Photo Gallery is an advanced plugin with a list of tools and options for adding and editing images for different views. It is fully responsive. The product includes plugin for adding image galleries and albums to posts and pages, as well as multiple widgets. You can add images, providing detailed descriptions and tags, organize the galleries into different album.
The list of the features:
100% Responsive Supports the following types of image files: JPG, JPEG, PNG and GIF Unlimited quantity of photos in gallery Possibility of adding unlimited quantity of galleries/albums Detailed three-column visual shortcode for adding created gallery/galleries and album/albums into the posts and pages. Detailed (Extended) album and compact album view Possibility of changing the roles of who can edit the galleries/albums/images (Author/All Users) Chances to provide details for images (tags, captions) Thumbnail editing tools (Crop, rotate and flip) Possibility of changing the amount of images displayed in a single row of an album/gallery Direct Image download and original image display capabilities Photo Gallery Widget for displaying albums and galleries as widgets Separate shortcode generator page for the websites using custom pages/custom editors. Possibility of uploading images from the Media Library of the website. Possibility to add tags to all images at once. Right-click disabling option for the image downloads protection. WordPress Search Integration by gallery and album title Possibility to display the number of images in the lighbo
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- Upload the plugin files to the
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
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