Add your Pic-Time(https://www.pic-time.com/) galleries into your website pages and posts in just a few clicks.
Enjoy a code free intuitive dashboard, multiple gallery layouts with customization options, and more.
In order to use this plugin it is necessary to have an account on https://www.pic-time.com/
- Connect your Pic-Time account with WordPress.
- Display any Pic-Time project into your website pages and posts in just a few clicks
- Choose which project’s images will be displayed on your site.
- Reorder gallery images.
- Choose the gallery layout (PRO version only)
- Possibility to add ‘Alt’ and ‘Title’ tags to each image (PRO version only)
- Insert the created gallery within any blog post or page by using the generated shortcode or the ‘PicTime Gallery’ Gutenberg block.
The documentation for FloPicTime plugin an be found here at docs.flothemes.com/flopictime
This plugin provides 1 block.
- FloPicTime - Pic-Time & WordPress integration
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Connect the plugin with your PicTime account
- Create FloPicTime galleries
What is required to use this plugin
In order to use this plugin it is necessary to have a Pic-Time account (https://www.pic-time.com/) and
at least one project in it.
Where are the gallery images hosted?
The gallery images are hosted on PicTime CDN (content delivery network).
That means your images have copies on different servers around the globe, and are served from the best available location.
Using the CDN will improve the speed loading of your site.
Why are images of a low quality?
If you notice significant images quality loss, that means only the low quality thumbnails were loaded,
conflict with another plugin or the theme. Usually that can be detected by inspecting the browser console log.
The purpose of the Alt tag is to provide alternative information for an image if the user for some reason cannot view it (because of slow connection, an error in the src attribute, or if the user uses a screen reader).
Having the same Alt tag for different images will not add any benefit in terms of SEO, and only will add
confusion in terms of accesibility.
So having the same Alt for multiple images is not a good practice, therefore we did not implement a bulk images editing option.
There are no reviews for this plugin.
Contributors & Developers
“FloPicTime – Pic-Time & WordPress integration” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Fix – Masonry Layout: Multiple Galleries Fix
- New – Remove Upgrade CTA for Free Plugin Users
- New – 1 extra gallery layout for Free Plugin Users
- Fix – PHP 8 compatibility
- Fix – Added nonces and capabilities check for Ajax requests.
- Fix – Updated the documentation URLs
- Fix – Fixed the images base URL issue
- Fix – WP 5.5 compatibility
- Fix – (PRO) Fixed slider arrow flickering in Safari
- Fix – (PRO) Slider view – fixed wide images issue
- Fixed js error occurring on reordering images when there were several scenes.
- Added rel=”nofollow” to the fancy box URLs.
- Fixed Guttemberg block conflict with other plugins.
- Hide empty scenes.
- Fixed decoding issue occurring on certain servers.
- Fixed error occurring when editing images tag.
- PicTime view – adjusted the layout.
- Include the scripts in the front end only when it is necessary.
- Fixed Gutenberg js error
- Added support for GIF images
- Initial release