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This plugin instantly adds photo’s exif data window on its image. The window will open/close by clicking the image. You have nothing to modify your entries to add this feature!
WordPress 2.5 environment
*Tested with IE7/8, FireFox, Safari. This plugin is not compatible with IE6.
Place files into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory and activate through the administration panel.
This plugin does not have any option panel.
At version 0.0.4, I added preference panel to turn on/of displaying items. Also, there’s master switch to check validation of exif data for some cameras which will not export focus length data such as Leica.
This plugin adds some ids on your entry. If you want, you can modify your CSS to change style.
Out most rectangle of exif window.
Each title’s rectangle.
Each value’s rectangle.
Image container’s rectangle.
This plugin checks following attributes on IMG tags.
<img src="http://www.example.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/sample.jpg" alt="" title="" width="490" height="380" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-12345" />
The plugin checks this value to decide width of exif window so do not remove.
class="alignnone size-full wp-image-12345"
The plugin uses those class-names for exif window (especially the last one). If you remove them from your entry, the exif window will not open (plugin cannot find the window).
According to WordPress’s specification, if you write IMG tag, please insert more than one returns at end of tag line. Otherwise WordPress does not add P tag at beginning of following sentences. If you write next sentences without returns, maybe font size changes to default size.
This is photo’s exif thing so it is rare case to put the same image at the same page, but in that case, the media library automatically adds the same class name on each images. This plugin checks its class name to separate exif window so if you do so, the plugin will confuse. If you want to put the same image more than two places, add some character at end of its class name.
This plugin filters following standard functions.
Therefore if your theme file does not support this function to display entry, the plugin will not modify your IMG tags.
shortcode compatibility: if other plugin which add/modify shortcode does not work property with display-exif plugin, adjust number at bottom of display-exif plugin’s source code from 50 to larger number such as 9999.
add_filter( 'the_content', 'display_exif_filter', 50 );
add_filter( 'the_content', 'display_exif_filter', 9999 );
* Aug 29 2009 – v0.0.1
- Initial release
* Aug 30 2009 – v0.0.2
- Public release
* Aug 30 2009 – v0.0.3
- Minor adjustment
* Aug 31 2009 – v0.0.4
- Added preference panel to switch on/off display item, etc..
* Aug 31 2009 – v0.0.5
- WordPress native gallery supported. thanks Matt!
* Aug 31 2009 – v0.0.6
- now it is compatible with lightbox
* Aug 31 2009 – v0.0.7
- more detail – exif data
- if you cannot see additional options at preference panel, press ‘submit’ button.
* Sept 04 2009 – v0.0.8
- mouse over/out to display exif option
* Sept 05 2009 – v0.0.9
- support image alignment such as align center etc.
* Sept 11 2009 – v0.1.0
- fixed: if original size and display size were different, image had been trimmed.
* Sept 11 2009 – v0.1.1
- fixed: suport different types of focal length such as D700.
* Sept 11 2009 – v0.1.2
- position adjusting – temporary / non-released version.
* Sept 11 2009 – v0.1.3
- quick fix, adjust ‘fotomoto’ compatibility.
* Mar 22 2011 – v0.2.0
- re-coded / support ‘clickable’ image, etc.
* Mar 26 2011 – v0.2.1
- fixed bug on ie8.
* Mar 26 2011 – v0.2.2
- support wordpress’s thumbnail, adding switch to option panel to on/off thumbnail support
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