v2.9.8 Joomla 3.x NEWEST RELEASE!
Responsive Photo Gallery for Joomla 2.5 & 3.x. Create stunning eye catching photo galleries in a simple and easy 'responsive' way. Responsive Photo Gallery will self adjust to whatever browser or screen size your viewing from. When viewing from a smartphone or a touch pad, you'll love it's finger swipe navigation ability on both the carousel and the main photo. There are only a few module options to set because the power is in the code! Responsive Photo Gallery uses the power of the jQuery Library Script* (version 1.7.x or newer), a few supporting jQuery scripts and some basic code as its backbone.
Responsive Photo Gallery has been tested to be compatible with IE8+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Smartphone and Touch Pad browsers.
UPGRADE: v2.9.8 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Added new theme called, Frameless. Now you can show RPG without any frames around the main image and thumbnail container. Also added an option to show or hide the the play/pause icons.
v2.9.7 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Added option to override some abrasive template frameworks. If your thumbnails are 'stacked' on the far left side, set the new option 'Activate template override' to Yes.
v2.9.6 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Fixed issue with Flickr photo descriptions when used.
v2.9.5 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Fixed issue with some 'all caps' file extensions not showing in Joomla Folder Plus.
v2.9.4 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Patched this release to fix a small bug. If you are using this release, please re-download/install. Thanks @DrummerCafe and sorry!
v2.9.4 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Fix CSS issues with newer versions of the Firefox browser.
v2.9.3 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Fix the thumbnail ratio sizing issue for Joomla Folder Plus & Joomla Picture Gallery options.
v2.9.2 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Bug fixes in the Flickr, Picasa & Picture Gallery options. Please upgrade... SORRY!
v2.9.1 (for Joomla 3.x only ) Now you can create a CUSTOM STYLE for Responsive Photo Gallery or continue to choose either the Dark or Light pre-set styles. Choose to display thumbnails above or below your main photo container totally independent of one another or choose not to display the thumbnails at all.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are upgrading from an older Joomla 3.x version, some of your existing settings will have to be re-assigned manually. With this release the old Joomla folder feature has been replaced with Joomla Folder Plus introduced in v2.9.0. This is one setting you will need to re-assign if you are currently using the old Joomla Folder to get your photos from.
v2.9.0 (for Joomla 3.x only ) added a new module option called Joomla Folder Plus. This option will allow you to pull your photos from a Joomla images folder and gives you the ability to add a custom title & description for each photo. In addition you can re-edit a photos title & description, delete the photo, set a custom thumbnail height/width pixel ratio and SORT any and all of your photos via 'drag & drop'.
v2.8.2 to the newest Flickr API requirements.
v2.8.1 to fix a script conflict with the Fancybox lightbox feature. If you use another extension that uses the Fancybox lightbox effect, you will want to upgrade to this version.
v2.8.0 added a custom 'Build your Own' gallery that supports up to 30 photos. Also added the ability to render photos from Picasa Albums (Google+). Version 2.8.0 is a major upgrade release... please upgrade!
v2.7.0 added Fancybox2 lightbox effect for the main photo. Added a max-width/max-height main photo feature. All new and greatly improved 'Auto Play' code. Added a 'Play' & 'Pause' icon when using the 'Auto Play' feature. Version 2.7.0 is a major upgrade release... please upgrade!
Bug Fix: v2.6.2 Fixed a minor issue when show titles are set to 'No' in some templates. Please upgrade to this latest release just to be safe!
v2.6.0 added an 'auto photo scroller' and 'timer' along with a 'show/hide' Joomla & Flickr photo titles option. Fixed the Joomla 'folder selector' when installed on a localserve using Joomla 3.x. Recommend upgrade
* With Joomla 3.x there is no longer a need to worry about loading jQuery... It's built into the framework!