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#1 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Map embed with pym » Yesterday 03:19:56

richam wrote:
Daniel Leu wrote:

I would try with album_bottom() and albumset_bottom() instead. Please post a link when you did it and it's still not working.

Daniel, I got it working with pallet01_bottom().  I borrowed your snippet (strtolower($this->slug) to get the slug and then echo the iframe command.  I got a few albums working, still many to go.  Here's a couple of examples:

http://michaelrichardsphotography.com/g … t-battles/

http://www.michaelrichardsphotography.c … -varennes/

Appreciate the help.

smile

#2 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Copyright Notice Location » Yesterday 03:18:04

It's on the page template in the footer section.

#4 Re: Backlight 2 Support » How to integrate 360 Panos? » 2019-12-07 07:43:28

Or if you can share the link to this index.html file, we might see another solution.

#5 Re: Backlight 2 Support » How to integrate 360 Panos? » 2019-12-07 06:32:43

I assumed that you want to integrate the index.html inside the backlight framework so your site has a consistent look&feel. You can simply add a link to the index.html and have index.html standalone.

#6 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Facebook Pixel » 2019-12-07 03:40:52

The facebook documentation says to put it in the header just before the </head> tag. You can use the phplugins head hook:

function head() { 
echo <<<HEREDOC

place_your_fb_pixel_code_here

HEREDOC;
} 

#7 Re: Backlight 2 Support » How to integrate 360 Panos? » 2019-12-07 03:33:12

Basically the function I would need is for a page or template to load an "index.html" file.

I think that the Pym Embedded iFrame feature is what you are looking for: http://backlight.theturninggate.net/doc … tation_pym

#9 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Map embed with pym » 2019-12-06 02:39:40

I would try with album_bottom() and albumset_bottom() instead. Please post a link when you did it and it's still not working.

#10 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Map embed with pym » 2019-12-04 03:31:20

Yes you can! In your phplugin function, you can check on which page you are and insert your code as desired. An example is shown on this blog post where I insert breadcrumbs on non-gallery pages.

#11 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Map embed with pym » 2019-12-03 23:22:55

Sorry, I don't know what's going on. But you might try to use phplugins to insert your iframe code in the target album(s). Not as elegant, but might be a workaround until the cause of your issue is found.

#13 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Map embed with pym » 2019-12-03 01:58:04

richam wrote:
Daniel Leu wrote:

I created an album and an album set and used the html code for the iframe in the description field. Published without error and the maps show on my page.

Are you using a Mac?  If so, please provide details -- OS version, LR version, etc.

I'm on Mojave 10.14.6 with Lr Classic 8.4.1.

#14 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Seperate Title from Caption in Slideshow » 2019-12-03 01:07:45

volvoxturbo wrote:

Hi Rod,

thank you for your response.
I played around with Daniels phpplugins script and it works good for single-image pages. But unfortunately they are not swiepable, so I fall back to the slideshow and have to live with it.

Best regards,
Oliver

Yep, to make single-image pages swipeable is something on my todo list.

#15 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Map embed with pym » 2019-12-03 01:06:16

I created an album and an album set and used the html code for the iframe in the description field. Published without error and the maps show on my page.

#16 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Stripe Payments » 2019-11-29 01:36:43

Cart works exactly the same way with Backlight 2 as it did with Backlight.

#17 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Stripe Payments » 2019-11-27 06:46:10

... even for the Cart as a whole.

I'm saddened to read this since the Cart is such a cool feature! I'm very happy with it.

#19 Re: Backlight 2 Support » New court decision of 01 October 2019 on GPDR. Cookies must be changed » 2019-11-22 14:02:48

Hi Ben,

I run Cookiebot on my site as well and get in addition the Google tracking cookies:

_ga danielleu.com HTTP 2 years
First found URL: https://danielleu.com/
Cookie purpose description: Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.
Initiator: Script tag, page source line number 56
Source: https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js
Data is sent to: United States (adequate)
Prior consent enabled: No

#20 Re: Backlight Support » PayPal issue » 2019-11-22 11:30:23

Cool. Looks like https://leighonseaphotography.co.uk works now!

Unexpected error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in PayPalHelper.php on line 323

As Ben mentioned, it looks like the curl PHP module is missing in your installation. Did you contact your host?

Command:    CWD /

You can't upload something to '/'. You have to upload the file to the root directory of your site (eg, '~' or '/home/leighonseaphotography/public_html' or whatever the root directory of your site is).

BTW, I would recommend upgrading to Backlight 2 one of these days since many things have much improved. A little but handy new feature is the option for automatic redirect from http to https.

#21 Re: Backlight Support » PayPal issue » 2019-11-22 01:28:03

It doesn't look that you changed http to https in backlight/settings as mentioned before.

#22 Re: Backlight Support » PayPal issue » 2019-11-21 00:35:53

It looks like you already have an SSL certificate. So the only thing you need to do (as far as I remember) is setting your Site URL in backlight>settings to use https:// instead of http://.

If this is working, don't forget to update the Lr Publisher URL to use https:// as well. Otherwise you can't publish from Lightroom anymore, in case you were doing this.

In order to force everyone to use https://, you can set this in backlight>settings>privacy: "Automatically Redirect Browsers To https" = true.

#23 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Image size » 2019-11-13 00:40:27

The first image (Recent Gallery) has a different aspect ratio than the the other two. For these three links, create your own thumbnails with the requested size and aspect ratio of 400x320. There is no point to load a full-size image for a thumbnail as you do right now.

#25 Re: Backlight 2 Support » Cannot install latest update » 2019-11-12 13:31:55

If you Google Catalina and 'Class not found: ZipArchive', you'll find that you are not the only one with this problem and there are many solutions out there.

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