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Live

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).

Download Exposure 1.0

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Bugs Bunny

Less bugs.

Exposure 0.9.1 contains fixes for the following bugs:

  • AdBlock extension for Chrome/Safari blocks viewing of images – I was finally able to come up with a workaround for the bug described in this old blog post.
  • Thumbnails list changing height when switching page – All thumbnail containers should now get their height set properly. I had to modify the default behavior of the onPageChanged callback function. See the updated demo 1.
  • Fullscreen mode doesn’t properly center images in the window – The main image is now properly centered.
  • Fullscreen mode doesn’t respect borders and margins of the target element – Fullscreen mode now takes the border, margin, and padding of both the target element and the main image when calculating the maximum size of the image.

 

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Power Up

Eat a mushroom and get Exposure 0.4, with cross-fading effects!

Here’s the updates included in this release:

  • Localization support – Exposure now supports localization. Help me translating Exposure to your language! Send an e-mail to kris@blogocracy.org.
  • Cross-fading effects – Cross-fading is now supported and added to the demos. Check it out!
  • All major browsers supported. – Exposure is tested to work with Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.6, Safari 5, Google Chrome 6 and Opera 10.6.

Get the latest version from the “Downloads” section.

Bug

Bugs always come out eventually.

There’s been some reports of bugs when using Exposure together with the AdBlock plugin for Chrome and Safari. When browsing through a gallery for the third time everything goes blank. I contacted the AdBlock plugin authors and apparently there’s a bug in the browsers that causes this behavior.

If you aren’t using the AdBlock plugin Exposure runs perfect in both Chrome and Safari.