NextGen Gallery: Getting the Buy Print buttons to work with the larger images

Hi there,

I am setting up Fotomoto for a client and am currently working on a sample page:

I have the Buy Print buttons showing on the thumbnails. but not on the larger images that pop up. Can that be done?

I have looked through all the documentation I could find, but what is getting me stuck is that NextGen release a major update last summer and their Settings changed. Here's what I have:

I have looked for this bit (instructions from someone's earlier support post) and haven't been able to find it because of the changes in the Settings:

"2. Go to your WordPress Dashboard > Gallery > Options > Effects and set JavaScript Thumbnail effect to None "


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  • Derek (Official Rep) January 25, 2014 09:09
    Hi Suzy,

    Sorry for the delayed reply - I've had to do some serious review of your site to try and figure out what's happening.

    First let me say that NextGen isn't officially supported with Fotomoto, but we do have numerous sellers using it successfully, so there should be a solution.

    Frankly I'm a bit puzzled. It looks like you're using the Thickbox library, so that's what your Script Library should be set to as explained here, but even with that set Fotomoto is still not working as expected in the lightbox view.

    I think the issue might be that you're also running some additional lightbox script(s) from NextGen, so first please make sure you've got things set up as explained in How do I use Fotomoto with the NextGEN Gallery plugin for WordPress?, and second be sure you've only enabled the necessary lightbox-related plugins, and if that doesn't help let me know and I'll take another look.

    Also, you'll likely want to not sell the thumbnails but rather the full-size images, so I'd suggest resetting the "Minimum Width or Height for Images" setting back to 200 or something greater than the longest dimension of your thumbnails.

    I hope that helps and kind regards,
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