EasyDNNGallery

EasyDNNGallery

Published on Wednesday, April 03, 2013

EasyDNNGallery

Adding EasyDNNGallery to the site

At my day job, Sprocket Websites, we use a lot of EasyDNNSolutions modules. In fact, we use them all, but there has been one which I have been wanting to experiment with - EasyDNNGallery v5.0. So I thought I would put it here.  The gallery does all kinds of things, let me list a few here:

  • Supports images, audio and video
  • A lot of view types and options for easy customize
  • Lightbox, flash, jquery, ajax
  • Cool css themes
  • Easy integration with various news and blog modules (Supports DNN Blog)
  • easy embed videos from Youtube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Metacafe...
  • flv, swf, mp4, mp3, jpg, png, gif...

But the thing I found most intriguing were the new social features. Here is what Damir says on the www.EasyDNNSolutions.com website:

EasyDNNsolutions proudly presents EasyDNNgallery 5 and SocialMediaBox

SocialMediaBox is a new Lightbox-like media viewer which brings to DotNetNuke the best practices of displaying and sharing images (and other supported multimedia files) in the way you have become familiar with through social networks. Strongly integrated with social features of DotNetNuke (6.2 and later), SocialMediaBox enhances the experience of displaying and sharing images to an entirely new level. It will make your social sites more fun to visit, more attractive and more professional, placing users more tightly into social interaction.

New options available with SocialMediaBox:

1. SocialMediaBox makes it possible to open, view, comment, rate and share images added to EasyDNNgallery used in community mode (DNN 6.2 and later)

2. Option to open images published in the Journal. Images published in the Journal thus become clickable and they can be opened in SocialMediaBox. When applied in this way, SocialMediaBox shares functionality with the DNN Journal module. It is possible to like or comment an image. Comments added in SocialMediaBox are visible in the Journal, and vice versa.

3. SocialMediaBox can also be used in the standard mode of the EasyDNNgallery module, without a need to integrate it with DotNetNuke's social features. At the moment, SocialMediaBox is supported in two displays within EasyDNNgallery: Lightbox gallery and Chameleon gallery display.

Depending on selected settings, SocialMediaBox makes possible:

  • Display of information on the user sharing the images (user's name and avatar), as well as adding the user as friend or following the user
  • Display of image's title and description
  • Display of social sharing buttons (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, Pinterest)
  • Display of Download button
  • Display of Send link button
  • Display of gallery images thumbnails
  • Option to comment images
  • Option to rate images

All of this adds up to some pretty cool features. Be sure to check out more information in the photo below.

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Co-Founder and Managing Director of Sprocket Websites, Inc.; Co-Founder Chicago Area DotNetNuke Users Group; Co-Founder and Managing Partner of J&S Tech Designs, LLC

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