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Question on Use of Viva Zoom Thumb and Rev Themes
Following Craig's recommedation on thumb plugins I acquired a premium plugin called Viva Zoom Thumb.
I am not sure from the documentation on this plugin where to place some additional code in the Revolution themes where I would want to use this program which resizes images to fit in various layout areas of a magazine like blog and also in individual posts. I think that the code in question probably goes in the functions.php page, but I am not sure.
I would appreciate any help with this and maybe an example of where in the functions.php page of one of the rev themes where one would place this code to implement Viva Zoom.
Thanks for any help you can give.
Here is the code and the code instructions from the Viva Zomm manual which doesnt say where you are supposed to put this code:
A. Viva Zoom – In Loop
Use the following function to create a Zoom-out thumbnail from within the
<?php vz_inloop($processor-file, $default-cat, $Read-more-text); ?>
There are three variables to complete in this function
$processor – The suffix of the PROCESSOR file that sets the size and style of
the thumb for this location in your theme.
$default-cat = The number of the category image to display if no image is found
attached to the post
$Read-more-text = The text to display with a link to the full article.
I am displaying posts in my sidebar from category 7 of my site. I want Viva Zoom
to generate a thumbnail image linked to a Zoom Out for each article in the loop
and display the default 7.jpg (category image) if the article has no linked images.
In my theme I enter this:
<?php vz_inloop(sidebar,7,’Read This Article’); ?>
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