Ninja Galleries lets you easily create image galleries by tagging your images and then assigning those tags to a gallery page.
Version 1.0.1 fixes the PHP Warning that exists in v. 1.0. Please upgrade as soon as possible.
Note - In order to use Ninja Galleries, your theme must have post thumbnails enabled. If you do not, you can still install Ninja Galleries, but there will be no functionality.
First off, Ninja Galleries is based upon the excellent Media Tags plugin by Paul Menard. If you are looking to simply tag your images, then Media Tags is the plugin you need. Because Media Tags 3.0 is the tagging system used by this plugin, we strongly recommend that you do not use Media Tags and Ninja Galleries at the same time. Although we have gone through great lengths to prevent any possible conflicts, it would be best to use one or the other.
Ninja Galleries is designed to work with the Lighbox Plus plugin (v. 2.2.2). If you have this plugin installed, then Ninja Galleries will open all clicked images in a Lightbox Popup. If you do not have this plugin installed, Ninja Announcements will simply link to the image.
Features: *Create image galleries featuring as many images as you would like. *Once a gallery is created and tags are selected, new tagged images show up automatically. *Outputs each gallery as a set of
dl> HTML elements for easy styling. *Assign categories to each gallery for easy organization. *Each gallery has its own url that you can to link from anywhere on your site. *List your galleries by category using a simple shortcode.
Ninja Galleries uses http://www.yoursite.com/gallery/gallery-name as the url for gallery pages. This means that you can't have any custom post types with this url. Unfortunately, this is fairly set in stone at this release. Future versions will allow a custom url.
There are more screenshots and tutorials for Ninja Galleries at http://plugins.wpninjas.net.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.1.4
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Active Installs: 60+
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