This plugin allows anyone to easily display images in places you may not want to use a gallery or other currently available methods. Easily create a row of images using the simple shortcode [imagerow] with an attribute of “images” – this attribute should be a comma separated list of image URLs you want to display. You can link the image to another URL by appending the URL to the image URL separating them with a pipe.
Three images, none with links.
Two images, one which links to Google and the other without a link.
Two images, one which links to Google and the other without a link, and a caption under the entire row.
[imagerow images="http://domain.com/image1.jpg|http://google.com,http://domain.com/image2.jpg" caption="Hi there! I'm a caption!"]
Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.
- Will this work with my theme?
Yes this plugin should be compatible with all themes. The row of images will be 100% width of the content area it is included in, and within that images should all be equal widths and equally spaced.
- What happens if images are not all the same size?
The images displayed will be resized to be 1/X the width of the image row, where X is the total number of images. If there are three images in the row, the image will be 1/3 the width of the row. This means size is not as relevant in this situation, your main concern will be with with the aspect ratio. If your images are all the same ratio you will not have a problem, but if images have different heights at the same width this plugin will not attempt to fix that and you will just have images that are not the same size.
Contributors & Developers
“Image Rows” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
1.0.2 – 08/11/2013
- Fix: Styling – Handle images with links better
1.0.1 – 08/09/2013
- Caption attribute for the [imagerow] shortcode.
- HTML5 support
- Improved default styling with spacing and proper clearfix
Thanks to @jameskoster for putting up with my design questions 🙂
1.0.0 – 08/08/2013
- Intial Release