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WEBphysiology Portfolio

Allows for the creation of an expanded-list styled or a grid-styled page containing images and supporting detail, perfect for a portfolio presentation

8 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.6 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Documentation: Some get it, some don't...
By ,

...Jeff at WebPhysiology gets it.

Portfolios are hard. Especially if you're not a php, css, html, mysql magic-beans necromancer.

It will take a bit of effort on your part to make a good one. That's right, EFFORT!

Show me more complete documentation than this and I'll show you a medical textbook: http://webphysiology.com/plugins/webphysiology-portfolio-plugin/

Now get to work and learn this plugin, goofball. It will be worth your time.

1 star
Does not work
By , for WP 3.8.1

Page created only displayed the shortcode. Post type not applied to portfolio entry.

5 stars
Happy Camper!
By , for WP 3.7.1

Used this portfolio awhile back with Thesis and it works great. Simple and clean. Had a bit of a glitch with StudioPress where the grid boxes would 'drop' their right side frame line. In less than 24 hours, Jeff had worked out the simple solution with some stylesheet code and I am back in business.

Happy to have found this straightforward portfolio and even happier with the support. Thanks, Jeff

Joe
OneVoiceCan.com

2 stars
not that useful...

I preferred to do my custom post and to style them with CSS.

5 stars
Professional
By ,

Thanks for providing this, very good plugin!

5 stars
Great tech support and Plugin
By , for WP 3.5.1

Plugins works well with themes, and even after a little clinch the technical support offer was AS!
will definitely recommend the plugin and install it in future sites.

Johann
WAX Solutions

4 stars
Simple and works with my theme
By , for WP 3.5.1

Simple out the box plugin, that is understandable and has the fields I need for a portfolio

5 stars
Works well
By , for WP 3.5

This plugin works well for me on my site. I had to use totally custom CSS, which is no big deal. The pagepeeker integration really helped -- I was getting so bored of resizing and uploading thumbnails.

I think one area for improvement would be doing away with external jQuery etc altogether. It's an option now, but shouldn't be there at all (I thought this was a no-no in WP plugins.)

Options are well thought-out. I'd recommend the plugin to anyone.

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