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DataObjectManager Module

Discuss the DataObjectManager module, and the related ImageGallery module.

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Galleria integration with ImageGallery


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12 November 2010 at 12:57pm Community Member, 10 Posts

Using this thread, I have managed to integrate Galleria into the DOM. I just have a couple of issues:
Uncle Cheese, you mentioned that the CSS is all messed up - is this why I can't find class="galleria-layout-unstyled" OR id="gallery-list" in any of the style sheets? So I'm not sure exactly what is controlling the styling of the Gallery. It works fine most of the time but sometimes the thumbnails don't line up tidily.
I'd like to have the main image showing when the page is first opened but my php skills are minimal so I'm not sure how to make this happen? At the moment only the thumbnails are visible at first until one is clicked to open the main image.
I'd also like to include a caption over the main image, although i may be able to work this one out myself.
Thats all for now I think!
Any advice would be a huge help!


8 December 2010 at 1:48pm Community Member, 10 Posts

Ok - i've figured out why the thumbnails were not lining up consistently - a javascript 'style' was affecting it.


23 March 2011 at 10:32pm Community Member, 10 Posts

I have followed the previous instructions in the thread to get Galleria working in my site. However when I view a gallery the main image doesn't load automatically. There is just a blank space above the thumbnails and the user has to click a thumbnail to manually load the main image.

You can see the site here:

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you


17 April 2011 at 12:15am Community Member, 1 Post

Try this:

Just unpack and put in the image_gallery/gallery_ui/

Not pretty, and (probably) not gracefully degradable (maybe Uncle Cheese can have a look at that), but works, FWIW. :)