Organize “before and after” style portfolios embedded within WordPress posts. Before/After allows you to select specific images out of your media library, and sort them into respective before and after groups from the post editing page. Useful for anyone who features their work or services (web-designers, artists, plumbers, etc.) on their site.
- Add images to your Media Library; these images will become available to you on the post add/edit page.
- On the post add/edit page, simply drag images from the Media Library column into the Before and After columns.
- To remove an item, double-click it.
<?php $beforeafter->is_gallery( id ); ?>=
Returns true if there is a Before/After gallery associated with a particular post.
- A post id. Typically the current post, $post->ID
<?php $beforeafter->gallery( type , id , file , links , list , rel , limit ); ?>=
Returns the images stored in a particular Before/After gallery.
- Determines which gallery to return: before or after.
- Values: ‘before’ , ‘after’
- Default: ‘after’
- The post id. If set to 0, will return images from all posts with Before/After galleries.
- Default: 0
- Determines the type of image to return: the original image file, or the thumbnail.
- Values: ‘thumb’ , ‘file’
- Default: ‘thumb’
- If set to true, will wrap images with links to the original files.
- Values: true, false
- Default: true
- If set to true, wraps the image in
- Values: true, fase
- Default: false
- Alters the default rel parameter for image links.
- Default: ‘beforeafter’
- Limits how many items are returned.
- Default: all of ’em.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Place template tags in theme files.
- Can you upload photos directly from the post edit page?
No. Upload them to the media library directly; it works better.
- Can an image be in more than one gallery?
As of right now, no. If folks feel the need to do this, I can implement that feature. Please note that the images are still available to do any other WordPress stuff (eg. insert into post content), but may only used once within Before/After.
I’ve set it up this way to avoid confusing multiple images in the admin interface.
- How is Before/After styled?
To use this plugin you must be familiar with theme files and rudimentary PHP.
Contributors & Developers
“Before/After” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
* Adds a ‘limit’ argument to gallery()
- Initial release.