How do you modify the look of the thumbs in the sidebar?
I would like to modify how the thumbnails appear int he VB4 forumhome sidebar on the right column. Is there a template for this output?
Just wondering if anyone can help with this?
But the frame width, frame color etc can be set in the stylevars, per style:
Call the stylevar editor:
ACP => Styles & Templates => StyleManager => In the dropdown of your style select: Stylevars
That takes you to the stylevar editor.
There in section: vbgallery_Custom
change stylevar:ppg_thumb_customstyle from 0 to 1
this activates the custom settings.
Then go to section: vbgallery_Imagebit
there you have:
(the ppg_thumb_hidegrid does not affect forum home, it just activates the tablegrid between the thumbs on browse image pages, showing tiny lines between the thumbs - setting there is 0 or 1)
As for the template, you cant change much without changing the whole gallery, because thumbnails use the imagebit_lite or imagebit_free template, that is the same template for the whole gallery!
Thanks Luc. I will play with this but I may have been too vague. Its not the look of the thumbs I want to change but the positioning. I want a 3x3 grid instead of one on top of the other.
hmm I thought the sidebar width the inner width being around... 230 pixels
with the margins (inner and outer + thumb margins) you could have a maximum of 52 pixels thumbnail size.. otherwise the layout would break.
But anyway I fear it is not possible without creating a new imagebit template.
and modifying the code so that it would use it.
The problem is as there are not Tables on forum home, everybody was asking NOT to use tables for gallery at least not on forum home!!!. (the page would not render before tables are completely rendered, and there are seo problems with tables as the content is not a table content)
So that would mean completely new css and template and code for that page.
and your whole site would have to use 52px thumbnails at a maximum.
(with 2 in a row you could use 75px)
So for the moment, sorry its not on the priority list (its really lots of work)
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