Zenphoto 126.96.36.199 Feb 03, 2011
See the changes on trac for more information.
Since we changed a few details regarding themes with the
Zenphoto 1.4 release we did one of our quite rare test runs of all
third party themes we list on our site.
We also decided to update those older 3rd party themes that we host to be roughly compatible (an exception to normally not supporting these.) We re-added the simple+ theme we also roughly updated. These themes remain minimally featured and are still not officially supported.
One of these themes, the Garland theme, will become distributed with Zenphoto 1.4.1. It is an adaption of a Wordpress theme (which is the adaption of a Drupal theme actually) made by the former team member aitf311 years ago.
We threw out a few themes that were just minor clones of the stopdesign theme and the default theme and therefore did not add real value anymore :
We also labeled three themes "abandoned" by their developers since the sites/downloads are not active anymore:
Sadly we also discovered that most of the newer 3rd party themes are not yet or not anymore fully compatible currently. Most are just php notices and deprecated function notes but some themes throw warnings and error or so (...)
This is a just a bugfix release for 1.4 without new features. Changes can be viewed on the trunk (svn) as usual: http://www.zenphoto.org/trac/browser/trunk
A rather simple theme with support for slimbox (like lighbox) and reflections by Nils K. Windisch. you have to edit the contact link and upload only images with the desired end result size (800px longest border = recommended). install instruction here.
Note: This theme seems not to be supported by its author anymore.
Note: This article already had been published in September 2009 under the title "Theme design changes that will appear in Zenphoto 1.3.2". Since 1.3.2 was skipped in favor of 1.4 it is now being republished.
With the 1.4 release we have undertaken some revisions to how themes should normally be coded. They are summarized below:
New filters have been defined to allow plugins to insert HTML in strategic locations on the WEB page.
The management of image and album thumbnails per "row" has been regularized and incorporaed with the theme options. Themes (...)