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Akash: on 03/24/2012
Hello Tim,In april I posted a few relpies on your message on the plogger forum about this plugin. My last question was if and when you were willing to adapt this plugin to be usefull with WordPress and Plogger installed in seperate databases. Any comments on that?If not, I will try to import the Plogger tables.Is it possible to adjust the size of the square thumbs in the sidebar or are they always the same size as the rest of the thumbs in Plogger? (I would like them to be a bit smaller )cheers,Jack
Mira: on 09/06/2013
Hi,I'm fairly new to WordPress and have been sehcnairg for weeks for a gallery plugin for my site. I came across Plogger with Plogger Press and love the way it looks, as well as the easy integration into WordPress. I'm having a bit of trouble w/the ID tag, though. I can't figure out what the id's are for my galleries or images. I get this error message:WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '/pictures WHERE id=domino_a.jpg' at line 1]SELECT * from /pictures WHERE id=domino_a.jpgI have been sehcnairg for an answer and have found that others have the same question on other forums (see below)nemogaJun 28th 2006Hi all,I have been trying to integrate plogger into my wordpress blog and am having a little difficulty. I searched for advice and have been careful to install plogger as part of the same database as wordpress, at least I think I have. The plogger gallery works on its own but I have yet to integrate it in a wordpress post. When I use the ID tag to include a plogger image I get this warningWordPress database error: [Unknown table 'umit1cweb' in where clause]SELECT * from plogger_pictures WHERE id=umit1cweb.jpgDoes anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.
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Jannika: on 03/05/2014
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Imam: on 10/15/2015
My best friend and I, (we're both sthgairt girls) used to never go a day without seeing each other. About a month ago, we both got really drunk at a party and hooked up like endlessly throughout the night. The next morning it was slightly awkward, but we've been through numerous situations so I figured we'd eventually move past it. But lately she's been avoiding me and being less and less involved in our conversations. I've bent over backwards to get her to talk to me and practically climbed the Himalayas to get her to hang out. What should I do?
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