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Umbraco 7 Get Media images by ID when using the Multi Media Picker to display a Gallery

Umbraco 7 Get Media images by ID when using the Multi Media Picker

This is usefull when creating a gallery of images.

1) In your Doctype add the Multiple Media Picker

2) Umbraco 7 Razor code snippet partial:


@inherits Umbraco.Web.Mvc.UmbracoTemplatePage
@helper RemoveExtensions(string stringIn)
{
 var thisTitle = stringIn;
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace(".jpg", "");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace(".png", "");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace(".jpeg", "");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace(".gif", "");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace(".bmp", "");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace("-", " ");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace("_", " ");
                                        thisTitle = thisTitle.Replace("  ", " ");
@Html.Raw(thisTitle)
}

@if(CurrentPage.HasValue("chooseImagesForGallery"))
                    {
                        <div class="row">
                        @{
                       
                            var typedMultiMediaPicker = Model.Content.GetPropertyValue<IEnumerable<IPublishedContent>>("chooseImagesForGallery");
                            foreach (var item in typedMultiMediaPicker)
                            {
                               <div class="col-md-4">
                                <a href="@item.Url" data-fancybox="group" data-caption="@item.Name">
                                    <img src="@item.Url" alt="" class="img-responsive"/>
                                </a>
                                      
                                <p>@RemoveExtensions(@item.Name)</p>
                               
                            </div>
                            }
                        }
                       
                        </div>
                    }
                   


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  1. Thanks for such a nice post. Its works perfectly when I loaded multiple images for my product.

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