Well, here is the preview of how to add the psnGallery2 Admin in the WP Administration Panel….
Well, I have to admit that I have no more time (for the moment) to support effectively this plugin…. I will try to provide a new package with the latest updates soon.
Quickfix to try. Try to replace the famous line 97 : if (!$wpdb->query(“SHOW TABLES FROM “.DB_NAME.” LIKE ‘$psnGalleryTable'”)) I wrote try because I can’t reproduce on my side the issue….. Give me your feedback ! Sorry to be so absent but I have a lot of work…..
The beta version of psnGallery2 will be out soon (normally this week-end)…It includes few new functionnalities :
This plugin allows you to have access to your Coppermine Gallery directly in WordPress (Version 1.2 or higher). With this version, all the configuration parameters are stored in a new table. In fact to make the plugin working, you must create it and insert few records. Pre Requirement : –
As promised, merry Christmas ! Enjoy ! Don’t forget this is an ALPHA version ! So don’t use it on your production server ! If you do so, don’t blame me ! I did my best to provide an easy-to-run install/upgrade but I only checked few configurations ! Let me
As you know I had some hard time those last weeks : too much work no enough time ! Well, I assume it is end-of-year related as it is like that every year ! Oops ! I said that it is “end-of-year” period…. Oh ! No ! No gift ?!?!!!
I want to gather your feedback and your requests for the plugin psnGallery2…. I already know few of them : – Add a start and end date for all tags and functions – Fix the multimedia files support – Implement EXIF support – “one-click” installation script or transparent install (
Here is the fast track for the “dash” in database name issue ! The release is only fixing this specific issue. click psnGallery2 version 1.3.2 to get it.
Well, I was helping Peter to use psnGallery2…And I finally found the issue : His Coppermine database name was like “database-coppermine” ! So in the code, to be able to handle several databases (one for WordPress and another for Coppermine), the plugin is using this kind of syntax : select