Tagged: NextGen Gallery
August 8, 2011 at 9:20 pm #4009
I am experiencing a couple of issues. I have nextgen and eStore working for the most part. When looking at thumbnail on galley page, When I click on a thumbnail to enlarge the view I’m getting the following error:
“Rendering of template imagebrowser-wp-eStore-auto-addtocart.php failed”
The gallery-wp-auto-addtocart.php file is installed, so I don’t know I’m getting this error.
I have set up my NextGen Gallery using Alternate Integration Method (Method 2. How do I use and set-up the Stylish Product Display 3? I downloaded the Extra Shortcodes for WP eStore pluging and installed it. So now what? I cant seem to find the shortcode for this and if I did, I’m not sure how to make it work with the set-up mentioned above.
Any suggestions out there would be of great help.
RichardAugust 9, 2011 at 2:19 am #35319
The following file name is wrong so you incorrectly renamed the file.
The correct filename is “gallery-wp-eStore-auto-addtocart.php”
Go to the “view” directory of eStore and grab the “gallery-wp-eStore-auto-addtocart.php” file then copy and past it into the view directory of the nextgen gallery plugin (do not rename anything).August 9, 2011 at 6:55 pm #35320
I misstyped my message above…. The correct file is installed in the nextgen view folder.
The short code that is on my page is this:[nggallery id=2 template=wp-eStore-auto-addtocart]… When I add the word gallery to the short code, my grid display wont show and I get the following message: “Rendering of template gallery-gallery-wp-eStore-auto-addtocart.php failed”August 10, 2011 at 1:02 am #35321
The bottom line is this… you only get the “Rendering of template…. failed” message if NextGen gallery cannot find the template file that you are asking it to use in the “view” directory.
With that said, when you use the following shortcode, the NextGen gallery plugin will look for “gallery-wp-eStore-auto-addtocart.php” file in it’s “view” directory (it adds the “gallery-” keyword to the file name shortcode you specify) and if it can’t find that file it will show that error.
[nggallery id=1 template=wp-eStore-auto-addtocart]
So the simplest thing you can do is browse to the “view” folder of the NextGen gallery plugin and make sure the “gallery-wp-eStore-auto-addtocart.php” file exists there.
Check the “common mistakes” part from this post and see if you have done any of those:August 11, 2011 at 7:35 am #35322
You had the “Show ImageBrowser” option selected in your nextgen gallery settings. I unchecked that option and now the images show up fine.August 11, 2011 at 5:07 pm #35323
Thanks. You’re the best….
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