April 14, 2011 at 3:11 pm #3182hwMember
I am trying to integrate NextGEN gallery and eStore. I have imported my images to NextGEN gallery and followed the instructions at “http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wordpress-estore-and-nextgen-gallery-integration-create-photo-shop-1200”
I am also using digital variations with separate download links.
All works fine except one thing.
NextGEN gallery has a search plugin which I am using to find images with different keywords and list them.
However the image search results are listing ok, for some reason, underneath the images instead of the “add to cart” button and the “variations” the code like:”[wp_eStore:product_id:3:end] etc.” is what can see.
(I need to mention that I have added the line “<span><?php echo $image->caption ?></span>” to the gallery.php s foreach section from the gallery-wp-eStore.php).
Is there anything idea what to do to get the variations and the add to cart button displayed at the search results?
Your help is much appreciated!April 15, 2011 at 12:12 am #31316
The search result that is coming from that plugin is not filtering WordPress shortcode. Contact the developer of that plugin and request him to add WordPress shortcode filtering on the search result. That will make it to where the search result will also show the button rather than the shortcode itself.April 15, 2011 at 9:54 am #31317hwMember
Thank you for your advice,
I have posted this question on the NextGEN forum too.
I was wondering if there could be an other solution with bypassing nextGEN completely.
The reason why I was using NextGEN gallery is that it grabbed the meta keywords from the images. This is essential when I want to do a search.
Is there any way to do the same within the eStore plugin? E.g. importing image meta-data (without manually typing in) when creating a product?
Many thanksApril 15, 2011 at 11:24 pm #31318
Nope, eStore doesn’t have the ability to import image meta data (this is usually a function of a gallery plugin).August 6, 2011 at 10:55 pm #31319rebekahzjonesMember
Have you had any luck? I saw several posts on the gallery comments with this same question and no answers as yet. I’ve tried a couple different things, to no avail. I’d be willing to tweak the NextGen search plugin to display shortcodes if I knew what the code was, lol. I’ll go post over on NextGen’s site as well…
~RAugust 7, 2011 at 2:28 am #31320
This is something the gallery plugin author will have to address. We cannot do much from our eStore plugin.
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