SSP Director Tools give you means for integrating SlideShowPro Director content into a WordPress blog.
Use this shortcode:
List of allowed attributes:
album: The id of an album to show (integer).
gallery: The id of a gallery to show (integer).
image: The id of a single image to show (integer).
align: Alignment of a single image (left|center|right, default: left).
caption: Whether or not to show the caption of a single image (yes|1|no|0, default: 1).
limit: The maximum number of images to be shown in a grid (integer, default: 0). 0 if unlimited.
tags: List of tags to filter the content by, separated by commas.
tagmode: Mode in which the tag filter works. Match all tags or any out of the list (all|one, default: one).
sort_on: The sort field (null|created_on|captured_on|modified_on|filename|random, default: null).
sort_direction: The sort order (ASC|DESC, default: DESC).
rss: Whether or not to show a RSS photo feed link below the photo grid (yes|1|no|0, default: 1).
If no attributes are specified, the default plugin settings apply as defined in the sections "Photo Grid Defaults" and "Image Sizes and Handling".
[sspd gallery="6" limit="10" tags="technology" sort_on="captured_on" sort_direction="DESC"]
This will output the 10 most recent photos of gallery 6 which are tagged with "technology".
Image captions are automatically generated using image metadata. You can define different captions for preview images and images presented by FancyBox. Use placehoders like
%placeholder% in your caption definitions and define how dates will be formatted.
List of allowed placeholders:
%caption%: The image caption as provided by Director. If the caption is not set in Director, the IPTC caption is used instead.
%byline%: The IPTC byline
%city%: The IPTC city
%country%: The IPTC country
%date%: The image capture date from the EXIF record
Date formatting: Use common PHP date formats.
Using HTML in your captions: You may use the following HTML elements and attributes:
<div style="">, <p style="">, <b>, <i> <strong>, <em>, <br>
<b>%caption%</b> (%date%)<br><i>Photograph by %byline%</i>