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    We have a display problem when working with te plugin. We cannot see properly. See screenshot:


    That happens when some other plugin load their styles and javascript on Gmedia admin pages (but should load them only on own admin pages).
    Try deactivate other plugins one by one and check what plugin conflict with Gmedia.
    Post result here, please.


    I have the same problem, an it seams that it is an conflict with the Contact Bank Standard Edition plug in. I try to deactivate all plugins. an then activate one by one, and each time I activated this plugin then the problem come back. I may have to try an other contact plugin, but the best would be if you can solve this conflict.


    To @roy:
    Yes, Contact Bank plugin loads their js and css files on all admin pages, but not only on own admin pages. This is wrong and not meets WordPress coding standarts. Contact Bank’s CSS file override styles of Gmedia Gallery plugin and broke plugin’s functionality. I can’t fix this conflict. You should contact “Contact Bank” developer to fix his plugin to load plugin’s JS and CSS on own admin pages only.


    All: I found a word-around for this exact problem (CSS conflict with Gallery Bank Pro) by looking for the conflicting CSS with Firebug and installing more specific CSS. I understand the author’s point-of-view that it’s not his fault the other guys don’t play nice. But, I’m hoping he will consider using more specific CSS to work around other people poor coding practices.

    I haven’t tested this fix in all cases yet. I’m just throwing this out here as it’s working for me (for now anyway). I put this in the functions.php file of the child-theme I’m using.

    # Custom CSS for Admin area
    function custom_css() {
        echo '<style type="text/css">
    /* Specific CSS for GMedia as CSS from Gallery Bank conflicts */ {
        background-color: transparent;
        background-position: 0% 0%;
        background-size: auto;
        background-repeat: repeat;
        background-origin: padding-box;
        background-clip: border-box;
        background-attachment: scroll;
        background-image: none;
        margin: 0px;
        width: auto;
        border: medium none; 
        box-shadow: none;
        top: 32px;
    add_action('admin_head', 'custom_css');

    In latest version of Gmedia Gallery plugin I’ve added “Isolation Mode” option to Gmedia Settings
    When you enable it Gmedia tries to forbid other plugins to load their JS and CSS on Gmedia admin pages.

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