page for each gallery then adding all of the galleries to another page by reference, separated by page breaks (<!–nextpage–>). Your page may look something like this in HTML mode:

    `[gallery id=141]

    <!–nextpage–>

    [gallery id=539]‘

    The gallery id is actually the id of the post that contains the gallery (attachments) you want to include. Of course your theme will need to support pagination for this to work properly.

    This method is not specific to RPS Image Gallery so you can use it with or without our plugin. Some additional information about the Gallery Shortcode can be found in the WordPress Codex. Hope this helps.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    We are going to go ahead and mark this one as resolved. Please feel free to contact us again should you need anything else.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    We have just released RPS Image Gallery 1.2.7 which should address your request. All you will need to do in the shortcode is set the attribute ‘heading’ to ‘true like so:

    [gallery heading=true]

    The heading will show in the gallery and the slideshow. Let us know if you have any difficulties with this solution.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    You make a very good point. Currently the gallery just uses the attachment Title within the “title” attribute of the hyperlink for the grid and slideshow views, but it is not displayed anywhere else.

    We believe that it is a worthwhile feature to develop and have added it to the list for the next release. An update will be posted on this thread when the update is ready. Thank you for using RPS Image Gallery.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    That is excellent news and you are quite welcome!

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    We have looked at the CSS and determined that the theme you are using seems to have a default style for the ul element that is causing the issue. No worries though because it can be overridden. The conflicting attribute/value is “line-height: 150%” in the file named “style.css” for the theme.

    ul, ol{
         margin: .4em 0 1em;
         line-height: 150%;
    }

    All you would need to do is revert the CSS modification to the RPS Image Gallery style that you made earlier and add an override for the caption style like so:

    .rps-image-gallery .wp-caption-text.gallery-caption {
         display: block;
         margin: 0 5% 10% !important;
         width: 90% !important;
         font-size: small;
         line-height: 14px;
    }

    The only line that is added in the CSS is “line-height: 14px;”. This overrides the theme’s default value for line-height. Of course you can change the pixel value of the line height to suit your taste. We hope that this works for you.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    We are glad that you have found RPS Image Gallery useful.

    If you want to disable the link for images without a Gallery Link URL specified, just set the “link” attribute in the shortcode to “none”, like so (note that you must also set “slideshow” to “false”):

    [gallery slideshow=false link=none]

    As for the target setting, we just released an update today (version 1.2.6) which allows you to specify a target attribute for each image by choosing _self (default), _blank, _top or _parent from a menu.

    Hope that this helps in your site development efforts. Thanks for using RPS Image Gallery and let us know if you run into further issues.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    Glad to be of assistance and that you found what you needed. Best of luck on your site development!

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    No problem at all, and welcome to the WordPress community. It seems that there may be some confusion about what RPS Sitemap Generator does. Hopefully we can clear that up for you.

    RPS Sitemap Generator creates a specific type of file (XML) which includes post information (title, permalink, date of publication) that can be used by services like Google to make indexing your site more efficient and accurate. You can read more about the sitemap standard by visiting sitemaps.org.

    There are plugins and widgets that are capable of listing the pages on your site, so perhaps one of those will suit your needs. Let us know if you need further information on this topic.

    Plugin Author redpixelstudios

    (@redpixelstudios)

    Thanks for trying RPS Image Gallery and for letting us know that you found a suitable alternative for your needs.

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