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jWordGalleria Widget

Description

jWord Galleria widget is a WordPress plugin widget that you can smoothly integrate with your WordPress website in just a few minutes. It uses the freeware jQuery Galleria developed by Aino as the image manipulation library.

Features

  • smooth transition of images
  • automatically loads all images from specified folder and keeps count
  • no resizing necessary!
  • uses jQuery library (jQuery Galleria) to auto-size and fine tune image for display

Screenshots

  • Activated jWordGalleria plugin
  • Placed jWordGalleria widget
  • Example of jWordGalleria widget in action. The "Artist" mini-gallery is a jWordGalleria widget!

Installation

Install jWordGalleria plugin widget by following these simple steps and you will have it ready adn running in just few minutes!

  1. Go to the plugin URL: http://smfarookstudios.com/home/?page_id=21
  2. Click the Download link and save the zip file “jwordgalleria.zip” in your local hard drive
  3. Extract the content of the zip file in a temporary location using WinZip, WinRar or similiar unzip tool
  4. Upload wjgwidget.php and the sub-folder wjg to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your wordpress application
  5. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress Admin control panel
  6. In WordPress Admin control panel go to Appearance > Widgets and drag the jWordGalleria widget to a desired location
  7. In the Widget options fields provide a title for your widget and choose a folder where your images are. jWordGalleria reads from the same folders where you upload your files and images in WordPress!
  8. Custom Album (optional): you can directly upload a folder full of images into your wordpress app without having to go through the WordPress file upload by FTP-ing your image folder under You can also create your own subfolder under /wp-content/uploads/YYYY where YYYY denotes the current year. For example, if you have a folder ‘mypics’ full of images in your hard drive and the current year is 2010; you will FTP-ing the folder under /wp-content/uploads/2010/mypics
  9. Go to your wordpress site and refresh! That should be it! The image gallery widget will show up auto-loaded with the images from teh folder you specified in step-7

FAQ

How do I install this plugin?

See Installation step 1-5

How do I use this plugin?

See Installation step 6-9

Do I need to create any new image folder to upload images?

No. jWordGalleria will read from the same folder where you upload your files and images for your WordPress application.

What if I have other files and non-images in the same folder?

That should not be an issue. jWordGalleria will only read GIF, JPEG and PNG graphics format.

Who do I contact if I need help?

Send an email to tdb.clsuter1@yahoo.com . I will try to answer your queries as soon as possible. I’m also setting up a forum soon from the plugin website where you will be able to post your questions and look for feedback from others.

Contributors & Developers

“jWordGalleria Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.1.3

  • “select album/folder” functionality added by Rashid Farook

1.1.2

  • label updated, control panel added by Rashid Farook

1.1.1

  • h1 tag theme issue fixed by Glenda Macawile

1.1

  • upload directory path made dynamic by Rashid Farook