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Galleria integration into Plone

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Galleria is a great JQuery slideshow plugin. This integration is based on and provide most of galleria options through collective.configviews



If true, this will start playing the slideshow with a 5 seconds interval (default). If you set this to any number, ie: 4000, it will start playing with that interval (in milliseconds)


This option defines if the the carousel should follow the active image. You can control the speed of the animation with the carouselSpeed option. Please note that animating heavy thumbnails can affect your main image animation, so if you are seeing big lags in the main animation you can try to set this option to false.


Set this to false if you do not wish to display the caption.


Set this to false if you do not wish to display the counter.


Set this to false if you do not wish to display the image navigation (next/prev arrows).


The transition that is used when displaying the images. There are some built-in transitions in Galleria, but you can also create your own using our Transitions API.


The milliseconds used in the animation when applying the transition. The higher the number, the slower is the transition.


During playback, Galleria will stop the playback if the user presses thumbnails or any other navigational links. If you dont want this behaviour, set this option to false.


By default, Galleria fetches the width from the containing element. But you can use this option to manually set a gallery width.


Galleria needs a height to work properly. You can set the height using this option to make sure it has the correct height. If no height is set, Galleria will try to find the height of the parent container.


This option is for turning debug on/off. By default, Galleria displays errors by printing them out in the gallery container and sometimes throw exceptions. For deployment you can turn debug off to generate a more generic error message if a fatal error is raised.


In its way to manage themes, Galleria parses all link tags to find the css attached to the theme. To make it work in production mode you must add theme’s css and javascript called by the template.

// look for manually added CSS
$('link').each(function( i, link ) {
    reg = new RegExp( theme.css.replace('\+\+resource\+\+','\\+\\+resource\\+\\+') );
    if ( reg.test( link.href ) ) {
        // we found the css
        css = true;
        Galleria.theme = theme;
        return false;

As you can see the original code has been patched to support ++resource++ url.







1.2.3 (2013-05-01)

  • Fix folder_full_view when have many galleria. Use @@uid.

1.2.2 (2013-05-01)

  • Add support for [toutpt]

1.2.1 (2012-07-17)

  • Add french translation

1.2 (2012-06-28)

  • Add lightbox option.

1.1 (2012-05-11)

  • Adding responsive option.

1.0 (2012-02-22)

  • Make it depends on collective.js.galleria

1.0b2 (2011-11-17)

  • fix bugs

1.0b1 2011-08-01

  • Initial release

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