February 28, 2013 at 1:02 am #2025
Here is the link for my question:
and here’s how I used Panopress:
[ pano file=”http://www.beyond360vr.com/wp-content/uploads/Lobby/index.html” width=”50″ height=”50″ panobox=”on”]
1. How can I put the “PLAY” button on top of the image or the image itself can be clicked and open the pano?
2. Or keep the play button outside the image but I want to change in different shape?
Thanks very much for any help.February 28, 2013 at 3:50 pm #2026
you can use a preview image for any panopress embed like this –
pano file=”path/my-pano.html” preview=”path/my-pano.jpg”
you can change the play button image using css as explained in this post
samMay 9, 2013 at 3:48 am #2237
Thanks Sam, I tried this, pano file=”path/my-pano.html” preview=”path/my-pano.jpg” but the play button is still outside the image and the image is opening in iframe as a bigger image, not as 360 vr.
http://www.adbolado.com/night-day-souk-sharq/May 9, 2013 at 7:51 am #2238
seems you are using another lightbox plugin for prettyphoto on your site, try disabling it and other plugins as explained in the FAQ as it may be causing a conflict, also check default wp theme etc
you should be able to embed your pano like this, you can turn the play button and panobox on or off via shortcode or in genneral settings, see the panopress instructions for details on shortcode and general settings1[pano file="http://www.adbolado.com/wp-content/panorama/ssdaynight/ssdaynight.html" preview="http://www.adbolado.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/ssday.jpg"]
samMay 9, 2013 at 9:09 am #2244
Thanks Sam. This is what I am expecting it to look like, anyway I’ll check my plug ins and I’ll let you know If I succeeded.May 9, 2013 at 12:29 pm #2245
The support team of the Theme taught me how edit the php to change from this,
‘link_to’ => $link_to,
‘prettyphoto’ => $prettyphoto,
‘link_to’ => get_permalink(),
‘prettyphoto’ => false,
But the get_permalink(), is just keep on coming back to the page not on the link pano. Because he cannot understand why I want to have it change… I just asking him what to put in the ‘link_to’ => in replacement of the get_permalink(), he said to ask you maybe you know
Do you know?
Thanks Sam, sorry for the bother.May 9, 2013 at 6:11 pm #2246
prettyphoto is not panopress, you cannot open a panopress pano w prettyphoto
disable the prettyphoto plugin and use the panopress code exactly as shown above and everything should work fine
otherwise i have no idea what the code you posted above refers to, does not seem to have anything to do w panopress
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