View Full Version : just installed pixelpost!
04-27-2006, 05:34 AM
...actually, installed 4 days ago, and since then - tweaking it (design and some minor core hacks). please tell me what you think ;)
04-27-2006, 09:01 AM
like it.. especially the fade effect on your overlib.
nice template. however, there are two things: (1) there is no "browse/archives" link which is nice to have, and (2) the "one back/random/one forth" link is underneath the image and since the images are not of fixed size, the links keep moving up and down which is quite inconvenient.
oh, and the images are very nice, too. congratulations.
04-27-2006, 08:35 PM
Joe[y], I used a pretty standard overlib with "unofficial" (yet accessible from the "official" page) fade plugin.
sbzx, I don't think the "archives" link is such a great idea. my goal with this photoblog is to take (and publish) one good looking picture every day (and this picture shouldn't be work-related: I am a wedding photographer). so it will be 7 pix a week, 365 pix a year: too much for the standard issue "archive" page, IMO. but maybe I will add a calendar/monthly view if I find an appropriate plugin :)
04-27-2006, 11:22 PM
..fixed an issue with navigation buttons placement, now they are on a top left (instead of bottom right). also somewhat optimized for XGA owners ;)
Trenton, what your calendar/monthly view does is pretty much what I thought an archive should do, you just call it another name, so that would be great.
04-28-2006, 03:32 AM
sbzx, do you mean my "attic" (http://daily.talbot-photo.com/?x=archivecalendar)? :)
I just [almost] finished tweaking it. it was an "archivecalendar" add-on, after few core hacks it sorta useful now..
This is exactly what I meant. It's a pretty nice one, congrats, man!
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