Topic: Simpleviewer Stalls

My SimpleViewer seems to stall on a couple of pages. And I really have no clue why.

Page example of the stall. http://jeanniedesign.net/portfolio/photography/
It will load the first and second image, stall on the first image and won't load the other images until I click on the second thumbnail.

Here though there's no problem http://jeanniedesign.net/portfolio/graphic/branding/

The page coding is the same (change the root folders and such) on all portfolio pages. And I'm using the Kimili Flash embed for the wordpress embed.

[kml_flashembed movie="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/svcore/swf/simpleviewer.swf" height="600" width="600" quality="best" bgcolor="ffffff" fvars="xmlDataPath=http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/gallery.xml" /]

The coding seems the same on both.

xml on the Branding

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<simpleviewergallery 

    useFlickr="false"
    resizeOnImport="true"
    cropToFit="false"
    thumbPosition="BOTTOM"
    galleryStyle="COMPACT"
    thumbColumns="7"
    thumbRows="1"
    frameWidth="0"
    galleryWidth="600"
    galleryHeight="600"
    backgroundColor="FFFFFF"
    useFlash="true"
    frameColor="FF3366"
    textColor="CCCCCC"
    indexPageName="Branding.html"

>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/clgf-Logo.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/clgf-Logo.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/clgf-Logo.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[The CLGF 2010 initiative described them as modern but traditional, clean and organic. Wind farms are the most recognizable green technology. Merging the traditional three blades 'Windmill' with a grove of trees brings the feeling of traditional farming with a twist. The soft, organic swoop of the land, which the trees are sitting on, show a forward movement on top of a strong basis, Clean Land – Green Farms. ]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/TNB-Logo.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/TNB-Logo.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/TNB-Logo.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[TNB wanted their existing logo to be able to extend into the imprint as well as have the option of other offshoots of the brand. The original circle TNB logo I couldn't touch. After several rushed versions, this was the final choice of the brand owner. He needed it to be read at small sizes as some of the imprint spines would be thin but able to mesh with the eclectic nature of the books he'd publish.]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/DI-Logo2.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/DI-Logo2.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/DI-Logo2.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[Dirty Ink is a startup company focusing on erotic artwork. Their words included grunge, dark, & splatter. Taking the rough feel of ink splatter and combining it with a distorted typewriter font I wanted to leave the viewer thinking the letters are bleeding through the ink or vice versa.]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/logo-3.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/logo-3.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/logo-3.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[A Stroke of Genius came to me using words like, classy, sophisticated, & high end. The subtle curves of the font brought a touch of traditional to the otherwise modern logo. Wanting to incorporate the S and G I used an ornate script mimicing the thick and thins of a brush. The soft pastel green helped feminize the logo to represent the woman owned company and at the same time appeal to her largest market, women. ]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/DP-Logo.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/DP-Logo.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/DP-Logo.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[Diamond Peak's words were modern, bold, & not a picture of a jewel or mountain. Diamond & Peak are the obvious leading words in the brand. These are the building blocks of the logo. I wanted the construction of the logo to be blocky, conveying a solid foundation with attention to detail when forming the 'Peak' of construction excellence.]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/Logo.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/Logo.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/Logo.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[I incorporated a willow branch to help associate her handmade goods. I wanted to give her a natural flow and organic feeling to the brand. It's inviting people to come and sit a while to talk with your friend. We decided on a square logo for two reasons.First, it is an easier design to use for labels and tags. The second, to make it feel more like a boutique wine label. Etsy stores are boutiques with only one thing in mind, making your day special.]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/HG-Logo.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/thumbs/HG-Logo.jpg"
    linkURL="http://jeanniedesign.net/gallery/branding/images/HG-Logo.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[ Healthy Grains artisan bread is a company birthed from the worry of too much HFCS (corn sugar) and the idea that there needs to be more hand in the handmade process. I wanted to focus on the handmade aspect of her breads. I needed the rugged to help ground the font with the natural feeling they wanted. However, the peacock blue helped to underscore the whimsical and playfulness, which they embodies.]]></caption>
  </image>
</simpleviewergallery>

xml on Photography

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<simpleviewergallery 

    useFlickr="false"
    resizeOnImport="true"
    cropToFit="false"
    thumbPosition="BOTTOM"
    thumbRows="1"
    thumbColumns="7"
    showOpenButton="false"
    showFullscreenButton="false"
    backgroundColor="FFFFFF"
    textColor="CCCCCC"
    frameColor="FF3366"
    frameWidth="0"

>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/jewelry.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry2.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/jewelry2.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry2.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry3.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/jewelry3.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry3.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry4.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/jewelry4.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/jewelry4.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/Landscape.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/Landscape.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/Landscape.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/children.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/children.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/children.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
  <image imageURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/portrait.jpg"
    thumbURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/thumbs/portrait.jpg"
    linkURL="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/images/portrait.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>
</simpleviewergallery>

I know the first one was in compact mode, however compact did not work for the different sized photos. When I tested the difference between the two, the compact mode would stall as well. These are not large images, they load quickly when I post them into a blog post.

Help!

Re: Simpleviewer Stalls

It looks like your embed code is using portions for SimpleViewer 1.x, but you are using the SimpleViewer 2.x swf. I would suggest trying our WordPress plugin.

http://www.simpleviewer.net/simpleviewe … pleviewer/

If you are not posting to your blog use this embed code.
http://www.simpleviewer.net/simpleviewe … dding.html

Mike Richards
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: Simpleviewer Stalls

When using this code

<!--START SIMPLEVIEWER EMBED.-->
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.jeanniedesign.net/gallery/photo/svcore/js/simpleviewer.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function () {
SV.simpleviewer.load("sv-container", "100%", "100%", "222222", true);
});
</script>
<div id="sv-container"></div>
<!-- END SIMPLEVIEWER EMBED -->

It will load the container area but not the actual viewer. So another words a big blank area. When I insert this code:

[simpleviewer gallery_id="4" bgcolor="ffffff" gallery_width ="100%" gallery_height ="600"]

The player loads but does not connect to the xml file. Is there a way to define the gallery with the above code? I'm sure it has to do with the gallery id but I need to link to the absolute url of the gallery.xml file