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  • February 6, 2014 at 11:05 pm #3410

    Hi Theodor, yes that is exactly what Easy FancyBox does.

    It finds and binds to media links. The link can be formed with plain text or a thumbnail image, that does not matter. As long as the link points to a media file (which does not even have to be visible on the page, it just needs to live in the upload location where the link points to) and the plugin’s Autodetect feature should be able to pick it up 🙂

    February 5, 2014 at 11:08 pm #3412

    Hi Theodor, are you talking about the title below the image in FancyBox when you have set the title position to “Inside”? That is in fact the only position that does not work well with rounded corners. But I might be able to provide a fix…

    Could you try installing the development version from http://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-fancybox/developers/ under Other Versions? Download the zip, then uninstall the current version of Easy FancyBox (you can leave the Pro extension installed and active) and install the zip via Plugins > New > Upload…

    This version should show rounded corners on bottom left and right of the title area. If not, please let me know and give me a link to your website so I can take a closer look 🙂

    February 4, 2014 at 9:13 pm #3420

    Second half of this month, most likely…

    January 21, 2014 at 12:54 am #3425

    Hi Stewart, a good idea. Are you willing to test a new version with this adaptation for me?

    January 21, 2014 at 12:42 am #3414

    Hi Darrin, not a rel attribute but a class. Fancybox will be deactivated for links that use the class “nofancybox”.

    But instead of modifying any plugin code (which will be overwritten upon the next update) could you try my alternative method again? Then let me know when you have implemented it and I will take a look to find out why it’s not working…

    January 18, 2014 at 2:59 am #3422

    Hi Pryce, that turned out to be more difficult to integrate than anticipated so it is not yet in the current release. It is planned for integration in the 1.6 release.

    If you want, I can issue a refund of your purchase. Or you can wait until the 1.6 release and download that with the same credentials you received after purchase of the current version.

    You can contact me via http://status301.net/contact-en/ with the details of your purchase.

    Kind regards,

    January 18, 2014 at 2:50 am #3427

    Hi Stewart, you are right the mouse has to move before jQuery will detect its location. I’m afraid there is nothing I can do about that…

    January 18, 2014 at 2:44 am #3417

    Hi Darrin, it sounds like this PWA+PHP plugin has a lightbox built-in. Is that correct? If so, it might be difficult to make it work with another lightbox like FancyBox.

    In any case, what is going on is this: the PWA plugin creates two links for each image in the page source code. One for viewing and one for downloading the image (different sizes apparently)… Now the plugin Easy FancyBox is designed to make life easy and detect all image links automatically. And in this case, this is causing both the view and the download links to be detected and included in the gallery.

    Is there an option in PWA plugin to disable these download links? If so, try that.

    Otherwise you will need to:
    1. disable the Auto-detection by removing “.JPG” (only the one with capitals) from the Auto-detect field on your Settings > Media admin page.
    2. Add the following script code in a text widget (easiest) or in your themes footer.php above the wp_footer() call:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    	jQuery('.pwaplusphp_imglink').addClass('fancybox').attr('rel', 'gallery');
    January 10, 2014 at 1:36 am #3432

    Hi Darrin, there is a lot going on on your site and there are vey many scripts loaded. You might say it’s a bit heavy which makes debugging difficult… If you have any plugins activated that you do not really use, You might want to start with disabling those.

    Here are my observations so far:

    1. First things I see is a “Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property ‘A’ of undefined” script error occurring. I do not know what causes it but it seems related to a script loaded by the MapPress plugin or another plugin called WP GX Maps (or both) or caused by a conflict with CalPress Pro which seems to be loading the Google Maps API library too!! In any case it prevents all script action like the one from FancyBox that comes after that.

    2. Then I notice that beside FancyBox and the prettyPhoto script from the theme, there is a third lightbox script loaded by a plugin called Calpress Pro. No idea yet if this is going to cause conflicts at some point.

    3. And last but not least, it looks like the PWA+PHP plugin replaces the WordPress jQuery v1.10 library with it’s own version 1.7 (not even in noConflict mode) which is incompatible with Easy FancyBox 1.5+. Also, you seem to be using another version than the one on http://wordpress.org/plugins/pwaplusphp/. May I ask why? As far as I can tell, the one from WordPress Plugins repository uses the standard WP included jQuery library so if you can use that one, you might be better off…

    Anyway, to get closer to solving this you will need some time and do a lot of testing. I’d suggest you start with these steps:
    (a) Disable the Easy FancyBox Pro extension (for now) and uninstall Easy FancyBox free version.
    (b) Go to http://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-fancybox/developers/ and look for under Other Versions. Download the zip file and install that on your site via the WordPress Plugins > Add new > Upload dialog. Activate it and check the plugin settings.
    (c) Disable the MapPress plugin and/or WP GX Maps and/or CalPress and test your site to see if the FancyBox starts working…

    Hope that helps you further 🙂

    January 7, 2014 at 3:43 pm #3435

    Hi ger, after activating a feature like ‘PDF’ (for example) on your Settings > Media admin page (and saving) you will find a little description at the beginning if the new section. It will tell you which class name is associated with the particular kind of media/content.

    In most cases (except iFrame or Inline content) an auto-detection option is available (and activated by default) which means you do not need to bother yourself with adding any class name to the links.

    December 31, 2013 at 4:30 pm #3437

    Hi Jim, thanks for sharing. I’ll make this one sticky for others that encounter issues like this.

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