These three quick step lists should help you remember how to do the common tasks required to create and link NextCellent Gallery. Create and link a gallery to a page Create the gallery and upload your images Inside the gallery’s top task pane click the button that says add page. Go to Appearance > Menus and [...]
Artbiz receives the odd request asking if there is a way to put a red dot in the description of their images. Unfortunately NextCellent Gallery doesn’t have that option and you’ll hard pressed to find a WordPress gallery plugin that does. By the way, the red dot tells people that the work is sold. • [...]
Once you create a gallery and upload some images we need to get that gallery onto a page or post so it shows up on your website.
This is a two step process.
For the last few days I have been playing around with the different modules available with Jetpack (did I say there are 25). Since we are all about art and images here, let’s get straight to what matters the most; the WordPress Gallery using Jetpacks Tiled Gallery and my twist of using it with Auto Thickbox.
There’s no denying that re-sizing, re-naming, optimizing and filling in the file info, also know as metadata, is a time consuming process. So why add image Meta Data? It is worth the time; this is why…
How to use the Image Browser for Next Generation Gallery.
The image will automatically insert to fit the width of your content. If you have access to the plugin’s css file – nggallery.css – you can change the width under this selector
Now you can upload images from your iPhone directly to NextGen Gallery on your website. You can also add the description and title as well as use the exclude feature.