April 28, 2014 at 1:04 am #10721
Does this only work with digital downloads or can we set it up as in the eStore plugin to make it a physical product which will be mailed out via UPS or USPS for example. We want to sell digital prints that have been signed by the artist. For example we will have a high quality digital print created then signed by the author then mailed out to the buyer. I just like this plugin because it can categorize photos and the way it displays the photos is excellent.April 28, 2014 at 1:11 am #62541
The photoseller plugin handles both digital and physical photos.
You simply need to configure the appropriate physical variations for the price list of your gallery:
You can also configure shipping and/or tax in the plugin’s “Shipping” and “Tax” menus.April 28, 2014 at 4:28 pm #62542
Does this integrate with the eStore plugin or does it work on its own?April 29, 2014 at 2:21 am #62543
No the photo seller plugin does not integrate with eStore because it doesn’t need to.
The photo seller plugin operates completely independently in that it can handle all of the eCommerce functionality and also the photo presentation and delivery.April 29, 2014 at 11:15 pm #62544
Okay I now have two questions on the plugin. How do I set it to have only 10 in stock and have it automatically show the inventory count on the purchase page so the buyers can see the availability. I created a physical variation that shows:
232 Limited Edition 400 10. But on the add to cart page it doesn’t show the amount available. The photo details shows the shortcode [WPS_photo_details] which was created automatically. I see no signs anywhere if there is a shortcode to add inventory details. Plus even on the documents page no shortcodes are available. On some photos I only want to show the physical variations image.
My second question is on the video he shows the watermark in a grid pattern and when he shows the zoom you don’t see the watermark but when I do it the watermark shows on the zoom version. How do I remove this, it looks ugly to the customers plus it detracts from the details.April 30, 2014 at 12:36 am #62545
To set the inventory count for a photo you need to create a custom variation.
To do this, go to the gallery settings and scroll down to the “Gallery Images” section and edit the individual photo by clicking the “Edit” link. When inside the “Edit Media” page, just scroll down to the Custom Digital/Physical Variation settings and create a custom variation and enter the inventory count.
Currently the way the plugin displays the stock remaining on the front end is if somebody tries to add more than the available items to the cart it will display a message which looks like:
“There are currently only 2 items left in stock for: “Glossy 50×50″. Please choose another quantity for this item.”
If an item runs out of stock the plugin will display a “sold out” label in the item selection table.
when he shows the zoom you don’t see the watermark but when I do it the watermark shows on the zoom version
We changed this behaviour recently. We need to do it this way because of security considerations. If we showed the actual photo in the zoom, people can steal your original photo because they will be able to get the path from the browser by using firebug or developer tools.
You can minimise the prominence of the watermark by setting the opacity level accordingly in the gallery watermark settings.April 30, 2014 at 1:31 am #62546
Is there anyway to use the center watermark settings so when they look around the image it will be clear on the edges? I see how the quantity worked and it looks good. Thanks.April 30, 2014 at 1:41 am #62547
You can centre the watermark from the gallery settings. Look for the “Watermark Text Placement” field.April 30, 2014 at 2:27 am #62548
I’m talking about when they use the zoom feature. It only shows the grid pattern. The center works on the main image but then when you move the mouse over it it shows the grid format. You can see what I’m talking about here: [http://wondervegas.com/photogallery/photo_details/?gallery_id=1&image_id=31]April 30, 2014 at 4:19 am #62549
Ok I see what you mean.
What we will do is change the code so that when the full-sized security photo with the watermark is created, the plugin will take the settings used in the watermark section. This way you will have some control over how the popup watermark looks.April 30, 2014 at 10:07 am #62550
That would be perfect, thank you.
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