I can't really speak to the issue of incorporating Fotomoto, since I've never worked with their API. From a brief visit to their website, however, it looks like plugging FM into a site with dynamically-displayed images is not a simple matter. In a skin like Minimal, in which each slide image occupies its own web page, it's probably much easier to manage.
On the subject of Turtle, however, things are clearer. Laza is working on Turtle 6, which he says will be responsive. No target date as far as I know. But I can guarantee that trying to "tinker" the Turtle 5 thumbnail page into being responsive would be something of a nightmare. It really requires a fairly thorough restructing of the code.
Thanks for the quick reply. From the FotoMoto site, on this page http://www.fotomoto.com/home/how
it says that jalbum supports them, but in fact, only Laca Molnar's Turtle Skin works with it.
For a regular webpage, you just have to copy a code snippet to a page that displays an image. Don't know if that's what you call an api, but if I have time, I'll try pasting it into a new test skin to see what happens.
I guess I'll choose responsive over FotoMoto for now, and see whether one of the responsive themes adopts FotoMoto, or wait for turtle to become responsive. (Judging from the name, it could be awhile. : )
I'm helping a friend decide which program to replace his current software, and his uses FotoMoto, but isn't responsive.
Just to be sure you know, jAlbum hosting with password protection is not compatible with Fototmoto. From the jAlbum link on Fotomoto's site
'Password protect the originals folder on your server
Now your files are ready to share with Fotomoto, but first you might want to make the folder password-protected. Note, this step will not work on jalbum.net, because jalbum.net's way of protecting folders is different from what Fotomoto can handle. Just use a folder name to store the originals (see above) which is hard to guess.'
I am now exploring your Gromit skin. I pasted the code from the FotoMoto site right before the </body> tag as they instruct, and the buy button shows up under the slide as expected.
I could do a find/replace in Dreamweaver to handle all the slide pages, but is it easy to just paste it into the skin somehow?
See Gromit > Code > Slide Page > HTML Body Closing. BTW, there's a complete online manual at https://jgromit.com/gromit/man/, with context-sensitive help on each page of the settings - click the blue ? at upper right.
Also, the site has a a header and a footer that are both included in all the pages of the site. Is there a way to edit the skin to produce files with a php extension instead of html?
Derek from Fotomoto here - just saw your thread and thought I'd chime in.
First, Fotomoto is fully-compatible with the Turtle theme. It's possible to incorporate it in to other themes, but I'm not aware of any others where it has been as nicely-integrated as in Turtle.
As for responsiveness, the Fotomoto shopping cart Widget which appears on your page after a user clicks "Buy", is a fixed-width design but should be easily-navigable by swiping or scrolling side-to-side if the whole cart isn't visible at first.
If you or anyone else needs assistance from the Fotomoto end of things, please do email Fotomoto support and we'll be happy to assist.