For instructions on use, see the original post.
WordPress 2.1.x Issues
LZIL is compatible with 2.1.x, as far as I can tell! There’s also a new version, version 0.45, that adds a few new features:
- Thickbox support: If you’re using Cody Lindley’s ThickBox CSS image gallery with jQuery, then you can use the new
thickbox:selector instead of
thickbox:galleryto use the gallery features (gallery can be whatever you want).
Internal Bug Fixes: There was a bug in calculating the width of the image, which meant that the
$lzi_full+widthvariable was set 10 pixels too small. It now matches. This is mostly useful for people using fixed-width site designs.
WordPress 2.0.x Issues
- April 14, 2006: Asperientje has released a version of LZIL that adds a few more features I never got around to implementing: centering images, borderless images, and so forth. Check it out!!! It’s an unofficial branch. UPDATE: If you are using this version of the plugin, you should contact Asperientje regarding issues with it, not me. I have not personally reviewed the code in his plugin.
Mar 02, 2006: The new version of LZIL adds the ability to delete cache files. Hooray! It’s also a little more informative on the Option page. Download 0.40. Please exercise caution when testing the cache delete functionality. I am also reviewing security of the plugin; if any PHP gurus want to give me some tips, I’m all ears! And yes, this one does now detect the
wp-contentpath without using the
Feb 28, 2006: I’m working on a new version of LZIL that will detect the upload path in a different way. This has a new options page that doesn’t yet do anything, but will allow you to clear the cache and set other parameters without editing the plugin code.
The new WYSIWYG editor in WordPress 2.0 may cause formatting alignment issues with the current version of LZIL (0.36). The workaround is to edit your post in HTML mode.
The reported path problem was just a CSS bug in someone’s template. LZIL version 0.36 is still fine. I’m still not sure if WordPress 2.0 still has the
fileupload_realpathsetting in the
wp-optionstable. Will have to install a new db and blog to know for sure. Last updated Jan 3, 2006.
QUESTION: Has ‘wp-options’ database table dropped
fileupload_url? There is currently no way to set these values in WordPress 2.0. Haven’t yet found definitive list of option changes. LZIL is dependent on these options to correctly find the image relative to the
wp-contentdirectory. Need feedback from testers.
If there are any problems, leave a comment and I’ll do my best to address them as quickly as possible. I’m planning on bringing LZIL up to spec with an admin panel plus several user-submitted enhancements,
in January of 2006 when I can get a moment. LZIL may not be necessary with the new thumbnail features of WP 2.0, but I’ll take a look at what it does. Integration would be better!
Debugging HelpTo make it easier for me to diagnose your problem, please make sure you do the following:
- Provide a URL to a page on your WordPress blog that is exhibiting the problem, and identify the area where it is occuring. Sometimes it’s not obvious to me!
Tell me what browser you’re seeing the problem in.
Tell me what version of WordPress are you using.
Send me the
!@line that you’re using to show the thumbnail.
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