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Hi, I am sure this question may been asked but I couldn’t find it in the forum. I am new to using Processwire CMS/CMF. I read great reviews on CMS blog about Processwire. So I decided to give It a try. I am trying to figure out what is the best way to structure a simple gallery. I will also need to be able to catalog the photos. Thank you,
Hi! I'm new to ProcessWire and i need a "little" help with my family's website. What i want: The website of my family contains a gallery, where photos are shown in several albums. The current tree looks like this: ---photos ------ New Year 2013 ------ Going to the zoo ------ Dad's 60th birthday ------ Our Pug ------ ... Showing all pictures on one page is no problem for me, i got that working. But the photos should be Instagram-like "commentable" and "likeable". So i have to create a page for every single image, right? My questions are now: what's "the best" way to do this? Is it possible to automate this process? And how? I hope you understand, what i'm trying to do... my english is not that good, school is a few days ago... paulbrause
Like others here, I build sites that require reuse of images. In my case, the images must always be accompanied by correct credits and descriptions, and must be replaced sitewide when our contract with the photographer ends. So centralized image storage is a must, and one page per image works fine. The challenge is selecting image pages from other pages in an easy, visual way. Soma's images module is a great move in that direction, but for my needs, users should work only with thumbs, never with HTML. The default pages field seems like it's allllmost there. I'd just like one of the field label choices to be the image field, and to choose a page by thumbnail. Ideally, the thumb will be shown on the page after selection, as it is with the images field. Even more ideally, the page picker will include search. Even even more ideally, I'd have the time and php chops to build this module myself.