The WordPress Media Library has come along way since I start using WordPress back at version 2.6. Internet connections are faster too (is anyone still on dial-up?). Having faster computers and lightening speed internet means that we don’t have to use thumbnail images as much. You have probably seen this concept on sites like This … Continue reading WordPress Single Image Gallery
Once you have images in NextGen Gallery you can use them throughout WordPress posts and pages. This tutorial will show you how to insert a single image from NextGen Gallery on to any post or page. You can always upload images into the media library for use as feature or post images but if you … Continue reading Insert a Single Image from NextGen Gallery
These three quick step lists should help you remember how to do the common tasks required to create and link NextGen 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 … Continue reading Quick Steps to Create & Link NextGen Gallery
Artbiz receives the odd request asking if there is a way to put a red dot in the description of their images. Unfortunately NextGen 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 who the work is sold. • … Continue reading How to Add a Red Dot to Sold Art in WordPress
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…
The first thing you have to do in preparation to add content to your site is to optimize your images. Optimizing is a term used to indicate a change to a photo or a graphic, to reduce it in both visual size and file size, for use in other programs.