View Full Version : MediaRSS addon (PicLens support) v1.0.1
03-16-2008, 02:40 AM
Did anyone get this addon working?
I installed it and the tag <MEDIARSS_AUTODETECT_LINK> succesfully renders the link (<link rel="alternate" href="addons/mediarss.php" type="application/rss+xml" title="My title - MediaRSS Feed" id="gallery" />.
However the piclens arrow doesnt appear in the bottom left corner of pictures like it does on other piclens enabled sites...
What am I misisng here?
04-04-2008, 06:32 AM
I didn't manage to get it working. The same problem.
04-04-2008, 07:09 AM
Well, seems that you guys have the same problem that I experienced and mentioned here: http://www.pixelpost.org/forum/showthread.php?t=7051&page=3
On my site I can only make use of PicLens on thearchive page but not on the common image page.
I guess that it's somehow to do with the template I am using (and also you guys) and the way the appropriated template uses background images.
All other sites I saw where the PicLens addon was working properly didn't have those background images.
But I am not sure if this is really the reason for that missing functionality or not ... just an idea.
Works fine by me. added the two tags and turned the addon on and works fine.
Only problem is on main page, which seems to come from the <next> and <previous> button. (a layer problem)
Tags: <MEDIARSS_AUTODETECT_LINK> - Renders a <link> tag with a location for the MediaRSS feed. Add this tag between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags in your image_template.html and browse_template.html.
Piclens now has new features.
Images now come with the name below the picture.
Als support for Youtube videos is added. and Youtube search
This is with version 1.6.3 (standard download on www.piclens.com)
07-06-2008, 07:46 PM
I'm having problems with this addon also. I have done what the instructions have stated. Put the mediarss.php in the addons folder and then add <MEDIARSS_AUTODETECT_LINK> inside the browse and image template headers.
When i view the page in the brower it doesnt work. After viewing the page source it shows that <MEDIARSS_AUTODETECT_LINK> doesnt render to what it's supposed to. it just leaves it alone.
Any ideas what i did wrong?
Hello I´ve a problem with MediaRSS addon (PicLens support) v1.0.2 too.
I have installed it like jeremyr bevore.
Then I surf to my site and start piclens. There are no pictures, ony the title of the pics. When I choose one of the pics and click on the earth-icon the new window has an error. But this small thing I have fix.
My URL is like: http://pics.domain.com
So I do this
Otherwise I get this: http://pics.domain.comindex.php?showimage=63
But how can I get the pictures in my piclens-window?
Thanks for any kind of helping!!!
Okay, I find the solution by myself. Maybe interesting for people how have the same construction: http://pics.domain.com
You have to change this 3 snippings:
$rssthumbnaildir = $cfgrow['siteurl']."thumbnails/thumb_";
$rsspicdir = $cfgrow['siteurl']."images/";
$rssthumbnaildir = $cfgrow['siteurl']."/thumbnails/thumb_";
$rsspicdir = $cfgrow['siteurl']."/images/";
03-07-2009, 02:17 PM
After reading these posts it seems that this addon has changed quite a lot?
This is where I am up:
I have the plugin working but it is only finding 15 pictures out of my stream
I would appreciate any help at all
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