ReFlex Gallery is an easy to use responsive WordPress Photo Gallery Plugin that is two gallery plugins in one.
ReFlex gallery has a simple, clean interface that is very easy to use. It is absolutely the best gallery plugin. I recommend upgrading to the $10 Pro version for the best results.
So the idea itself is not bad, but there is plenty of cons...
1. Cannot add few images at once, idea of gallery is to have possibility to add many images at once, not to sit on one album for hour,
2. Gallery as popup - just no,
3. No list of images for user,
4. Not much options,
5. No Templates.
I saw, that there is also a PRO version, but after looking at this, i'm pretty worried, that i it would be a waste of money... sorry but this is not something that i would recommend to anyone with a clear conscience.
Developer apparently has no interest in resolving, and even prematurely closes The ticket without taking action, for a problem that is occurring to several users.
I searched many but only found this which can change the image in popup after clicking the thumbnail image. great plugin simply a life saver. :) Thanks to the Development Team
This gallery plugin only displays a single image on a desktop view screen and then launches the actual gallery (with the rest of the thumbnails) into a popup window. Not at all what I was expecting, but exactly what it is supposed to do.
Pretty disappointed, but my own fault for not reading through all of the support issues first.
I was really liking the appearance on the screenshots, but when I installed it I have been disappointed by the animation on the opening thickbox...
Why not just a static thickbox appearing when the image is loaded ???
Nice little plugin. It has a clean and simple interface and it's easy to create new galleries and add images to them. It would be nice if you could also change the text on some of the slider controls (for us non-english users).
Update: Just a heads up, this plugin doesn't seem to play nice with Contact Form 7 (or vice versa). The box for validation errors overflows its containing element once you install the gallery.