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Power Gallery and Wordpress

Thread began 12/27/2009 12:13 pm by webfx23394829 | Last modified 4/24/2012 6:22 am by alan01wells438430 | 2781 views | 6 replies |

webfx23394829

Power Gallery and Wordpress

Hello,

I am trying to integrate power gallery with Wordpress. Power Gallery was already installed for the static site I had set up before I converted it to Wordpress.

I installed wordpress, then added the php code. Instead of showing pictures, it just shows a gray box that says 'no images' but there are images in the folders.

Any suggestions? Do I have to modify anything in the settings now that Power Gallery is inside a Wordpress site? Wordpress is installed in the root directory and power gallery is installed in root/gallery/

Thanks.

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Eric Mittman

This may just be a paths issue you are experiencing, if you can see any sort of box that indicates that the code for the gallery is running but not finding the images properly.

As a test of this in the root of your site create a new page to apply the gallery to. This should be a new blank page and not a wordpress page. Add the gallery to this page and test it out to see what the result you get is. If you have the same problems then you will need to take a look at the include code you have and adjust it to ensure it is pointing to the correct location.

If you continue to have problems with this and cannot get it sorted out let us know so we can look into this further with you.

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webfx23394829

Hi Eric,

I put the code in a non-wordpress page and it works. What do you think the problem is?

The include code that I put on the wordpress page is the code PG generates for me. An Ideas?

Thanks,
Derek

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Eric Mittman

Do you have access to the source code for the wordpress page? If you can see the source on the page and can confirm that it is the same as the code on the working page then it would indicate that there is some sort of compatibility issue in regards to the code that is on the wordpress page.

If you can see the source and see that the references are not there correctly then perhaps updating them will allow the gallery to work.

The gallery should be usable on any regular php page so long as the code for the includes is there and the files that are needed are there as well.

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gary310575

PowerGallery in Footer.php

I've been trying to add my powergallery to the footer.php file in my wordpress site, and I am having the same problem mentioned here about the tool rendering fine but the "no images" text showing up instead of my photos.

I'm not really sure though what you are asking us to do to fix this problem...is there something in my header I need to look at and update to maybe correct this? Thanks for your help.

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Eric Mittman

When you see the gallery on the page you should view the source of it. Then you should browse to the gallery page directly and look at the source there. If it is the same it should be working the same. I'm not sure what types of limitations you will experience in general with WordPress sites but the code for the gallery should work on any php page that is in the same site and on the same server.

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alan01wells438430

Does Google judge a wordpress themes and blogger website while putting it in Sandbox?
I came to know that Google is providing more importance on wordpress template while examining whether to put a website in Sandbox(when a website will not be seen in Google Search Engine ranking) or not. Because it wants for the popularity of its own blogger(known as blogspot.com) template and its emphasis over word press.

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