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README.rst

collective.plonetruegallery Documentation

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Introduction

collective.plonetruegallery is a Plone product that implements a very customizable and sophisticated gallery.

How It Works

All you need to do is select the Gallery View from the Display drop down item for any Folder or Collection content type. Once that is done, a Gallery Settings tab is enabled for the type. With this, you can customize the various settings for the Gallery.

Supported Display Types

To install any of the various extra display types, you need to install the dependent package in buildout

  • galleria(ships with)
  • contact sheet(collective.ptg.contactsheet)
  • thumbnail zoom gallery(collective.ptg.thumbnailzoom)
  • presentation(collective.ptg.presentation)
  • galleriffic(collective.ptg.galleriffic)
  • highslide(collective.ptg.highslide)
  • fancybox(collective.ptg.fancybox)
  • pikachoose(collective.ptg.pikachoose)
  • s3slider(collective.ptg.s3slider)
  • nivo slider(collective.ptg.nivoslider)
  • nivo gallery(collective.ptg.nivogallery)
  • content flow(collective.ptg.contentflow)
  • supersized(collective.ptg.supersized)

Buildout configuration

eggs =
  ...
  collective.plonetruegallery
  collective.ptg.highslide
  collective.ptg.fancybox
  collective.ptg.galleriffic
  collective.ptg.s3slider
  collective.ptg.pikachoose
  collective.ptg.nivoslider
  collective.ptg.nivogallery
  collective.ptg.contentflow
  collective.ptg.supersized
  collective.ptg.thumbnailzoom
  collective.ptg.contactsheet
  ...

Installing all

If you want to install all available galleries, you could add

eggs =
  ...
  collective.plonetruegallery
  collective.ptg.allnewest
  ...

to buildout's egg section.

This will also install some galleries that are "under development".

Features

  • Flickr and Picasa Support!
  • Dexterity "Lead Image behaviour" support
  • Works with 'Image', 'News Item' and other content types that has a Image Field (provides IImageContent).
  • Also works with redturtle.smartlink and collective.contentleadimage (install http://pypi.python.org/pypi/collective.ptg.contentleadimage )
  • Customize gallery size, transition(limited transitions right now), timed and other settings
  • Can use nested galleries
  • searching and category selection for nested galleries
  • Galleria, Galleriffic, Highslide JS, s3slider, Pikachoose and Fancybox display types
  • display gallery inline
  • Products.Collage integration
  • Compatible with new-style Plone collections
  • Provides base settings configlet

Flickr and Picasa Web Album Support

  • to add support for these type of galleries you must install additional packages
  • install collective.ptg.flickr for Flickr support
  • install collective.ptg.picasa for Picasa Web Album Support(tested with 1.3.3 and 2.0.12)
  • on Plone 3.x you must also manually install hashlib for picasa support
  • these can just be added to your buildout or installed with easy_install or you can add the package to your egg section like

Displaying Gallery inline

A view (@@placegalleryview) can be used to place the gallery inside of other content.

Pop-up effect

you could do this:

1) Install http://plone.org/products/collective.prettyphoto
2) Mark the link to the gallery with "prettyPhoto" style (which
   has now been added) from Kupu or TinyMCE

Inline Gallery

For showing a gallery in another page, try something like this:

<object data="path/to/gallery/@@placegalleryview" height="400" width="500">
  <param name="data" value="path/to/gallery" />
</object>

Notes for successful inline object tag usage:

  • You will have to "whitelist" <object> and <param> in portal_transform safe-html.
  • When editing in Plone 4.2 you will have to switch your editor to Kupu since TinyMCE fracks up the object tag into a flash item.
  • If testing without Apache in front of your Plone you will need to make sure that the "path/to/gallery" path from the example above includes any levels above the Plone object in the Zope instance (eg. if your Plone object is inside of a folder named "version1", and the name of your gallery is "mygallery", then the path should read "/version1/Plone/mygallery". Of course, you will need to remove the "/version1/Plone" part when you put Apache in front of your Plone.

