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#1 2009-07-27 23:07:19

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
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WordPress and Piwigo living together

Hello Piwigo community,

Many of you also have a blog, and very often it's a WordPress powered blog. Recent topics lead me to think that it's time to work seriously on this issue.

The purpose of this topic is to define what you expect in term of integration between WordPress and Piwigo.

Once the functionnal needs will be defined, it will be easier to decide if we need to create Wordpress plugin, Piwigo plugin, themes, documentation "best practices".

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#2 2009-07-27 23:23:54

repie38
Piwigo Team
grenoble (FR)
2006-05-23
418

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

if it can be helpful, i got somewhere in my backup a yoga/dark theme for wordpress 2.2 (or 2.3).

edit : good news ! it works fine on latest wordpress version 2.8.2. some cosmetic things need to be checked
and it's not widget ready, but it works :)

Last edited by repie38 (2009-07-27 23:35:10)

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#3 2009-07-27 23:38:44

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13211

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

repie38, do you have some kind of a screenshot to show WordPress with yoga/dark colors?

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#4 2009-07-28 00:45:01

repie38
Piwigo Team
grenoble (FR)
2006-05-23
418

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/9250/77699921.th.png
login form on public side isn't fully fonctionnal (blank page after submit, but works on refresh)
tell me if you want a zip file of it ;)

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#5 2009-07-28 20:51:09

Gotcha
Piwigo Team
Pourrières (83) [FR]
2007-03-14
604

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

@Repie38:
Is it a "fusion" ??? (Piwigo + WP) ?

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#6 2009-07-28 21:35:21

repie38
Piwigo Team
grenoble (FR)
2006-05-23
418

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

no, it's just a wordpress theme

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#7 2009-07-28 21:52:01

Gotcha
Piwigo Team
Pourrières (83) [FR]
2007-03-14
604

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

Ok, thanks

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#8 2009-07-28 22:41:47

YannCo
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Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

Hello;

I try to write english !

How want you share Piwigo and Wordpress ?

I think that the best option is a plugin for wordpress, but a plugin fot Piwigo ... i don't see the interest !

 

#9 2009-07-28 23:35:52

grum
Piwigo Team
Nantes
2007-09-10
1371

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

I think this functionality is aimed to motivate wordpress user to have a piwigo gallery
And in most case, I think it's better for wordpress users having a plugin in piwigo allowing to share a unique user table between piwigo&wordpress than having a plugin in wordpress to share a piwigo gallery
  => wordpress users (target) already have registered users
  => for us, it will be easier to make a plugin for piwigo than making a plugin for wordpress (we know piwigo very well, we don't know wordpress very well)
  => if we made a such plugin, we can made *easily* a similar plugin for dotclear (for example) or spip



I think the plugin have to permit this : if a user is logged on wordpress, switching on the gallery made him logged automatically. And the reverse is true.
I don't know how is it possible to made (I never take a look on the piwigo's login management & session system), but it's necessary.


My pictures with Piwigo, of course !
[ www.grum.fr ] [ photos.grum.fr ]

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#10 2009-07-29 01:29:01

mathiasm
Former Piwigo Team
2006-02-06
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Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

grum, ideally you will also need a Wordpress plugin to integrate some features. I don't imagine Wordpress webmasters coding Piwigo Webservices fluently.
That's why Pierrick asked for an expression of desires &  needs .

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#11 2009-07-31 18:48:32

Gotcha
Piwigo Team
Pourrières (83) [FR]
2007-03-14
604

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

My dream:

- BDD (user login) commun
- A plugin for links to export image(s) of Piwigo to WP.

Last edited by Gotcha (2009-07-31 18:48:55)

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#12 2009-10-31 14:16:04

silg
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Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

There is a similar wordpress plugin for gallery2 called WPG2. WPG2 allows to Gallery2 albums to be browsed and photos to be inserted in an article.

Wordpress and Gallery2 remain independant programs (no common user DB for example).

 

#13 2009-11-07 01:22:06

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13211

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

thank you silg for this information

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#14 2009-11-07 08:31:00

VDigital
Former Piwigo Team
Paris (FR)
2005-05-04
17680

Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

I already know this plugin and many others even I didn't install them to make my own view of how it should work.
I am trying to code a similar inbound solution.

You have already the Widget by PiwigoPress.
Next coming the post media-button.

I want to keep full independence of each component.


Basis: no common user DB and login.


Piwigo.com: Start and run your own photo gallery. Signup and get 30 days to try for free, no commitment.
8-)

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#15 2009-11-22 00:03:08

Claude LaBadie
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Re: WordPress and Piwigo living together

VDigital wrote:

I already know this plugin and many others even I didn't install them to make my own view of how it should work.
I am trying to code a similar inbound solution.

You have already the Widget by PiwigoPress.
Next coming the post media-button.

I want to keep full independence of each component.


Basis: no common user DB and login.

Ho well,

I gess I will give up on piwigo and keep on searching for a tightly wordpress-integrated galery that allows private galeries.

I was lead here through photon plugin entry that seemed to do the job at the time but that is obsolete right?

Good luck with piwigo.

 
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