Simply and quickly add thumbnail image galleries to your posts and pages using a html-like tag...
D13Gallery is a simple WordPress plugin that allows you to quickly add thumbnail image galleries to your posts and pages. By including a simple HTML-like tag to the body of your post, a folder on your web server can be scanned for images and a gallery generated automatically.
Editing the settings of your d13galleries is quick and simple using the inbuilt options screen - simple adjust your settings for size, quality and layout and click 'update' to apply the changes to all of your galleries.
The latest release of d13gallery (v3.4.0) bundles some new functionality with some fixes for bugs identified in earlier versions.
There are now two choices of layout - the original grid view and also a Flickr inspired view.
The thumbnail saving script has also been revised to eradicate a few issues.
v3.3.2 - This version has some slightly adjusted markup for when you're using a lightbox. Rather than display the path to the image as the image title within the lightbox popup, the post title will now be used--much nicer.
v3.3.1 - Version 3.3.1 includes a simple addition to increment the class names for images depending on their column - this means that you can apply different styling to the left images, middle images and right images.
v3.3.0 - Version 3.3 revives the function of saving generated thumbnails on your server. Using the admin screen choose whether to save thumbnails and where and let d13gallery handle the rest.
v3.2.0 - Version 3.2 has had a full re-write of all admin functionality to bring it inline with the WordPress 2.5.x releases. Making use of the WordPress database for settings rather than an external settings file makes v3.2 a more flexible and streamlined version.
v3.0.0 - The plugin code has been completely re-written providing faster processing and more robust support for the WordPress platform. The infamous 'permalink bug' has now been fixed and additional functionality has been added to support CSS layout and lightbox components.
The inbuilt options screen as part of your WordPress admin pages and also features extensive support documentation helping you get the most from the plugin.