I had the gallery (created by Lukas stalder http://www.planetluc.com) working like it was described on the forums here. The only downside was that the administration needed to be done outside phpWCMS.
So I wrote a mod for it (it's my first so be kind)
This is what the mod (so far) can:
* You can create galleries/albums depends how you want to call it.
* You can edit galleries (change title, add/remove pictures)
I haven't finished it completely but the basics do work.
I stored the data in the database instead of using files. The pictures are stored in a folder that is writable.
To make the mod complete, I added also the RT's for it. I created 3 RT's.
The gallery has following screens in the frontend:
* Overview of the available albums
* show the thumbnails of the pictures in an album
* show a specific picture
For each of the above, I created an RT so that you can have the gallery overview lets say in the left column and the thumbnails of an album in the main area and maybe a pop-up to show a specific picture. The structure is based on a template so you can easily enhance it.
some screenshots (the mod is in Dutch, but you get the picture) get it :
As soon as I have the documentation ready (and the files nicely arranged) I will make it available for download.
If someone is intrested ofcourse.
You can download version 1 here:
In short, the del function removes it from the list and the server.
I haven't coded the del function of the album yet, but that wouldn't be to difficult (adding an album and pictures was a higher priority)
I'm first finishing the configuration part, so the mod would be easier to install and configure.
I could make the mod available for download, but than with a minimum of documentation.
I'm lucky, I gave it an ID 5 so ...
ID 4 isn't the rssDB mod in my case but a banner mod that I wrote, but that is another topic.
You can see the banner in action at http://www.damongraulus.be
the gallery on this site is also the mygallery but not the module (it all started with this)
okscraper wrote:The banner module is very simple, look at http://www.damongraulus.be
you will see the banner scrolling... with the banner module you can easily adjust the text to be displayed. That's all. Very basic but for some useful.
Sorry to keep you waiting, I had some private obligations and didn't find the time to get everything ready.
I started to prepare a demo site and you know the bugs appear
I fixed most of them, but I'm sure there are some left.
Hopefully I can post the URL and login tomorrow. I hope I didn't
@JensZ, the banner does nothing of that kind. It's just about the scrolling text, although it could be expanded with adding link and changing color.
If I had only the time... but who knows...
the banner mod can be downloaded here: