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NextGen Smooth Gallery:Showing a gallery based on custom field ID - Wordpress Solution
[Solved] - NextGen Smooth Gallery:Showing a gallery based on custom field ID - Wordpress Solution
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I have a custom field in my code called 'gallery' which holds the album ID from NextGen Gallery. What I would like to do is parse that through to NextGen Smooth Gallery so it'll display the gallery alongside the post. I have the following at the top:
<?php $gallery = get_post_meta($post->ID, 'gallery', true); ?>
And I've been trying to call it using:
<?php echo do_shortcode("[smooth=id:$gallery;]"); ?>
But all it does is show [smooth=id$3]. (3 being the ID) What am I doing wrong? Just uploaded the source code to [[LINK href="http://pastebin.com/m59df2a28"]]http://pastebin.com/m59df2a28[[/LINK]] and you can view it at [[LINK href="http://wordpress.geek.nz/logan/test/"]]http://wordpress.geek.nz/logan/test/[[/LINK]]

Solution - 1

This doesn't work because what you put in your post ( [smooth=id:yyy;] ) isn't a shortcode. It's just a filter on the_content :) Just make a custom loop using wp_query where you want to display your gallery and insert just the one page that has [smooth=id:yyy;] in it. After that exclude that page from the menu and you should be set... sort of... Or just use a different gallery plugin for nextgen: http://www.cozmoslabs.com/2010/01/13/wordpress-photo-slideshow/ It can be modified quite a lot ( it's based on http://spaceforaname.com/galleryview )


Solution - 2

I can't get this plugin working (keeps saying it only works with NextGen Gallery - which I have instaled), so I can't test the code. I looked through the code and like Cristian said it adds a function to the content filter, so I thing this should work:


<?php
$gallery = get_post_meta($post->ID, 'gallery', true); ?>

if($gallery){
	echo apply_filters( "the_content", '[smooth=id:$gallery;]' ); 
}
?>
Later Edit: a bit of update, a check to be sure if the $gallery is set.


Solution - 3

This should work (hope so). Give it a try...

<!-- Get the post meta gallery Id -->

<?php $cf_getGalleryId = get_post_meta($post->ID, 'gallery', true); ?>

<!-- Check if it relly does exist  -->

<?php if ($cf_getGalleryId != Null) : ?>

<!-- Execute the shortcode for that gallery Id  -->

<?php echo do_shortcode('[smooth=id:' . $cf_getGalleryId . ';]') ; ?>

<?php endif; ?>

Date: 2022-10-21 05:23:23
Category: Wordpress
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