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Post by MaGu »

Hello

I want to create a homepage for a sports club.
I theink CMS made simple will be good for tihs page but I have one problem:
I want to have image galleries on this homepage.

How can I integrate an image-gallery to CMS made simple?
Does anyone of you have an image-gallery that works with CMS made simple?

Greez
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How about a really really simply photo gallery like Qdig http://qdig.sourceforge.net/ for starters.

This works with a single php file and a directory of images.

Any idea how to make this into a module?


I am brand new on CMSMS 8.1 and come from postnuke and phpnuke. I find them to be great for portal but not so great for content... it seems to me that CMS Made Simple is really well suited for the smaller sites I am building centered around content.

great scripts!
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jptechnical wrote:How about a really really simply photo gallery like Qdig http://qdig.sourceforge.net/ for starters.

This works with a single php file and a directory of images.

Any idea how to make this into a module?


I am brand new on CMSMS 8.1 and come from postnuke and phpnuke. I find them to be great for portal but not so great for content... it seems to me that CMS Made Simple is really well suited for the smaller sites I am building centered around content.

great scripts!


Hi :)

i realized thi stupid solution
http://forum.cmsmadesimple.org/viewtopic.php?t=340

I will watch Qdig give me some day and you will have the module ;)
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That module you are referring to... is that the random image on the right hand side? Cool.

I just learned about what the html blobs are... I think this is going to be a pretty flexible CMS

I really hope we can get even a simple photo gallery going here soon. I have a few projects coming up for some of my clients that I would just love to give CMS a try in a production environment!
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jptechnical wrote:I really hope we can get even a simple photo gallery going here soon. I have a few projects coming up for some of my clients that I would just love to give CMS a try in a production environment!

Singapore works with CMS Made Simple. Documented in the wiki here: http://wiki.cmsmadesimple.org/pmwiki.php/Main/Singapore
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I just installed singapore and am trying it out now.

I am soooo stoked. I am really liking this package.


thanks for the link though... I didnt see the link to the wiki.
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Kickass.

A couple hints... in the wiki the quotes character " is actually 2 of the characters under the ~ key... there should be a comment in there that you cannot just cut and paste and expect it to work.


But I got it.

I hope to have a sample site up in a couple weeks, I am moving my own site onto this and officially giving postnuke the boot. Then I will possibly have a couple customer sites up as well.
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Post by Ted »

Awesome, glad it worked for you. Yeah, the singapore thing works REALY well. Patricia and I just redid the screenshots page on cmsmadesimple.org using it and it works great.
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Post by megabob3 »

Yep yep yep Singapore function very well :D

http://www.awakening.it/test


this is a stupid module to integrate Singapore inside CMSMS
http://www.awakening.it/test/uploads/singapore.zip

It use only CSV like database, this module is only a fast way to integrate it :p

For admin the gallery, inside CMSMS administration there is a link, and i used an IFRAME

opps i recevied a call, i have to go :D

sorry see you later.

Bye bye
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Post by megabob3 »

I was saying .... :)

Singapore function very weel, easy to integrate and easy to modify for yourself, with personal template.

Wishy for a better integration in future, we need the possibility of an interaction with the ADMIN user during the installation of a module.

For example, if i write an "ECHO" inside:
function singapore_module_install($cms) {
....
echo "something";
.....
}

I will never see it. This because for Singapore we can do a better interface installation, for example giving the possibility to choose dinamically what type of database use. Without going to modify directly the "singapore.ini"


Wishy i don't know if you are working on a gallery module, but if you aren't working may i have the task to do that for CMS Made Simple?

I can try to integrate it, without use IFRAME and avoid to do two access for administrate the gallaries.

I don't have much time, but after work in the nigth i could do something.

Bye :)


PS: Sorry for my bad english :D
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Post by megabob3 »

Thanks Patricia :)

I spent really few time believe me. I must study better the source code of Singapore, like of CMSMS.

It's only a question of time :)

I am newbie on PHP and CMS in general.

See you next time ;)
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