4) Put down a droplet with: [[jQueryInclude?plugin=<galerij>]]
In the sourcecode of the page it says: <!-- jQueryAdmin: unable to load preset [default] -->
great to see that more and more people use jQueryAdmin!One of the most read issues is the two different things preset != plugin
- you could create a "preset" with all the scripts (=plugins) you need for example in the template!
this file looks like galerij.jquery
(you _must_ create it and choose the plugins or UI in the optionslists)
- this presets could be in the template file or in a module file (=just one file for the whole script setup)
=> Presets loaded with
- you could create "manually" with putting your favorite jQuery Plugin (JS+CSS+Images if needed) with a default.preset
file (and additional a readme.html for help) in a .zip!
- a single plugin is part of the options list in the jQueryAdmin Backend!
- this plugin you can combine with others or needed UI parts for your project!
- in the plugins you could edit the whole jQuery stuff with the AFE (it's not tricky mostly exactly like on the demo pages
of the originally jQuery Plugin!!
=> Plugins loaded with
[[jQueryInclude?plugin=Colorbox-1.3.6]]so third option
to load presets
(see first point)
used in the Template or under WB Backend->Options->footer!
With this droplet you could create a preset for one page!
You could create a preset and name it like the page_id (12 for example) so on the page with the id 12 this preset is loaded!
But thats the same effect if you drop the jQueryInclude droplet in the page (12) directly in the wysiwyg!
(But with the jQueryLoader option for example your customer not see or could delete the droplet!...