LRB Exhibition almost ready

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My new web Plugin LRB Exhibition is almost ready for launch. Written from the ground up with new internal code and ideas, this is my second website in a gallery plugin for Lightroom. From the Porfolio family, it allows the user to create home, about, contact and general use pages, along with 6 galleries and 2 external links.

An earlier prototype of the plugin was used to create SkyWaterLand.com. It’s been much improved since then though. Once I get the all clear, I’ll upload and launch the product. This will be the same price as LRB Portfolio (15 euro), but I will have a 20% Discount for the first week. The code for this will be announced in the launch post.

The main image area in the gallery is based around a single image preview in an enclosed space. Using jQuery, each slide can be navigated to either using the navigation arrows, or numbered links to the relevant slide. LRB Exhibition is far more mature that LRB Portfolio was at version 1.0, in fact it’s almost par with LRB Portfolio 2.51, and probably equal to 2.4. It does however have features not available to LRB Portfolio, such as per page image and text placement and a floating text box.

Launch should be very soon. And no this is not vapourware!

2 thoughts on “LRB Exhibition almost ready

  1. Hello, I hope you can hekp me, im having trouble updating my site. When i add more photos to my web gallery and try to upload them to my site i get a message saying “the specified destination already exists on the server…. some files may be lost” i still click continue, it takes hours to upload and when its done i check my site and many of my photos have dissapeared and many new photos dont appear. Why is this happening and what can i do?
    Thank you very much 🙂
    Matiana

    1. Hi Mariana,
      Personally I would use a separate FTP program. Lightroom FTP isn’t great. There are plenty of free ones out there. This way you can delete what’s on the site and upload a fresh version.

      You could be seeing a partially cached version of the site. Delete the cache and restart the browser.

      Sean

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