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February 26, 2011 at 1:59 pm #2817Tacitus MediaMember
Hi there again.
My shop is working again, there’s another question left.
We will sell hundreds and thousands of pictures. So it’s important to sell them with the smallest effort. Product variations for different licenses is at least no problem, as you wrote here: http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/how-to-use-variation-control-in-wordpress-estore-plugin-345
But is there a possibility to do this with different image sizes and the nextgen gallery plugin as a 3rd party integration?
You know what I mean? We want to upload the images with the nextgen gallery plugin and insert them as a nextgen gallery in a new post. The customer can choose two different options:
– – – Single / Private
– – – Business [+5]
– – – Web / Small (640 x 480 px)
– – – Print / Large (2480 x 1748 px) [+5]
– – – Extra Large (3508 x 2400 px) [+15]
And, if it’s not easily possible, what would it take to write a hack for this?
Thanks and best greetings.
PascalFebruary 26, 2011 at 4:06 pm #29539Tacitus MediaMember
Maybe I figured out, how it’s possible.
I would create three products. (e.g. Product ID 1: Web / PID 2: Print / PID 3: Extra Large)
Then, I would configure the largest size (e.g. PID 3: Extra Large) as the main product ID in the 3rd party integration settings.
So the photographers can create three different galleries. (E.g. “Gallery X – Web”, “Gallery X – Print” and “Gallery X – Extra Large”)
Then, they upload the largest size in the “Gallery X – Extra Large”-Gallery and can insert them as a normal gallery in a post.
For the other sizes, they first have to upload the images. After uploading, they must go to “Manage Galleries” and insert some shortcode in the image description like step 3 on this site: http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wordpress-estore-and-nextgen-gallery-integration-create-photo-shop-1200
E.g.: [wp-eStore:product_id:1:end] for Web size or [wp-eStore:product_id:2:end] for Print size.
Just didn’t tested it, but it may work. If not, I’ll test it without the 3rd party integration.
It could work. It should work. It will work?
Am I right?
PascalFebruary 27, 2011 at 1:32 am #29540amin007Participant
yeah that should work.August 26, 2013 at 4:15 pm #29541FrankMember
Pascal, I know that this post is two years old, but did you get this working? Running multiple image sizes.?
ThanksAugust 27, 2013 at 1:51 am #29542adminKeymaster
Is this for selling photos/images?
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