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A: Assuming that you do not have the <code>columns</code> attribute set to 1, the likely cause of this behavior is that descriptions are enabled. To fix this, simply add <code>descriptions=false</code> (eg: <code>[dg descriptions=false]</code>). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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A: Assuming that you do not have the <code>columns</code> attribute set to 1, the likely cause of this behavior is that descriptions are enabled. To fix this, simply add <code>descriptions=false</code> (eg: <code>[dg descriptions=false]</code>).
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A: Document Gallery does a pretty good job of detecting where Ghostscript is installed, but on some installs it may need a little help. To check whether this is the case, navigate to <code>Dashboard -&gt; Settings -&gt; Document Gallery</code> and see if there is a notice next to the Ghostscript checkbox indicating that your server is not properly configured. If that notice does exist, the next step is to go to the <code>Advanced</code> tab on that same page and see if the Ghostscript path is set. If it is not, you'll need to manually fill it with the location for your Ghostscript install (eg: <code>/usr/local/bin/gs</code>). Once that change is saved, the Ghostscript checkbox should be enabled on the first tab. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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A: Document Gallery does a pretty good job of detecting where Ghostscript is installed, but on some installs it may need a little help. To check whether this is the case, navigate to <code>Dashboard -&gt; Settings -&gt; Document Gallery</code> and see if there is a notice next to the Ghostscript checkbox indicating that your server is not properly configured. If that notice does exist, the next step is to go to the <code>Advanced</code> tab on that same page and see if the Ghostscript path is set. If it is not, you'll need to manually fill it with the location for your Ghostscript install (eg: <code>/usr/local/bin/gs</code>). Once that change is saved, the Ghostscript checkbox should be enabled on the first tab.
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The following is an example taken from the Document Gallery source (with a few modifications for ease of readability), where we add thumbnail generation for all Audio/Video filetypes supported by WordPress: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The following is an example taken from the Document Gallery source (with a few modifications for ease of readability), where we add thumbnail generation for all Audio/Video filetypes supported by WordPress:
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Document Gallery provides the <code>dg_thumbers</code> filter, which allows developers to add, remove, or even re-order which methods are used to generate a thumbnail for a given attachment. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Document Gallery provides the <code>dg_thumbers</code> filter, which allows developers to add, remove, or even re-order which methods are used to generate a thumbnail for a given attachment.
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If you wish to modify the HTML that wraps individual icons, the <code>dg_icon_template</code> filter is what you will use. The filter is passed two arguments which may be used to gain additional information about the document that will be used in generating this icon. The first argument is a bool value which indicates whether descriptions will be used along with the icon and the second value is an integer WordPress attachment ID which may be used to lookup any relevant information you need specific to that document. The filter exposes 5 special tags which are replaced during gallery generation with document-specific data. These tags are as follows: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you wish to modify the HTML that wraps individual icons, the <code>dg_icon_template</code> filter is what you will use. The filter is passed two arguments which may be used to gain additional information about the document that will be used in generating this icon. The first argument is a bool value which indicates whether descriptions will be used along with the icon and the second value is an integer WordPress attachment ID which may be used to lookup any relevant information you need specific to that document. The filter exposes 5 special tags which are replaced during gallery generation with document-specific data. These tags are as follows:
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If you wish to modify how gallery rows are generated, <code>dg_row_template</code>, is provided for this purpose. This filter gives you control at the row level for how a gallery will be generated. The filter exposes 2 special tags which are replaced during gallery generation with row-specific data. These tags are as follows: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you wish to modify how gallery rows are generated, <code>dg_row_template</code>, is provided for this purpose. This filter gives you control at the row level for how a gallery will be generated. The filter exposes 2 special tags which are replaced during gallery generation with row-specific data. These tags are as follows:
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If you wish to wrap your galleries in some additional content, the <code>dg_gallery_template</code> is the tool for the job. With it you can include content prior to or following your document galleries. The filter exposes 2 special tags which are replaced during gallery generation with data specific to that gallery. The tag is described below: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you wish to wrap your galleries in some additional content, the <code>dg_gallery_template</code> is the tool for the job. With it you can include content prior to or following your document galleries. The filter exposes 2 special tags which are replaced during gallery generation with data specific to that gallery. The tag is described below:
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Each of the following filters provides an bool argument which indicates whither the gallery being generated will display descriptions, which allows you to handle galleries with and without descriptions differently. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Each of the following filters provides an bool argument which indicates whither the gallery being generated will display descriptions, which allows you to handle galleries with and without descriptions differently.
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In Documnet Gallery version 2.2, we've released a more powerful HTML templating framework, making all generated output filterable, and thus configurable, by developers wishing to control the gallery output. Three different filters are provided in order to access the various segments of a gallery: <code>dg_gallery_template</code>, <code>dg_row_template</code>, and <code>dg_icon_template</code>. These filtered templates are used when dynamically generating output for each gallery. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In Documnet Gallery version 2.2, we've released a more powerful HTML templating framework, making all generated output filterable, and thus configurable, by developers wishing to control the gallery output. Three different filters are provided in order to access the various segments of a gallery: <code>dg_gallery_template</code>, <code>dg_row_template</code>, and <code>dg_icon_template</code>. These filtered templates are used when dynamically generating output for each gallery.
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For those unfamiliar with content filters, <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Filter_Reference">here is some documentation</a> that you should read before continuing. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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For those unfamiliar with content filters, <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Filter_Reference">here is some documentation</a> that you should read before continuing.
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Now, if I wanted to modify that code to instead add the same border to all of the document-icons, regardless of whether they have a description or not, I would just change the first line, removing the descriptions class like so: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Now, if I wanted to modify that code to instead add the same border to all of the document-icons, regardless of whether they have a description or not, I would just change the first line, removing the descriptions class like so:
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Say I would like to include a border for the right and bottom of the document icon, but only when descriptions are shown (to delineate the icon from the description text). To do this, I would need to use the following CSS: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Say I would like to include a border for the right and bottom of the document icon, but only when descriptions are shown (to delineate the icon from the description text). To do this, I would need to use the following CSS:
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See <a href="http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/document-gallery/trunk/assets/css/style.css"><code>style.css</code></a> for all of the ids and classes being used in a Document Gallery. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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See <a href="http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/document-gallery/trunk/assets/css/style.css"><code>style.css</code></a> for all of the ids and classes being used in a Document Gallery.
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The Default Document gallery will often fit quite well with whatever theme you are using. But, if you want to change things, Document Gallery makes that easy. Just navigate to <code>Settings -&gt; Document Gallery</code> and put any custom CSS in the provided text box. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The Default Document gallery will often fit quite well with whatever theme you are using. But, if you want to change things, Document Gallery makes that easy. Just navigate to <code>Settings -&gt; Document Gallery</code> and put any custom CSS in the provided text box.
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<em>NOTE: This has no bearing on the relationship between different terms for a single taxon (eg: <code>[dg category=x,y,z relation=AND]</code> will return any attachments where the category is x, y, OR z). If you wish to return only attachments with all 3 categories, you will instead need to use the following syntax: <code>[dg category=x,y,z category_relation=AND]</code>. This syntax of *taxon</em>_relation will work for any taxon, not just "category."* You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>NOTE: This has no bearing on the relationship between different terms for a single taxon (eg: <code>[dg category=x,y,z relation=AND]</code> will return any attachments where the category is x, y, OR z). If you wish to return only attachments with all 3 categories, you will instead need to use the following syntax: <code>[dg category=x,y,z category_relation=AND]</code>. This syntax of *taxon</em>_relation will work for any taxon, not just "category."*
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