Feature Roundup: A new way to browse galleries in articles


A quick note about one of the new launched features: the gallery tool in our Magazine. It's now possible to show all photos on one page. Browse through the included sample gallery to see how it works…

Credits: recurving

Clicking “previous photo” and “next photo” (or clicking on the left or right side of the photo) navigates from one photo to the next, clicking “show all photos” expands them and clicking on a photo again will collapse the gallery. Hope you like it!

written by recurving on 2010-09-23 in #news #relaunch #gallery


  1. gnarlyleech
    gnarlyleech ·

    Wow this is awesome. I didnt notice this before. Thanks for this dude. you are some sort of programming genius.

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    Some more ass-kicking from LSI !

  3. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    good job, LSI!

  4. renaishashin
    renaishashin ·

    Thumbs up! Anyway, I noticed that my newest album doesn't appear in my 'most recent albums' section.. Anyway you can fix it?

  5. ripsta
    ripsta ·

    just upload 2 new album.and i get the same problem with renaishashin.at albums the albums appear but in " most recent albums" section the albums dont appear...plz help

  6. spoeker
    spoeker ·

    @ripsta & @renaishashin: I had the same yesterday, it just takes some time...

  7. recurving
    recurving ·

    @renaishashin and @ripsta: sometimes it takes a while (because of caching)

  8. renaishashin
    renaishashin ·

    @recurving : Np~ I think the album just pop-ed out :DD Btw, I'm loving the new activity updates on my home!! :DDD Thanks man! Woohoo!!

  9. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    That's great!! :))

  10. emilios
    emilios ·

    Nice one LSI and thanks for bringing the comment box back,

  11. kvboyle
    kvboyle ·

    It's a wonderful, wonderful thing!!!!

  12. tempericarus
    tempericarus ·

    Awesome Job guys!

  13. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    I love this one!

  14. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·


  15. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    good job indeed, however I see that only one photo is pre-cached, is that true?

  16. eggzakly
    eggzakly ·

    What's up with the big, blue bar of buttons on the photo pages? It kind of takes away from the pictures!!

  17. recurving
    recurving ·

    @breakphreak: yes, exactly. say you are on the 1st of 8 photos we pre-cache the 2nd and the 8th, clicking next pre-caches the 3rd, clicking previous would pre-cache the 7th – we don't want to preload all photos right away due to bandwidth…
    @eggzakly: which big blue bar do you mean? the one for the navigation (next, previous, like, …)?

  18. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    @recurving: bandwidth consideration is completely understood. however, I usually really really like the pics and really really want to see them all and it is really really hummmm frustrating/annoying to wait till they will appear. This is usually why I see only the first few pics. maybe some adaptive strategy like "the more you see - the more pre-cache you'll get [and vice versa]", kept in the user profile or so? :)

  19. takezzo
    takezzo ·

    well done guys.... well done...

  20. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    oh, just seen the "show all photos" option! thanks! just what I need :)

  21. recurving
    recurving ·

    @breakphreak: ah, ok – thought you've already seen this – the show all option load everything (for people who are into scrolling – like me)… :)

  22. recurving
    recurving ·

    @breakphreak: but i am still thinking into the idea of preloading more photos the "more" one is into the gallery…

  23. metzgor
    metzgor ·

    nice new feature, pretty photos ;-)

  24. recurving
    recurving ·

    @metzgor: always the easiest way to show my own photos: developing a feature… :)

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