1 ) Edit wp_coppermine.php
2 ) Put wp_coppermine.php into the same directory as the webpage you want to put your badge.
3 ) Cut and paste all of the coppermine_gallery.php file into the webpage where you want your badge.
You can see this up and running on my personal blog. I’m working on a WP plugin check back in a few days it should be up on the side bar and a blog entry posted with more information.
Easy hacks you can do:
It is set up to display 5 thumbnails vertically.
To change the number of images change the number at the end of this line:
$query = “select filepath, filename, ctime from cpg_pictures order by ctime desc limit 5;”;
If you want a horizontal list remove the \n<br> from this line:
echo “\n<br><img src=\”$url/$directory/albums/$path” . “thumb_$name\”>”;
So it looks like this:
echo “<img src=\”$url/$directory/albums/$path” . “thumb_$name\”>”;