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4 years 9 months ago #119573 by ahmedsiddiq
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Hi

Reference to following, the file should be copied to sites/all/libraries/imagesloaded.

"Drupal equalheights.module README.txt
Installing required libraries manually.
Before installing equalheights module, download imagesloaded plugin from github.com/desandro/imagesloaded/releases/tag/v2.1.2 .
You need two files: jquery.imagesloaded.js and jquery.imagesloaded.min.js. They should be copied to sites/all/libraries/imagesloaded.
You can also use git to clone the repository from the github."

My issue is that the libraries folder is not created here..reference following image.





Instead its created here (reference following image )



please guide as why the libraries folder is not created by system @ site/all/libraries ?

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Ahmed

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4 years 9 months ago #119593 by Valentin
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Hi Ahmed,

You need to create the libraries folder.

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4 years 9 months ago #119602 by ahmedsiddiq
Replied by ahmedsiddiq on topic https://www.drupal.org/project/equalheights
Hi
Reference to the images below.
Libraries folder is already created, but not on the desired path. ( i.e. [ sites/all/libraries)
And when manually Libraries folder is created it does not works.







pls guide.

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Ahmed

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4 years 9 months ago #119613 by Valentin
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Libraries folder is already created, but not on the desired path. ( i.e. [ sites/all/libraries)
And when manually Libraries folder is created it does not works.

The folder that needs to be created would be located in "sites/all/libraries" - what exactly do you mean when you say it doesn't work?

If you are getting an error in somewhere let us know the details

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4 years 9 months ago #119627 by ahmedsiddiq
Replied by ahmedsiddiq on topic https://www.drupal.org/project/equalheights
Hi

Instead of sites/all/ libraries , the libraries folder is automatically created @ sites/all/modules/libraries,
While it should be created at sites/all/ libraries.

Now if i move this libraries folder from sites/all/modules/* to sites/all/* , the sites stops working
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4 years 9 months ago - 4 years 9 months ago #119631 by SimonW
Replied by SimonW on topic https://www.drupal.org/project/equalheights
Hi Ahmed,
It looks like you get confused between the 2 libraries folders, one inside your sites/all/modules/* and another inside sites/all/*. To install the equalHeight module, you need to install the "Libraries API" module. Once you install this module, it will exist in sites/all/modules/* which is the sites/all/modules/libraries you initially thought it's created "automatically". While there is also another new folder called "libraries" inside sites/all/* which it comes with Drupal when you first download and install, but since there's no such "libraries" folder in your sites/all/*, you just create one and this is the folder where you store your imagesloaded plugin you have downloaded. So, please don't get confused of these two folders with the same name which serve different purpose all together.

In short:
1) Install equalHeight module
2) Install Libraries API module (Once you install, this module will be inside 'sites/all/modules/*'. Leave it as it is. Don't move anywhere, this is "Libraries API" module)
3) Create another new folder called "libraries" inside sites/all/*. Here where you place all your external plugins like colorbox, nivoslider, imagesloaded...etc.
4) Download your "imagesloaded" plugin and store inside sites/all/libraries, so it should be sites/all/ libraries/imagesloaded (rename the folder name from "imagesloaded-2.1.2" to "imagesloaded")
5) Enable the 2 modules and flush the cache.
6) Sit back and relax, your meal is served ~

Hope it helps.

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4 years 9 months ago #119637 by Valentin
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Hi SimonW,
Thanks for sharing a detailed explanation. We appreciated!

Hi Ahmed,
Give a try to SimonW suggestions. Let us know if you have any concern.

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4 years 9 months ago #119656 by SimonW
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Hi Valentin,
You are welcome ! Just happened that I have tested and used this module one time. I have learnt from many of you all these while and now I can fish myself some time ! Thanks Gurus !

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4 years 9 months ago #119663 by Valentin
Replied by Valentin on topic https://www.drupal.org/project/equalheights
Hi SimonW,
We are happy to have you learning with us :)

Thanks for the kind words!

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