EventPhotosModule generated by ModuleStudio 1.3.0. This module is intended for being used with Zikula 1.5.4 and later.
The idea of this module: Create a very simple album to share some nice photo collections
- Copy RKEventPhotosModule into your
modulesdirectory. Afterwards you should have a folder named
Resourcesthe code of the module is).
- Initialize and activate RKEventPhotosModule in the extensions administration.
- Move or copy the directory
/userdata/RKEventPhotosModule/. Note this step is optional as the install process can create these folders, too.
- Make the directory
/userdata/RKEventPhotosModule/writable including all sub folders.
Remark: If you are using big images you should increase the memory in
1G would be nice.
EventPhotosModule do have Album ui hooks provider. With this you can hook any album to any other module item e.g. NewsModule.
You can map the album entity or the album item entity to the category system of Zikula.
There is the standard Scribite implementation of Modulestudio available.
There are the standard Content plugins of Modulestudio implemented.
Special Album settings
The album is shown by the script flexImages. The maximum hight of the rows can be managed here.
Here you can configure parameters for list views.
Image settings for album items image like shrinking or the different sizes for the images in different views.
These options allow you to configure integration aspects. The selection will be used by the Scribite Plugin.
Here you can inspect and amend the existing workflows. This should be used by very experienced users only.
Third Party Scripts
FancyBox is the used lightbox for showing the images. They are touch enabled and responsive.
The configuration of that plugin is located in
Normally there is no need to change anything here.
FlexImges are used for creating fluid galleries in the album display.
Bug reports, issues and improvements
If you find any bug or you have some issues or improvements please do not hesitate to add an issue in the Github issue tracker of this module. Any pull request is wellcome.
Without modulestudio this module would never existing. I am not a programmer. My own skills are very limited. But I do not have to thank Axel for his module but also for his patience and additional help during the development of this module. His support and his modulestudio are a big help. Thank You!