BrickShelf Gallery Plugin
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Version 1.2 of the Brickshelf Gallery Plugin is now ready! It fixes a few minor bugs ands adds display of the folder or image in the page title and blog header.
I think it is pretty straight forward to use. Simply specify the top level folder to display, and pass the subfolder (if desired) as a URL parameter. Other plugin[?] parameters are the Display Name to be used for a page title, the permalink for URL rewriting, the URL shorthand name (for the legacy [subpage] method of referring to pages).
You can also set the cache time (in minutes) that the thumbnail file and folder description will be cached, as well as the number of columns in the folder/thumbnail display, and the size of the images in the image view (clicking on a thumbmail).
The image view actually forces the image size to meet the parameter in the configuration so the images fit in the blog framework.
or, if you don't have URL rewriting on, as:
I have set up the top level folder to ffaat in the plugin configuration, which is why only the RTL18 part needs to be specified in the URL. THis allows one instance of the plugin to be used to display any subfolders.
To support MAJ folders, a second instance (with different page names) needs to be set up. An example of one is here at http://www.silent9.com/blog/astropics.html that has a top level folder of ffaat/Astro, so no folder URL parameter is needed.
You can download the plugin here: serendipity_event_bsgallery.v1.2.zip.
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