J. Cornelius wrote:
As previously discussed here
, right now the album dimensions must be smaller than the image dimensions for an image to load. Here's how it works:
Ok, I have managed to get my album displaying the images again but I can see problems ahead until you get the resizing sorted, at present it will not be easy for many users to understand.
I have given 2 links here for the same album which contains 19 images, 17 are 1024 width and the other 2 are , 1 at 800 and 1 at 665.http://cchelp.coffeecup.com/albums/photo/
In the above only the 17 1024* images are loaded.http://www.coffeecuphelp.com/sdrive-gallery.php
This one was set to 400x320 so that it could be placed on an external page and it displays all 19 images.
J. Cornelius wrote:
1. Make the default size smaller. This is quite easy to do, but we feel that most of the time you want a small gallery because you're embedding it in another page, and there is already a size control in the embed function (fully customizable in fact).
2. Allow you to change the size of the "full page" album in the album settings. This is also pretty easy, but it doesn't solve the issue of photos that are smaller than the size you choose not showing up. The "full page" album already supports custom sizes, all you need to do is add a query string to the album URL. Then you can set the size of the album to whatever you like.
There is an argument for being able to set the size of the full page, and one for not, it all depends on how you are going to use the album.
I know you say that you can add custom string to the end of the url, but that is sort of defeating the issue if you are not going to put the album on an external site. When sending the url of the full page gallery to family and friends to view, It doesn't look very good having to have a small gallery in the middle of a pc screen with a res of 1600x900, and higher these days, just so that smaller, older images that you have from time gone by, can be included.
Is there no way the script can be modified so that it will accept smaller images but not to resize those down?