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Elegant theme for DigiKam/Kipi HTML Expo

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Elegant theme for DigiKam/Kipi HTML Expo
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Elegant theme for DigiKam/Kipi HTML Expo
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Elegant theme for DigiKam/Kipi HTML Expo
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Downloads:  1997
Submitted:  Jul 8 2007
Updated:  Sep 5 2007

Description:

This is a theme for Digikam's Kipi HTML export function. It's based on the "Simple" theme by Aurélien Gâteau but uses Lytebox (by Markus F. Hay http://www.dolem.com/lytebox/) to display the images in a slideshow.

Note: I developed this theme using features in the new kipi-plugins 1.4.0. If you are using an older version of kipi-plugins try the last link.

Installation:
To install (at least on Kubuntu or Fedora):

Current user only:
untar this file to:
~/.kde/share/apps/kipiplugin_htmlexport/themes/

All users (requires root):
untar this file to:
/usr/share/apps/kipiplugin_htmlexport/themes/




Changelog:

09/05/2007: (Version 1.4.0)
* If collection is divided into multiple pages, the lytebox slideshow contains all images in the collection, not just the images on the current page.
* Removed some (seldom used?) lytebox parameters.
* Re-arranged some files to keep the directory structure cleaner.
* Simplified some of the xslt code.

07/26/2007: (Version 1.3.1)
* Fixed a bug where extra blank pages were being generated for each collection.
* Removed some code redundancy in template.xsl.
* The parent link in full size image pages now correctly shows the name of the parent collection, instead of "Collection List".

07/13/2007:
* Included link to previous version which doesn't have as many lytebox parameters (for smaller screens).

07/12/2007: (Version 1.3.0)
* Upgraded to Lytebox version 3.20.
* Added ability to configure many Lytebox options through the kipi plugin. There are quite a few, so I'm a bit concerned about how this will display on low-res screens since HTMLExport does not scroll the options dialog. Feedback welcome.

07/10/2007: (Version 1.2.0)
* Added ability to use custom colors.
* Fixed bug where "Page link location" setting was not being honored for individual image pages.
* Made the target area of the page links larger so they are easier to click.

07/09/2007: (Version 1.1.1)
* Added option to not use LyteBox and create a separate page to view each fullsize image.

07/09/2007: (Version 1.1.0)
* Added ability to limit the number of thumbnails per page. Pagination link locations are configurable.

07/09/2007: (Version 1.0.1)
* Added a version of the theme for kipi-plugins version 1.3.0. Since this version of HTML export does not support user parameters, only the "dark" style is included.

* Minor updates to the css files so that the fonts are consistent across browsers.

07/08/2007: (Version 1.0.0)
* Initial release.
* Modified from "Simple." Dark style is now monochrome, and images are overlayed on top of the current page using the Lytebox script.



License:
Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/)


(Version 1.4.0 for kipi-plugins 1.4.0+)
(Version 1.3.1 for kipi-plugins 1.4.0+)
(Version 1.2.0 for kipi-plugins 1.4.0+)
(Version 1.0.1 for kipi-plugins 1.3.0)
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 nice!

 
 by jerrad on: Jul 9 2007
 
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nice work! compiments!


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 Wow

 
 by liquidat on: Jul 9 2007
 
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You should really try to get this theme upstream - it is easily the best available.
Maybe it could even be used as a new type of html theme engine to create others based on it?

I mean, compared to the other themes available it is simply a new generation (the first real Ajax theme I think).


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 wow

 
 by samsonov on: Jul 10 2007
 
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awesome work! you should contact aurelien gateau (maintainer of HTML export plugin) whether he's interested in including your theme into kipi-plugins package.


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 File naming format

 
 by LocoMojo on: Jul 11 2007
 
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This is a very convenient way to make sharp looking photo galleries. I've already used it to make several galleries.

I have one gripe though. When I use this it tacks on a .jpeg extension which I don't much care for. In other words if I have 01.jpg, 02.jpg, 03.jpg...the finished gallery winds up with 01_jpg.jpeg, 02_jpg.jpeg, 03_jpg.jpeg.

Is it at all possible to make it so that it uses the original naming format so that I'd wind up with 01.jpg instead of 01_jpg.jpeg?

Thanks much for this wonderful addition to Digikam!

LocoMojo


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 Re: File naming format

 
 by wjarosz on: Jul 11 2007
 
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Unfortunately this is not something I can change at the theme level. The file naming is done by the HTMLExport plugin before the theme even gets applied.


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 Re: Re: File naming

 
 by LocoMojo on: Jul 11 2007
 
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Yeah, I was afraid of that.

Oh well!

Your theme is easily the best available that I could see.

Good work!

LocoMojo


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 nice

 
 by linux3114a on: Jul 12 2007
 
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it's possible to recover the digikam photo comment to put under each displayed photo
Suggestion...... ! ! !


Raoul
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 Re: nice

 
 by wjarosz on: Jul 12 2007
 
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The comments are already displayed as captions under the images. In the 3rd screenshot example the caption is "more beams." Maybe I don't understand, is this not what you had in mind?


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 Gaps in rows

 
 by LocoMojo on: Jul 13 2007
 
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Hi wjarosz,

Just upgraded to 1.3.0 and you're right, the options dialog is way too big for my 1024x764 screen. Any way you could fix that with tabs maybe?

A new problem came up for me. I'm getting gaps between pictures in the rows. Check out my screenshot to see what I mean.

http://img458.imageshack.us/img458/9343/elegantsssl9.jpg

LocoMojo


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 Re: Gaps in rows

 
 by wjarosz on: Jul 13 2007
 
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I don't think the HTMLExport plugin allows the theme to specify tabs currently. Perhaps for now I'll just make sensible defaults for many of the lesser used options?

Could you send me the html (or a link) to one of the galleries that is exhibiting the line breaks? That would make debugging much easier.

-w


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 Re: Re: Gaps in rows

 
 by LocoMojo on: Jul 13 2007
 
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I'll do you one better and tell you what the problem is.

If the last row of thumbnails is not full then the footer div will muck things up.

In other words, if I set up a page with a maximum of 20 pictures, but only actually use 18 pictures then the last row will be short 2 pictures and the footer div will try to fill that gap.

What needs to be done is to always make the last row full before the div footer comes in. Maybe you could fill the gaps with transparent spacers?

LocoMojo


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 Re: Re: Re: Gaps in

 
 by LocoMojo on: Jul 13 2007
 
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Or better yet, just add a break tag after the last picture?

LocoMojo


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Gaps in

 
 by wjarosz on: Jul 13 2007
 
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I don't have access to digikam 0.9.2 from work, so I'll have to work on this once I get home. In the meantime I'll add back the link to previous versions that don't have as many lytebox parameters.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by LocoMojo on: Jul 14 2007
 
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Actually I prefer the latest version with all the options. I just simply hold the alt button down and drag the options dialog around to work with it. It's inconvenient, but workable.

If you can't fix the gaps problem, that isn't so much a problem for me either since I could just manually edit the index.html file to get it working correctly.

Cheers!

LocoMojo


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 Re: Gaps in rows

 
 by wjarosz on: Jul 16 2007
 
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I still cannot reproduce this behavior. There is nothing in the generated HTML that treats full rows differently than partial rows. What browser are you using? Does it happen in both konqueror and firefox? If you could send me the html that would be useful. Thanks for the input!


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