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Hello every body,
In the 2.0 version of WP Youtube Channel Gallery plugin you can found this modifications:
Now you have 2 ways to configure and use:
- The first way is using the widget for any sidebar of your blog.
- The second way is using our shortcode (look the FAQ tab in Plugin Directory to see how to use it)
And you have five options to set up:
- Widget Title: The title to be displayed on sidebar
- Channel Name: The name of channel that you want to list
- # Videos: Number of videos to be displayed
- Width in px: Width of youtube player (The height will be calculated)
- Show Video Title: A switch to select if you want to display the video title
I have to thank Brad Trivers(http://SunriseWeb.ca) to help me on the changes
You can see this on: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-youtube-channel-gallery/
Today i’ve launched my newest WordPress Plugin in the Plugin Directory of WP Extends.
This plugins i’ve called: WP Youtube channel gallery
The WP Youtube channel gallery WordPress plugin displays the most recent videos on a YouTube channel in your wp blog. This plugin have an page to config the channel and the number of videos to be displayed.
It’s so simple and pratice. He have an native function to display this.
Have two way to add the WP Youtube channel gallery in your blog:
- Using your plgin widget in the widget session of WordPress admin
- Using the native function to display this
<?php show_wp_youtube_gallery(); ?>
That’s all, folks!
Hey every one,
Today i’m searching for a cool lightbox to a project and i found this:
His name is prettyPhoto and it’s a amazing jQuery based plugin easy to use and functional to add a lightbox for some content. Less than five minutes it’s possible set up for a:
- image gallery
- flash content
- youtube content
- vimeo content
- quicktime movies
- external sites
- inline content.
A simple example to use it:
Insert it in <head> tag:
And in the image or another one media, you have to do the link like this:
<a href="pathtoyou/bigImage.jpg" rel="prettyPhoto"><img src="pathtoyou/smallImage.jpg" title="Insert the legend here" /></a>
If you want to do a gallery you have to add a gallery name like this:
<a href="pathtoyou/bigImage.jpg" rel="prettyPhoto" rel="prettyPhoto[galery_one]" ><img src="pathtoyou/smallImage.jpg" title="Insert the legend here" /></a>
You you can use all of that in a unique gallery or many galleries and if the image is big the prettyPhoto plugin show an icon to maximize the image (like a flash full screen, but in an image).
more.. this jQuery plugin based have some options to edit and you can create skins for it! Without talk about your documentation that is very rich and easy to found anything about that.
I recommend, if you want to use lightbox don’t have questions, use this! Is very cool!
Visit, read, learn and download in http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/projects/prettyphoto-jquery-lightbox-clone/