Discussion on 360° Panoramic Image Viewer - Responsive WordPress Plugin

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tberin

tberin Purchased

Hi, cool product, thanks!

Can you please tell me how each hotspot can be represented by an image instead of shapes and on click to link to another page?

Also, how can i use the markers/hotspots on a full screen image?

Thanks!

tberin

tberin Purchased

In Addition, when the style sheet is set to RTL, its very buggy, can you help out with this please?

Hi, thank you for your purchase – there is no current option to style hotspots, but you can do it yourself (if you have some CSS knowledge). You basically assign a special class to each hotspot element and style it individually using CSS (adding a background-image to it). Add a regular link to a hotspot and it will act as a regular link (remove the lightbox class if you’re using the Responsive Lightbox plugin). This ideas apply to any image (either it be normal or full screen styled).

Please contact me via the support channel and I’ll continue any support via email. You should always include a preview URL so I can better recommend you what to do.

Domlu’ Liviu, aveti erori la demo preview 360, păi ce facem? se supără envaco pe noi. Eu l’as cumpăra – că-mi sunteți drag în papion așa, vreau să-mi fac panoramă lă stână cu oile. Pe când un update mai de designer așa, că minimalismu e bun, da mai trebuie și câte o floricică, o iarbă verde…

Oferiți suport în română?

PS. Fotografia e de la nuntă?

Va salut, daca aveti nelamuriri contactati-ma prin intermediul formularului din pagina mea de profil. Numai bine!

Hi, it is compatible with WP 4.7.2 ?

Thanks for your answer

Hi, thank you for your interest – the plugin is WordPress 4.7.x compatible and will always be kept up to date with the latest framework version. Hope this helps.

Thanks for your fast answer ;) I will buy it soon!

I want to place this instead of a slider with banners. How can I pus text of top of the image?

The panorama viewer is controlled using either mouse drag, mouse wheel or touch drag/swipe as stated in the item description (no device orientation control, which is a more difficult feature, one I’ll be looking into).

I see…

Is is possible to have the mouse_wheel set to true but it also scrolls down the page?

Please contact me via the Support tab and I’ll continue support via email. This section is mostly for pre-purchase questions/concerns. Thank you.

is this for slider header.?

Hi, thank you for your interest – I’m not sure exactly what you mean, please be more precise on your concern.

Hi, I was wondering if you can adjust the scroll speed and zoom level of the image?

Hi, thank you for your interest – the plugin has a speed option for the autoscroll function, but no zoom feature. Hope this helps.

Gatelli

Gatelli Purchased

Hi is it possible to insert shortcode with a WP library image ? Like [shortcode360VR ids=”729,732,731,720”] for example ?

Hi, thank you for your interest – the plugin has it’s own shortcode which requires a single full image url. For more information please take a look at the documentation http://docs.liviucerchez.com/panorama360/ Hope this helps.

I’m really interested in this, have you got plans for being able to zoom in, for future releases?

Hi, thank you – unfortunately there is no such feature planned for future releases. Hope this helps.

Will this work with a photo from a 360 camera? and if so, can it work in a jquery colorbox? I’m working with a realtor, and we want to display a house floorplan with hotspots, then when you click on a hotspot, it shows the 360 photo of that room, inside of the colorbox. Then you can click on a another room.

Hi, this concern was answered previously – the plugin supports only flat panoramic images (a single flat image, not multiple parts or spherical types). The features are presented in the demo preview – other then that you’ll have to get creative and implement/try things on your own. Hope this helps.

Hi. I like your solution but need this feature: I want to show some objects on the 360 background. when a user clicks on the object, the object disappears. For example, a user is in a 360 view of a supermarket and in the fruit section, he clicks on an apple (a layer) and this disappears as if he bought it or put it in his basket. Is it possible? Thank you.

Hi, thank you for the interest – your requirements are really specific and unfortunately the plugin doesn’t have such features, I’m sorry.

Can i put a image on hotspot? and a text in html?

