Exposure 1.0

Posted: October 29, 2011 in Exposure updates
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Exposure 1.0 is live!

After a long long wait I’m now pround to announce that Exposure 1.0 finally is release ready!

Exposure 1.0 contains the following updates and bug fixes:

  • Multiple gallerier per page – The most asked for feature! You are now able to run multiple Exposure instances on a single page.
  • Significant API changes – In order to cater for the support for multiple galleries I had to rewrite large parts of the plugin. This also means that several parts of the API has been changed. Take a look at the updated Documentation and Demos to get an idea of how this affects your galleries. Some of the changes includes:
    • Public function currentPage has been renamed currentPageNumber
    • Public function currentPage has been renamed currentPageNumber
    • Callback option onEmpty now takes a “gallery” parameter
    • You can reference some of the important elements (target element, wrapper element etc.) through a reference to your “gallery” element
    • Important selector classes are now stored as constants in the new static exposure object
  • Better demos – All demos have been updated to use the new API. The demos are now also linked to each other so that you can browse between them more easily. Demo 5 has been updated to show examples on how to display captions below images, how to implement an image counter and how to add additional content to your images.
  • New demos – Demo 7 shows how to use the new multiple galleries per page features and Demo 8 shows how to create a gallery where the images are centered both vertically and horizontally.
  • Czech translation added – Big thanks to Martin!
  • Simplified Chinese translation added – Big thanks to NaziCP!
  • Arabic translation added – Big thanks to Muhammad!
  • Better support for hover effects – Hover effects, like the sliding caption panel, are easier to implement thanks to the two new callback options onImageHoverOver and onImageHoverOut
  • New public function – imageHasData() lets you check if the currently displayed image also has any data (caption or additional data) up for display
  • jQuery 1.6.4 – Exposure is now bundled with jQuery 1.6.4
  • Reduced footprint – The size of the minfied version of Exposure has been reduced.

Exposure 1.0 is tested to work with Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Internet Explorer (8+ is supported, 6 and 7 still works but is not actively supported).

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Comments
  1. Emmanuel (France) says:

    Great great job ! Thanks a lot for the web community.