This extension uses the jquery Gallery View plugin to render a set of images in refinerycms.
This gallery works well with the refinerycms-page-images extension, but it does not automatically display a gallery of page images. Installing this extension basically does nothing at all unless you load the _gallery.html.haml template.
This template must be given a local "page" object, but actually this doesn't have to be a Refinery::Page, it could be anything that supports a method called "images" that returns an array of image objects which in turn can supply a url via "image.thumbnail("570x270#c").url".
If you wish to do this with all pages, simply add a call to this _gallery partial in your _content_page partial:
<%= render 'refinery/jquery_gallery/gallery', :page => @page %>
Simply install the gem. There is no generator or migrations.
//= require refinerycms_jquery_gallery
You probably want to add a reference to the stylesheet "refinerycms_jquery_gallery" in your application.css.
gem build refinerycms-jquery_gallery.gemspec # Sign up for a http://rubygems.org/ account and publish the gem gem push refinerycms-jquery_gallery.gem
This code us available under the MIT licence. See attached licence file for full details.
Craig Ambrose http://github.com/craigambrose