Wordpress Gorilla Themes Documentation

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by SpectroMX5, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. SpectroMX5

    SpectroMX5 Junior Member

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    I'm looking for info about gorilla themes for wordpress. I nabbed myself a copy of a theme but don't know what it takes to get it to create thumbs for the frontpage and recent post sliderbar. Their support docs are member protected online.

    Its usually a custom field doing the work, linking to the post's thumbnail directly, but in this case there's a file called thumbnails.php that's supposed to create them dynamically.

    Any help would be hugely appreciated if not handsomely rewarded!!
     
  2. insider

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    It must be using phpthumb (google it), or something like that, that resize the image dynamically ? As for the image file path itself, it's either in the post_content, either in the postmeta, like you said. I dont think they'll stock the image in the db, event if it's possible, it's not optimized at all ..