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using_phplugins [2013/03/11 08:02]
admin [Using Constants in a Function]
using_phplugins [2013/06/25 06:16] (current)
admin [Enabling PHPlugins]
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-Enabling PHPlugins causes your gallery or pages to be exported with the ''%%/phplugins/%%'' folder included. The gallery or pages will be created as PHP files, and will connect with the local ''%%phplugins.php%%'' file, meaning the ''%%phplugins.php%%'' file contained within the ''%%/phplugins/%%'' folder within the exported gallery.+Enabling PHPlugins causes your gallery or pages to be exported with the ''%%/phplugins-sample/%%'' folder included. After export, manually rename this folder as ''%%/phplugins/%%''. 
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 +The gallery or pages will be created as PHP files, and will connect with the local ''%%phplugins.php%%'' file, meaning the ''%%phplugins.php%%'' file contained within the ''%%/phplugins/%%'' folder within the exported gallery.
  
 Multiple galleries exported with PHPlugins enabled and the server path blank, as pictured above, will each utilize their own, separate PHPlugins file. Multiple galleries exported with PHPlugins enabled and the server path blank, as pictured above, will each utilize their own, separate PHPlugins file.
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 That’s all there is to enabling PHPlugins in your gallery. If you are otherwise finished designing your gallery, Export to a folder on your desktop and copy that folder to your web server using an FTP client. That’s all there is to enabling PHPlugins in your gallery. If you are otherwise finished designing your gallery, Export to a folder on your desktop and copy that folder to your web server using an FTP client.
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 ===== A Real-world Scenario ===== ===== A Real-world Scenario =====
  
using_phplugins.txt · Last modified: 2013/06/25 06:16 by admin