Hi, the hotspot is a HTML element so you could style it via CSS, if necessary. Text can be added when you open the hotspot via a lightbox solution. Hope this helps.

Hi liviu.

If is the css thanks, but how can i add text next to it? like this :

http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en.html

like a counter i have the code in shortcode or in jquery for the number. It is possible my friend? I’m a developer

Hi, this is what you can do with the hotspots: http://liviucerchez.com/panorama360/example2/ – no ability to add text via the plugin features, just a title displayed in the bottom right corner.

Hello dear. as i see in demo, it is very good plugin. Well, can you tell me about update and changelog? There was some new updates?

Hi, thank you for your interest and kind words. I always update the plugin to offer compatibility with the latest WordPress version. There are no major updates, just minor changes.

Hi Suports Real 360º phots from Samsug 360 217 o Xiaomi ??

Hi, thanks for your interest. The plugin supports only flat panoramic images that scroll horizontally – make sure your device image matches this aspect, take the demo preview images as an example.

Panorama only shows up when style=”position:absolute” or “position:fixed”. Checked it with WP 4.8.1, Theme Twenty Seventeen and all other plugins deactivated. Very annoying (and now useless) if the panorama cannot be placed within content and/or a container.

Hi, the plugin doesn’t require any positioning (if relative), but you’ll have to assign it a height in order to show (manually using the style attribute or automatically using the shortcode generator). The absolute position can be used if you need to adapt the panorama exactly to a container (see the full page example). Hope this helps and if you have any other concerns/questions please use the Support tab and I’ll do my best to help right away.

Yep, with assigning a height it works. Thanks for the hint.

The thing is, that this is not mentioned in the documentation at all. In fact there are 5 shortcode examples and except one they don’t include this style attribute. The examples are 1. panorama360 src=”pano1.jpg” 2. panorama360 src=”http://otherdomain.com/pano2.jpg” src_width=”1200” src_height=”600” 3. panorama360 src=”pano3.jpg” is360=”false” 4. panorama360 src=”pano4.jpg” style=”position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; z-index: 0;” mousewheel=”true” -> HERE IT IS MENTIONED 5. [panorama360 src=”pano5.jpg” map=”pano5-map”] <map id=”pano5-map” name=”pano5-map”> <area class=”round” shape=”rect” coords=”90,190,180,230” href=”hotspot.jpg” target=”_blank” alt=”A hotspot” /> </map> [/panorama360]

The shortcode generator provides only a custom CSS field, but nowhere is a required height field. If I only use the shortcode generator without adding height in Custom CSS , then the result will be just nada. The shortcode generator pulls src_height and src_width correctly, but it doesn’t mean, that the panorama will show. Very misleading.

So a more precise documentation would be for sure more helpful.

Thank you – I will make sure to update the documentation asap.

I would like to use this plugin on my wordpress blog.

Can i set the start position of the image (i.e. the center)? after installation, is it like plug&play? Thus, selecting a panoramic image, placing it (the short code) in the text and it’s done? Of course, some settings might be required…

I would like to avoid changing any css code and would like to use the text editor function only. Example 1 requires the shortcode support – so i have to chance a .php file?

Thanks in advance!

Hi, this item is a WordPress plugin that requires you to have basic knowledge of how the framework works. Shortcodes are a common way to build custom content and they are at the core of the WordPress functionality. You should know the plugin contains a Shortcode Generator to help you ease the process of adding a panorama to your site. Please find more details about the plugin in the ‘get started’ documentation page: http://docs.liviucerchez.com/panorama360/ Hope this helps.

Can we give the user the option to upload panorama image to wordpress with your plugin ?

Hi, thank you for your interest – sure, that’s what this plugin is about. You can upload and display a flat panorama image very easily; it doesn’t require any advanced knowledge to do this. Hope this helps.

can we give the user of my wordpress website, to upload panorama images? that mean users, not admin !

Users will need rights to upload images and edit posts, the same rights required to edit regular posts. Hope this answers your concerns.

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