Zenphoto and Youtube API integration 12 July 2010
timgraham has now made a different, interessting attempt using the Youtube API that requires theme modification though. Maybe someone would like to make this a plugin as timgraham suggests himself.
This plugin is a combination of many of the Facebook social plugins implemented for easy use in your Zenphoto gallery. Simply set the options in the admin interface and make the appropriate template changes to place the Facebook features/integration you'd like. This plugin also creates all the proper Open Graph meta tags so that your site "looks pretty" when seen on Facebook wall posts, etc.
IMPORTANT: Beginning with this release we are skipping testing for PHP 4 and MySQL 4. We do all developing on PHP 5.2+ and MySQL 5.0+. We will not deliberately invalidate using these older versions; however, we are are not able to test on the older software versions anymore due to a lack of resources. Thanks for understanding. Let us know on the forum and bugtracker if serious problems surface.
Please note: The original trisweb.com blog is not active anymore, thus all links are broken. All contents have been moved to zenphoto.org's news section so far possible.
Yeah, you read correctly. Zenphoto has been around for five years now. We can't quite believe it ourselves and are glad that we managed the important 1.3 release for Zenphoto's birthday.
Let us take a quick look at how it all started:
On April 24, 2005 Zenphoto's original developer, Tristan Harward, posted the ambitious idea of "Reinventing the photo (...)
This plugin directly handles the 3gp and mov video class images if Apple Quicktime is installed on the visitors system. Other formats require a multimedia player to be enabled. The actual supported multimedia types may vary according to the player enabled.
An example of setting defaults for comment form data.
Cleans the database and removes any orphan entries for comments, images, and albums.
Refreshes the metadata from image items in the database.
This is a button interface for the admin backend's overview page.
When importing JPEG images to an album, this filter checks for the EXIFOrientation value and when this value suggests that the image must be rotated, it rotates the image and updates the EXIFOrientation value accordingly, so that the image will not be rotated again.
Requires jpegtran installed on the server.