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Freelancer needed for quick job

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Community Member, 19 Posts

12 March 2014 at 3:13pm

I'm looking to hire someone's services to solve what is probably a very simple problem.

I have been trying for a week now to use your 'GridFieldBulkEditingTools' for SS3. I can never get it to work. I just keep getting the generic "Internal Server Error" without an error_log message.
It is fine until I add the components - I can get SortableGridField to work using their example code for "has_many".

Basically I am trying to do the following:

  • Create a system which allows bulk uploading of several photos
  • can easily be reordered
  • allows for multiple image entries to be deleted or moved
  • For each image, I need to be able to enter a "Title" field, "Description" field, and a 'Category' dropDownMenu with the options 'From Camera', 'Behind The Scenes', 'Travel'

I'm looking at using these variables to populate this gallery:

The javascript requires that I complete the following for each image:

‹img src="path/to/thumbnail"
        alt="Title here"
        title="Or here(more priority)"
        data-desc="some description"
        data-category="image category here"

By then, it would be great to be able to use something simple in the template like:

<% control ImageGallery %>
   <% control Image %>
      <img src="$Image.SetRatioSize(300,300)"
   <% end_control %>
<% end_control %>

...Or something similar. I hope my idea is making sense, and I'm sure someone could throw this together fairly quickly using the modules which already exist.

If this is of interest, please send me an estimate of cost to ctaylor(at)

- Chuck Taylor


Community Member, 55 Posts

4 September 2014 at 10:56pm

Do you still need help?