*Full lightbox photo gallery with all of the options that the main gallery has
*Multiple image uploader with resizing before upload, and drag and drop
*Frontend uploading and gallery creation
*Image tagging and search
*A download image button
*Facebook Comments and JComments integration.
*Facebook like button for each image
*Google plus one button for each image
*Twitter Button for each image
*Top/bottom/left/right position for thumbs
*Top/bottom/left/right position for image descriptions
*Use the plugin to put one or many galleries into an article (with random/ latest/ most viewed options)
*Use the module to put a gallery into a module position (with random/ latest/ most viewed options)
*Search engine friendly urls
The only downside is that photos need to be uploaded one at a time in the current version, but the author is working on fixing that. There is also a limit of 30 photos per gallery in this version, also being upgraded in future versions.
Otherwise its a fantastic gallery component, highly recommended.
Very well documented with easy to follow instructions.
Very good work, well done :-)
Had no problems with installation of creating my photo galleries. Changing the background/border colors was extremely easy.
One thing I did notice is that the gallery link is not clickable after creating it. You will need to put a check into the box in order to edit the created gallery.
Love the plugin availability.
My recommendations, as this seems to be a product in development, is to allow for the resizing mentioned below, as well as providing an option to put the thumbnail navigation on the top or bottom.
I do like being able to zoom in or have the picture pop out in a larger side, but thats quite I project I feel.
Keep up the good work.
i have a small question:
where could i change the dimension of the gallery to certain dimension?(of course if this is posible)
At the moment the gallery width is fixed, as the gallery is a flash file. I am working on putting variable width into a future release, Thanks for the feedback.
Hope the author use .ini file format for language files instead of php format. This is the standard format for Joomla! 1.5 native extensions.
Second problem is, when I tried to create a new menu item of this component and save it, it can't be saved in IE7 browser. I was forced to change to FireFox browser and then I can save it. I hate been compelled to use FireFox!!
I have added .ini language translation to the feature list. At the moment the php translations work fine. Any extra translations can be included by simply putting the language file name into the config.xml file.
The component also works fine with Internet Explorer. Out of 1500 downloads this is the only user that has complained with and Internet Explorer Issue. However the user is convinced the component has the error, not themself, and has chosen to complain here, instead of following the issue up in the support forum, where I am happy to help with.
Very good extension.
Beware: you have to work only with .jpg files. I scratched my head for some hours before realizing this because uploaded .png files and was very angry not seeing in action this component in my site. It looks beautiful.
I am planning on fixing the PNG bug in next couple of days. JPEG and GIF are ok.