Version 1.06 of Photonic is now available for download. This release addresses the following: 500px.com changed the mode of accessing its API from HTTP to HTTPS (and forgot to notify the developers!). I have modified the code to handle this. I have added the capability to sort photos in the 500px short code. You can […]
I have released version 1.05 of Photonic. The following are the changes: I have introduced support for the PrettyPhoto library, in addition to the currently supported Fancybox and ColorBox. To use it, simply select it from Generic Options → Gallery Settings. Note that PrettyPhoto comes bundled with a handful of skins. You can pick a […]
Yes, yes, I know I said I would fix the Suffusion bug, but I guess I am so excited about Photonic that I keep churning out one new version after another. The latest release has one big addition: 500px. This complements the current functionality of dealing with Flickr, Picasa and native WP. While I have […]
Version 1.03 of Photonic is now available. This version has the following important changes: Flickr Galleries are now supported, in addition to Photosets, Collections and Photos. Some users had reported a “Division by zero” error message for Picasa galleries. While there was a very easy way to fix this (simply by re-saving or resetting the […]
I uploaded a new version of Photonic today (1.02). This provides a UI interface for insertion of the shortcodes and makes it easier for you because you don’t have to remember a bunch of parameter names. I would have dearly liked to provide access to SmugMug, but I have been twiddling my thumbs since putting […]
Thanks to all of you who submitted bug reports for Photonic. I have released a small patch (version 1.01) with 2 changes: The JS and CSS files in the admin panel were getting included in other admin pages – that has been fixed. I included the missing translation file, photonic.po. Thanks.
Finally, after several weeks of effort I was able to push the first version of Photonic out! It is now available for download from WordPress. I had to drop some features, like some JS libraries, but at least I could get it working to a very large extent. Also, unlike Suffusion, I hope to keep […]