That’s a nice idea. Won’t work in this instance, as I need the galleries to be super fast to create (drop images into a folder on the server, add path to the PG stack,s etc), but for smaller gallery collections that a really nice solution.
I’m at my computer, and having a play, and it is kinda working…
Those top three galleries are GP stacks sitting inside Poster items. The first gallery opens as expected, it’s added to the item as a summary. The other two don’t open the gallery when clicked but the Poster item, in these the gallery stack is added as a header. So, the gallery stack needs to be added as summary not header.
But, it seems to work, just needs cleaning up.
I do need to stop the poster title being a clickable link though, or just not use it. Former would be easier and quicker. Possible?
That page is live, so I’ll have to change it back pretty soon.
Thanks everso much, and thanks for the other version of the idea too, I shall certainly be employing that one going forward on some other projects.
And, for what it’s worth, for others finding this thread, having now had a bit more of a play, I can confirm that the content needs to be in summary NOT header if you don’t want the Poster Item detail to open when clicked.
Poster has once again become even more versatile. Didn’t think it was going to get stretched any further than it’s already impressive list of uses, but it just keeps getting better ;-)
Edit: One final thing to add: If anyone else wants to use Poster with Wills Gallery Pro stack as I have described above, as mentioned you need to be sure to put Gallery Pro stack into Summary section of a Poster item, not the header. BUT… You MUST also check the Header option in settings, so a Header area appears, just leave it empty. If you don’t, Gallery Pro doesn’t work correctly.