Would need to use it in the context of an include into the banner/header region rather than as a separate page type.
the component uses XML to show how many albums and galleries are available. Have integrated this into one of ourt own ASP driven CMS's before now but not familiar with PHP/SS/MVC framework. If anyone can help it would be appreciated.
No I need to populate the Slideshow Pro component dynamically from the SS cms at a page level to generate the appropriate XML via PHP probably.
Yes I've read the tutorials extensively and a hell of a lot of forum posts overthe last 2 weeks - so I'm pretty familiar with including a flash object via an ss include along with most of the basic stuff, but I need this to run from some type of SS controlled image management rather than as a static XML file on the server which would involve some complex code and as a designer I wouldn't be best positioned to scope that out, especially with an unfamiliar framework such as SS. Just checking to see if anyone else had tried this with their build that's all.
I am quite familiar with slideshowpro. i use it with SS but from statics xml data.
It looks like you need to write a controller which generates the xml file from the cms. Not a piece of cake, but doable. Should probably be a module for SS.
Maybe we could hire someone to develop this, split the cost and give it back to the community ? anyone interested ?
Pac - stay tuned - there will be an update to this integration soon from the SS team hopefully as I have contracted them to integrate the SSP component as part of a commercial project and hopefully this will be added either as an SS module or as a code work around 'titbit' for the whole community in the near future. By all accounts it's working out well so far...will keep you posted here.
I'm trying to get my Slideshowpro to work by including it as told earlier in this thread, but when I load the page it doesn't seem to load the swf. But when I copy the complete source and paste it into a html document, put this at root level and load it, it works fine...
I'm new to SS, and this is turning my hair grey!! :-)
The page that should hold the swf: http://www.garagegalleriet.dk/nypage/
The html test file: http://www.garagegalleriet.dk/test.html
remove the - <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> - in Page.ss in your theme. This sends the page as pure xml which is better then text/xml but it doesnt support document.write() and thats a issue with how the flash is being included.