Or you can do the same with an iframe

Troubleshooting safe-html

If you have trouble, do this: Go to safe_html in portal_transforms tool Make sure param and object are valid tags (not nasty tag).

After that, you should flush the cache of ZODB by going to 1. Zope root app ZMI 2. Control Panel 3. Database 4. main (or whatever zodb you have) 5. Flush Cache tab 6. Press "Minimize" button

This will remove from ZODB cache all cooked texts. This procedure is mentioned at the top of safe_html in portal_transforms.

Upgrading

From 0.8*

The upgrade to version 0.8* is an important and large update. Basically, it gets rid of the Gallery type, replaces it with the regular Folder type along with a new view applied to the folder, namely the "Gallery View."

You can only successfully upgrade from the 0.8* series by first upgrading to a 1.x series release and then upgrading to the 2.x series.

From 1.x to 2.x

No longer support Slideshow 2 gallery which has been replaced with galleria.

From * to 3.x

You'll be required to change your respective collective.js dependencies to collective.ptg dependencies in buildout, re-run buildout.

Installation

Since this product depends on plone.app.z3cform, you'll need to add a few overrides for products versions in your buildout if you aren't using recent versions of Plone. Good news is that is you're using any other product that uses plone.app.z3cform, you'll already be good to go.

Basically, you'll need to add these to your buildout versions section ONLY IF you're running a plone < 4.1.

For Plone 4.0:

[versions]
z3c.form = 2.3.2
plone.app.z3cform = 0.5.0
plone.z3cform = 0.6.0
zope.schema = 3.6.0

and Plone 3.x:

[versions]
z3c.form = 1.9.0
plone.app.z3cform = 0.4.8
plone.z3cform = 0.5.10
zope.i18n = 3.4.0
zope.testing = 3.4.0
zope.component = 3.4.0
zope.securitypolicy = 3.4.0
zope.app.zcmlfiles = 3.4.3

These versions are not the exact versions plonetruegallery requires, it's just a known working set. If you already have plone.app.z3cform installed under different versions or wish to upgrade versions, you're fine doing so.

Then once you run buildout with this configuration, install collective.plonetruegallery via the the add-on product configuration. Also, make sure Plone z3cform support is installed too. If you experience issues where no settings appear in the Gallery Settings tab, reinstall Plone z3cform support.

Uninstall

First uninstall the collective.plonetruegallery product just like you would any other product. Then, go to portal_setup in the zmi and click on the Import tab. Once there, select the collective.plonetruegallery Uninstall Profile profile and run all the steps. Once that is done, you can remove the egg from your buildout.

Fetching of Images Explained

  • When rendering a picasa or flickr gallery, it checks if the images have been fetched within a day. If they have not, then it re-fetches the images for the gallery.
  • You can also force a specific gallery to be re-fetched by appending @@refresh to the gallery url
  • You can manually refresh all galleries on the site by typing in a url like mysite.com/@@refresh_all_galleries This means you can also setup a cron-like job to refresh all the galleries whenever you want to, just so it isn't done while a user is trying to render a page.

License Notes

This Plone product is under the GLP license; however, the Highslide JS display type uses the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License and is only for non-commercial use unless you have purchased a commercial license from the Highslide website. collective.ptg.pixelentity gallery (under construction) also requires a license

Credits

Coding Contributions

  • Patrick Gerken - huge help with 0.8 release
  • Espen Moe-Nilssen
  • Harald Friessnegger
  • Sylvain Bouchard

Translations

  • French - Sylvain Boureliou
  • Norwegian - Espen Moe-Nilssen
  • Brazilian Portuguese - Diego Rubert
  • Finnish - Ilja Everila
  • German - Jens W. Klein, Harald Friessnegger
  • Italian - Mirto Silvio Busico
  • Spanish - Enrique Perez Arnaud
  • Dutch - Rob Gietema, Martijn Schenk, Fred van Dijk

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