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7 Posts
Thissel
3 years ago
8
Topic

Hi,

I am trying to build a gallery using SEBLOD, and want to be able to upload multiple images at once. The Gallery Field X is not very user friendly when uploading more than a couple of images, but apparently there is no way to create a multi image upload field in SEBLOD for the time being,

Therefore I am looking for alternative ways to achieve this functionality,
In my search for a solution, I have come across this module (http://codecanyon.net/item/mk-dropzone-upload-and-resize-images-for-joomla/11668771?s_phrase=&s_rank=4), that adds the ability to drag-n-drop images and resize on the fly, but as default the module is shown in Joomla's controlpanel and not in the content form.
I was wondering if there's any way to add this module to a SEBLOD content form? I've tried by using the "Joomla Module" field to create a new administrator module position, but unfortunately the position is not rendered (shows up as "loadposition galleryupload" in the admin form).

Would it be possible to use instead the "Add Code Before Render"-plugin to add an administrator module position in a SEBLOD form? Possibly just by executing a statement?

Thanks in advance,

Mathias Hoffmann

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3 years ago
5
Level 1

Hi Thissel,

welcome on SEBLOD forum.

Like you said, at this time, there is no product finalized for the multi Upload.

If you really need it, be free to contact Octopoos, we have a solution in devellopment.


Regards.

Lionel

7 Posts
Thissel
3 years ago
4
Level 2

Hi Lionel,

Thanks for your quick reply.

But you don't really answer my question: Would it be possible to add and render an administrator module position in an admin form using your

Add Code Before Render"-plugin?

Regards,

Mathias

3 years ago
3
Level 3

Hello Thissel,

for an administrator module you don't need the Plugin code before render, but simply a Field Joomla Module.


Regards.

Lionel

7 Posts
Thissel
3 years ago
2
Level 4

I've tried that without any luck. The module position doesn't get rendered:

http://awesomescreenshot.com/09a5i4zw28

Any ideas to what I do wrong?

3 years ago
1
Level 5

Hi Thissel,

Your module is well displayed, but the tag is not render.

in the Field Joomla Module, have you activated the options "Prepare Content" ?


Regards.

Lionel

7 Posts
Thissel
3 years ago
0
Level 6

Yes, "Prepare Content" is checked.
I've also tried using module name instead without any luck.

96 Posts
Hableur
2 years ago
1
Level 1

Hello, an old post but I have the same problem. Publishing a Joomla module in a Seblod form, site side.

With "Plugins de contenu" on no,

With "Plugins de contenu" on yes, all disapear (nothing of the module on screen).

Have you find a solution ?

Thanks.

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Kadministrator
2 years ago
0
Level 2

Obviously this module has some problems, you should not see blank page. Otherwise the right setting to show module is to set Plugins content to yes.

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