Well, I was too fast to deliver the psnGallery2…In the sql, included in the “package”. There is a “(” too much !
In order to fix the issue. Execute the following sql (eg, from phpMyAdmin) :
UPDATE wp_psnGallery SET value = 'CPGPicture($elems[ 0 ], $elems[ 1 ], $elems[ 2 ], $elems[ 3 ], $elems[ 4 ], $elems[ 5 ], $elems[ 6 ]);' WHERE "kind" = 'TAG' AND "key" = 'picture' LIMIT 1 ;
And here is sample of the display of one specific picture via the tag <cpg_picture>759|1</cpg_picture>
Could you give me a hint how those tags work exactly. I really don’t get it with the elems 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 . What I want to do is to show a picture of an album, so I use the cpg_picture tag I guess, but I don’t know how.
I don’t have coppermine installed in the same dir. as wordpress, so the path to ‘displayimage.php’ should be changed. Can I configure this?
I think this is really nice plugin BTW.
To answer you :
elems 0,1,2,3,4… are the parameters (they will be replaced with the correct values once they will be displayed).
The path for the main directory of Coppermine is taken from Coppermine config itself (parameter: ecards_more_pic_target). you can view it in Coppermine Configuration area in “e-cards….”
I do understand elems 0,1,2,3,4 are parameters! But what do they mean?
Actually your image in this post does not function correct. It is not clickable. I have the same problem. It has something to do with the path, I think.
Okay understood ! :o)
I will do a help file on the tags usage….
another issue, when using the
element I get:
Parse error: parse error, unexpected ‘)’ in /home/jtelling/public_html/wp/wp-content/plugins/psnGallery2.php(99) : eval()’d code on line 1
I checked on your site…I found nothing special. The ‘eval()’ issue is usually related to what is beteween the tags. I fixed few bugs within the code. I recommend you to download the latest version…If the error is still occuring, please, provide me a dump of your psnGallery table and the content of the post which is casing the issue. (admin (at) idahocline (dot) com)
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