Revision 2.9.a (2018-03-09)
About: - 'Whois Online' monitors access to index or photo pages.
- Advanced users: template variables are available in all cases and for inclusion in your own extensions.
- Others: Use of the default display.
- Variables and default display include:
* Total hits, Photo hits,
* A link to your recently viewed photos,
* A link to recently viewed photos by others,
* Last hits in 5, 10, 60 minutes,
* 24 hour or yesterday hits,
* Last 5min, hour, 24 hours visitors,
* Recent guest(s), member(s),
Changes: bug fixed, error with username containing a quote
Revision 2.9.3 (2018-02-26)
About: Language Switch is a distributed plugin.
Check compatibility before you download.
Language Switch can be useful to allow guest or members to switch to another language by a click on the related flag.
When visitor clicks on it, it saves the chosen language in his session or in profile for members, then the current page is reloaded in the new language.
Changes: same as Piwigo 2.9.3
Revision 3.1.1 (2017-04-25)
About: April 2017, php7 user use last version (3.1.x)
Did you ever want to add none picture files to your gallery ( eg. .flv, .mp3, .pdf or any data files, now also html5)?
"Charlies content" is a global solution for those files.
Add charlies_content to your gallery, install and activate via plugins administration page, and proceed your multimedia files as you do for your pictures.
Not modified but tested ok with piwigo 2.7, also 2.8. Compatible php7
This "3.1" version should be OK, now, read the README-FIRST file, but still not widely tested, so use at your own risks
It's sometime necessary to install it manually, just copy the archive content to the plugins folder. the plugin folder name have to be "charlies" or any other, but without . or -
Changes: vérification de compatibilité avec la version 2.9 de piwigo, quelques typos corrigées dans des fichiers texte
Revision 2.8.a (2016-03-21)
About: 'rightClick' plugin deactivates the context menu on websized pictures and more.
The Picture page, 'akBookStyle', 'Lightbox' and 'HD Shadowbox' are protected by default.
Other valid jQuery selectors could be added to the default list.
By default, users with the "admin" privacy level can access the right-click menu.
Context menus are disabled in main browsers.
Please, remember that 'rightClick' is not a fully secured solution against image copying.
Changes: Protect photos in Fotorama
* Japanese (日本語 [JP])
* Cambodia (ខ្មែរ [KH])
Revision 2.31 (2015-09-07)
About: PiwigoPress is the one-stop solution for linking WordPress with your Piwigo photo album.
On the one hand, it provides a WordPress Sidebar Widget that links your blog to some public pictures of a Piwigo gallery. The widget also generates several highly valuable links in sidebars of your WordPress blog, all of them being optional: a thumbnail linking to the corresponding picture page, menus directing to all albums defined as public in the gallery, several additional links to most recent, most viewed, most commented pictures, and more.
On the other hand, by using a shortcode [PiwigoPress ...] you can add any public picture of a Piwigo gallery. To facilitate writing of shortcodes, PiwigoPress provides a shortcode generator. Each time you add some pictures to your gallery you will be able to add a post related to your last uploaded photos. So, your friends and family are going to like your photos and Search Engines are going reference your gallery with the refbacks provided by PiwigoPress.
Development of PiwigoPress is open to contributions, please use the github page (https://github.com/norbusan/piwigopress) for patches, bug reports, and issues.
Changes: PiwigoPress is back
Since the last announcement here many things have changed, and many releases have been made. First of all, vpiwigo has handed over maintainership to me. Thanks a lot to him for his great work!
Listing the changes since 1.04, please see the changelog at the WordPress site for details: https://wordpress.org/plugins/piwigopress/changelog/
Development is now done on github, and everyone is invited to send requests, bug reports, suggesions, and of course code, via github's issue system: