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  • Not that I know of.. would be great to have maxigallery demo site with all the various display styles and their snippet calls visible.. but unfortunately I do not have space to host such page.


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    • Quote from: doze at Jul 20, 2009, 10:39 AM

      Not that I know of.. would be great to have maxigallery demo site with all the various display styles and their snippet calls visible.. but unfortunately I do not have space to host such page.
      I have the space but not the time to do somthing like that
      so if any of you like to setup a site like that pm me for details and Ill give you a subdomain to work on
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      • Rather than create all new, perhaps a set of links to existing galleries developed by forum members? It could be a moderated list like the FAQs at the top of this topic. It could be organized by gallery style, feature?

        Just thinking out loud. . .

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        • Sottwell provided me a space on her MODx "demo" site (sottwell.com). I will do MaxiGallery demos there in the coming days.. or possibly next week actually. Anyways, demo site is coming.


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              • Hi to all. I have some problem with MaxiGallery. I can’t to upload image. When i click Upload Pictures, i see next
                « MODx Parse Error »
                MODx encountered the following error while attempting to parse the requested resource:
                « PHP Parse Error »
                 
                PHP error debug
                  Error: 	Function split() is deprecated	 
                  Error type/ Nr.: 	- 8192	 
                  File: 	C:\xampp\htdocs\liss\assets\snippets\maxigallery\maxigallery.class.inc.php	 
                  Line: 	242	 
                  Line 242 source: 	$sizes = split('x', $max_thumb_size); 	 
                 
                Parser timing
                  MySQL: 	0.0169 s	(3 Requests)
                  PHP: 	0.1121 s	 
                  Total: 	0.1290 s	 
                

                MaxiGallery: 0.5.2
                Modx evolution: 1.0.0 rev 5601
                Server: XAMPP

                Thanks an advance
                • Yea, I guess you are using php 5.3.0 or later.. split function is deprecated in it.

                  You can replace that split() function by explode() in this case though. (In C:\xampp\htdocs\liss\assets\snippets\maxigallery\maxigallery.class.inc.php on line 242)


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                  • MaxiGallery, a crucial part of MODx, keeps getting better and better, especially with threads like this. New documentation is always welcome.

                    But, any news on the sample gallery project?
                    • Hi Doze,

                      &pics_per_row=`3` doesnt’ work with Opera 9.62 (at leat on Windows XP).
                      The 4th, 5th, 6th pictures (a.s.o.) are not returned to the next line.
                      Most probably a CSS problem.

                      All works fine with Firefox 3 and MSIE 8.

                      Cheers.
                      J.

                      P.S. Also have a small suggestion for &pics_per_row : the height of the tallest picture should be taken into account; else the output is unsightly when the thumbnails don’t have the same height. To illustrate this I attach a screenshot done from MSIE.