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Yes. If you use the provided homepage slideshow widget, or the in gallery slideshow buttons, then it will "do the right thing" on iOS devices and use an HTML5 based slideshow. click for fullsize
Galleries SmugMug has had a mobile theme avaiable for iOS devices since July 13th, 2007. It has gone through a few iterations, but in its current state it still looks very much the same as when it was introduced. It works very well, and even scales just fine to the iPad or iPhone sized screens. The mobile site is enabled by default I believe, but if you ...
There are no mobile ready themes, I'm sorry. And there's no way to customize the mobile site at present. Right now, your site displays on mobile devices with our mobile site (example.smugmug.com/m or example.com/m). We do hope to enhance the mobile site with pro branding and perhaps more, stay tuned on that.
There are two ways to do this. 1) make those galleries unlisted, and therefore they won't show in the mobile version of your site 2) you can disable the use of our mobile site in your control panel, settings tab. This means that folks using a mobile device like an iPhone would see your site in the normal Safari browser.
If you use the JFriend HTML5 Slideshow it works just fine on iOS. DGrin discussion thread The standard "built-in" (via EZCustomizer) slideshow uses Flash, and therefore will not work on non-Flash compatible devices. You should note that iOS devices will default to mobile view which is optimized for iPhone, in which case your home page slideshow does not ...
There is a way by using a third party browser app that allows you to set the browser user agent. For example Atomic browser that I use on my iPad, comes with a "identify browser as" feature that also offers iPhone Safari as a choice. When selecting that option, SmugMug serves up the mobile site even on an iPad. There's a lite version of the browser you can ...
It sounds like you refer to the homepage slideshow box. The additional features for it are only available on desktop computers that use Flash at this point. On mobile devices like the iPad/iPhone, no flash is available and the html5 slideshow used instead doesn't offer the additional features, like randomize at this point.
These kinds of things can easily be done via the API. What you do is use the images.getInfo to get the URLs, and simply download the image from there. Sharegroup is where multiple galleries are grouped together in a customized method. I have one for my Arizonan Desert photos. No albums have to have a sharegroup, but there can be multiple albums in a single ...
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