A new page type that embeds a responsive and touch-enabled image gallery with strip thumbnail navigator and zoomable slides
A new page type (GalleryPage) that provides everything needed to manage a photo gallery.
You can do bulk uploads and reorder the images by dragging and dropping their thumbnails in a dedicated tab (Gallery) inside the CMS. The same image can be shared among multiple galleries.
your choice. Out of the box the Fotorama library
is used. You can embed the default gallery block in your pages by
<%-- This is a typical Page.ss --%> <h1>$Title</h1> <div class="gallery"> <% include ContentGallery.ss %> </div> <div class="content"> $Content </div>
Keep in mind the default templates only use the
ThumbnailHeight settings: they must be set to a value greater than 0
or an error will be generated. By default they should be set by the CMS
to 400 and 64 respectively.
GalleryPage.ss layout template is provided. It
renders a full (standard) page, though it works out of the box only with
silverstrap because it relies on
some convention adopted by that theme.
This module adds some field to the Settings tab. This will allow to customize some aspect of the gallery at run time on a per page basis, e.g. the height of the thumbnail strip, the height of the image slide and a flag to show or hide the captions.
The fallback values can be customized too by leveraging the SilverStripe
Just create your own YAML file in
--- Name: DefaultSettings After: - 'gallery/*' --- GalleryPage: defaults: Captions: false Height: 480 ThumbnailWidth: 0 ThumbnailHeight: 80
The above settings will be applied to every instance of the
Although the project originally started as a fork of silverstripe-gallery by i-lateral, the actual code has been rewrote almost from scratch by ntd and, apart the name, practically everything else has changed.
The gallery module is implemented as an extension of silverstripe-carousel, so you must install it first. This in turn will install the sortablefile module that provides the drag and drop reordering feature.
To install silverstripe-gallery itself you should proceed as usual:
drop the directory tree in your SilverStripe root and do a
/dev/build/. You will gain the new
GalleryPage type in the CMS.
If you use composer, the dependencies will be pulled-in automatically, so you could just run the following command:
composer require entidi/silverstripe-gallery dev-master