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fraziers

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Is the Bridge plug-in for non-WordPress still a viable tool to use?
Posted: 27 Jun 22, 14:14
 
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I have a client that wants a carousel of his pictures embedded in one of his pages. This is a redo of an old Dreamweaver site using html and php. Is there any other way to make a live feed (or bridge) from a jAlbum directly into that web page if Bridge is no longer functional? TIA
JeffTucker

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Re: Is the Bridge plug-in for non-WordPress still a viable tool to use?
Posted: 27 Jun 22, 22:20   in response to: fraziers in response to: fraziers
 
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Haven't touched it in a few years, but I just slapped together a quick test case, and it seems to be working. I also fed it jQuery 3.6.0 instead of the ancient version called out in the Bridge instructions, and that seems to be fine.

I can't check what happens with WordPress, however, since I don't use it. That gets a little messier because of the big change in the WP editor. The non-WP situation is a lot more straightforward.
fraziers

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Re: Is the Bridge plug-in for non-WordPress still a viable tool to use?
Posted: 28 Jun 22, 03:24   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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Well, that gives me enough encouragement to give it a try. I've used jAlbum in a few sites and my clients and I really like it. Due to the fact the Bridge add in for the html hadn't been commented on for a long time I thought that perhaps it had been deprecated. Thanks for your comment and your help. I'll mark this as answered.
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Re: Is the Bridge plug-in for non-WordPress still a viable tool to use?
Posted: 28 Jun 22, 03:34   in response to: fraziers in response to: fraziers
 
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Post back if you get stumped. There are a few pieces to the puzzle, but it's not particularly messy.
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