User Manuals

Admiror Gallery 3.x


 


 


 

 

Admiror Gallery Component 1.8

This is some nice tutorial done by Bifford, an Admiror Gallery Community member.


 

 

Admiror Gallery 2.2


 

Inline Parameters API and Popup Helper Handbook

 

 

Admiror Gallery 2.0


 

 

User Manual - Admiror Gallery 1.5

Create folder inside images/stories/ folder and place images for gallery inside this folder.

Put ag-trigger-code inside your article.

Creation of thumb images is automatic, if user opens the page with AdmirorGallery and there are new images or size changed.

It's recommended to admin to opens page with AdmirorGallery to execute changes instead of user.

 

Description and Localization

Admiror Gallery enables you to add multilanguage description (caption) for each of your image. Here what you have to do:

  • 1. Add a file with the same name as the image you wont to add some description and give it an extencion *.desc
  • 2. In the file add {default}[image description]{/default}, if current selected language is not found in description file this value will be used
  • 3. For every language add {[language code]}[image description]{/[language code]}, example: {sr-yu}Planina Rtanj kod Sokobanje{/sr-yu}
  • 4. Save the file

 

Global settings of the gallery

  • Ignore invalid image - 1 : it will ignore warnings and generate the thumb even if the image is corrupted ; 0 : it will report GD error if any image is corrupted
  • Ignore notice of recoverable errors - 1 : it will ignore Notice that the image is corrupted ; 0 : it will report Notice that image is corrupted

NOTICE: Only applyes if you have Notice enabled on the server.

You can use inline settings if you want to have diferent galleries on your site, quotations are important, example:

ag-trigger-code2

Here is the list of all tags that are available:

  • template - template folder name, example: fullImage
  • height - height of the thumb pictures in pixels
  • newImageTag - 1: mark new images ; 0: don't mark images
  • newImageDays - number of days the image is considered new
  • sortByDate - 1 : sort by date, new to old ; 0 - order randomly
  • showSignature - 1 : show signature ; 0 : hide signature

 

Themes

 

Classic Image Gallery(classic)

CODE

template="classic"

 

Parametars:
  • height - height of the thumb pictures in pixels
  • newImageTag - 1: mark new images ; 0: don't mark images
  • newImageDays - number of days the image is considered new
  • sortByDate - 1 : sort by date, new to old ; 0 - order randomly
  • showSignature - 1 : show signature ; 0 : hide signature

 

Artistic Gallery(artistic,artisticGray)

CODE

template="artistic"
template="artisticGray"

 

Parametars:
  • height - height of the thumb pictures in pixels
  • newImageTag - 1: mark new images ; 0: don't mark images
  • newImageDays - number of days the image is considered new
  • sortByDate - 1 : sort by date, new to old ; 0 - order randomly
  • showSignature - 1 : show signature ; 0 : hide signature

 

Listed Gallery(listed)

CODE

template="listed"

 

Parametars:
  • height - height of the thumb pictures in pixels
  • newImageTag - 1: mark new images ; 0: don't mark images
  • newImageDays - number of days the image is considered new
  • sortByDate - 1 : sort by date, new to old ; 0 - order randomly
  • showSignature - 1 : show signature ; 0 : hide signature

 

Full Image Gallery (fullRed,fullGreen,fullGray,fullBlue)

CODE

template="full"

 

Parametars:
  • height - height of the thumb pictures in pixels
  • newImageTag - 1: mark new images ; 0: don't mark images
  • newImageDays - number of days the image is considered new
  • sortByDate - 1 : sort by date, new to old ; 0 - order randomly
  • showSignature - 1 : show signature ; 0 : hide signature
  • FIGWidth - full image gallery width
  • FIGHeight - full image galery height
  • FIGcolor - color of the gallery

 

 

 

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News

Admiror Gallery 5.x BETA for Joomla 3.x

BETA release of fifth generation of Admiror Gallery, release 5.0.0.

It's all in one installer with all tools and extensions installed at ones and ready for use.

Some of major changes in fifth generation of Admiror Gallery are: * Album Support improved * Security fixes * Optimized and removed some obsolete code

You can download it on Admiror Joomla! Community forum.

 

 

 
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Admiror Frames 2.1.0 that fixes problem with path generation and display problems on LTR sites.
 
Admiror Columnizer & Admiror Frames for Joomla! 3
We published Admiror Columnizer & Admiror Frames for Joomla! 3.
 

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