WP-SmugMug 2.0.6

I noticed today that all of my posts integrated with my SmugMug galleries using WP-SmugMug were broken. SmugMug has been changing the permalink structure for albums and images lately. A few weeks ago, albums gained the ability to have pretty permalinks. Now, it looks like those changes have made it their way to the image permalinks.

WP-SmugMug parsed out information from the image permalink to determine the link to the thumbnail size image. When the permalink structure changed, all of the links to the thumbnails broke along with it.

I’ve released version 2.0.6 of WP-SmugMug to address this issue. Let me know if you see any issues with the release!

10 thoughts on “WP-SmugMug 2.0.6

  1. if you look at http://www.tableman.com/photographs/wpsm/8883485_apToQ–L/#wp-smugmug

    I am getting

    Warning: strpos() [function.strpos]: Empty delimiter in /home/content/81/4601581/html/wp-content/plugins/wp-smugmug/wp-smugmug.php on line 522

    all over the place.


  2. What’s the smugmug gallery you are trying to link to in your blog post?

  3. p


    just bringing up my site and d/l-ed this plugin..i’m noticing my photo-links are broken. am i doing something wrong or this smugmus changing the permalink structure again?


  4. The problem was you were using the ATOM10 feed url instead of the RSS feed url.

  5. Thanks for your great work on this plug-in. Loving it on my site!

  6. Love the plugin! I have one question: how can I reverse the order in which images are displayed? I would like the newest images added to a given rss feed displayed first. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

  7. What happens if you reverse the order in your gallery settings on SmugMug from Ascending to Descending?

  8. That could work however I am pulling images by keywords from multiple galleries

  9. Chris Mitchell

    Dear Adam – would it be ok for me to try and update your WP-smugmug plugin? I was thinking about hiring a developer to tweak it. It would be just for my own private use – thanks, Chris

    1. It’s open source, so of course, go ahead and modify. If it makes sense for others to use, consider contributing back to the repo.

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