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Gallery

Gallery is an advanced plugin with a list of tools and options for adding and editing images for different views. It is fully responsive.

Step 1: Installing the Gallery

1.1 Minimal requirements.

WordPress 3.4+ PHP 5.x MySQL 5.x

1.2 Installation.

Log-in to your WordPress administrator panel. Select Plugins page from toolbar menu, click Add New. Search for Photo Gallery in the right-top search bar if you want to download the Free version or click Upload Plugin button > "Choose file" ("Browse") and select the Photo Gallery zip file if you are installing the Professional version of Photo Gallery.

For Mac Users Go to your Downloads folder and locate the folder with the Photo Gallery. Right-click on the folder and select Compress. This will create a .zip file which can be installed as described below: Click "Upload & Install" button. Click "Activate Plugin" button for activating the plugin. If any problem occurs with installation of Photo Gallery, please let us know using "Contact Us" form.

Step 2: Creating/Editing Galleries for the Photo Gallery.

2.1 On the left menu select Photo Gallery>Add Galleries/Images> Add new.
2.2 Name. Specify the name of the gallery.
2.3 Slug. Specify the alias in your website for the gallery.
2.4 Description. Fill in the information you would like to share with the gallery. The description will be visible with some of the gallery views.
2.5 Author. This indicates the author of the gallery. It automatically includes the name of the logged in user, who has added the gallery.
2.6 Published. Choose whether to publish the gallery or to leave it for the further publication.
2.7 Preview image. Indicate the gallery image which will be used to preview the gallery. If you leave it blank, it will automatically pick the first gallery image among the uploaded files. 2.8 Images. You can add photos to the gallery by clicking Add Images button.

The Photo Gallery plugin is not using standard WordPress Media Manager, instead here you will be redirected to Photo Gallery File Manager. After uploading images you should mark them and press Add button.
Photo Gallery File Manager
2.8.1 Up. This button will allow you to move within the taxonomy of the folder to a higher level folder to upload image from there.
2.8.2 Make a directory. You can indicate the location of the directory to get images to be used in the gallery.
2.8.3 Rename item. You can rename the chosen gallery images without leaving the uploader.
2.8.4 Copy. You can copy images and directories to use in the galleries and albums.
2.8.5 Cut. You can cut images and directories.
2.8.6 Paste. You can paste copied/cut images and directories.
2.8.7 Remove items. You can remove any amount of items from the list, including gallery folder, images.
2.8.8 Upload files. You can upload images to your gallery from your PC and other devices using this feature. Multi-upload is also possible. To upload all images for the use in the gallery, you should first press Ctrl+A.

To add the images to your Gallery, you should press Add the selected images to gallery button.
Important! Before uploading an image, you should provide dimensions for the generated thumbnail at the top of the Media Upload window or leave it to default value set in the Thumbnail options (Options Menu). This way the thumbnail view of the Gallery will use the specified dimension of the gallery.
2.8.9 View options: View thumbnails. Displays uploaded gallery images in Thumbnail view.
View list. Displays uploaded gallery images in list view.

Now let`s explore the individual gallery image options. Refer to the buttons on the right side and below.
2.9 Set Watermark. You can apply the created watermark by checking the gallery image you want to add the watermark to and pressing the button. The watermark can be created in Options menu of the Gallery plugin. You can also add the watermark to all gallery images first selecting all gallery images and then pressing Set watermark button.
2.10 Reset. You can reset the gallery images to the default by selecting multiple/all images and pressing this button. It will remove all kind of changes, including crop, rotate and watermark changes to individual images or the entire gallery as such.
2.11 Show order column. You can either Drag and Drop gallery images to change the positioning of the images in the gallery or prefer order column, where you can provide numbering for the images to be displayed in a gallery. This option is more useful when you have multiple pages of images and it is not convenient to use Drag/Drop.
2.12 Save images. Using this button you can save only the changes made with the images, the changes with the gallery as a whole should be saved with the upper Save button.
2.13 Publish. Check the images you want to publish in the gallery and press the button.
2.14 Unpublish. Check the images you want to temporary unpublish from the gallery and press the button.
2.15 Delete. Check the images you want to remove from the gallery or album and press the button.
2.16 Crop. You can crop the image for creating the Thumbnail for the large image. The thumbnail will be available with some of the gallery views.
2.17 Rotate. You can rotate the thumbnail image. The change will also affect the larger image displayed within the gallery.
2.18 Reset. If you want to return to the original image, undo crop and reset, you can use this button.
2.19 Alt/Title. Provide a title for each gallery image.
2.20 Description. You can additionally have a description for the gallery images to provide detailed information.
2.21 Tags. Each gallery image can have a number of tags from the list of created tags.
2.22 Published. Choose whether to publish or unpublish the uploaded images within the gallery.

Step 3: Creating/Editing Tags for the Photo Gallery galleries and albums.

3.1 On the left menu select Photo Gallery> Tags.
3.2 Name. Provide a title for the tag.
3.3 Slug. Specify the alias for the tag in your website.
3.4 Add Tag. Press this button to add the created tag into the list.

Step 4: Creating/Editing Albums for the Photo Gallery.


4.1 On the left menu select Photo Gallery> Albums> Add new.
4.2 Name. Provide a name for the album.
4.3 Slug. Specify the alias for the album in your website.
4.4 Description. Provide a detailed description for the album.
4.5 Author. The author of the album will be automatically set by the logged in user, who creates the album.
4.6 Published. Choose whether to publish the album or not.
4.7 Preview Image. Choose the preview image for the album. If you leave it blank it will automatically use the first image used in the album.
4.8 Albums and Galleries. Choose gallery, galleries or already created albums to be used in the album. Here you can add multiple galleries and albums. There is no such limitation. 4.9 Drag/Drop. After adding the albums you will be able to use drag/drop option to set the order for the albums to be displayed.

Step 5: Editing Options for Photo Gallery.


Here you can change default options for different views of Photo Gallery, as well as general options of the galleries and albums. You can simply navigate here choosing the corresponding tab.
5.1 Global Options of Photo Gallery.
5.1.1 Images directory. Provide an image directory location which will host the uploaded gallery images.
5.1.2 Gallery role. Choose whether only author can make changes in the gallery or not.
5.1.3 Album role. Choose whether only author can make changes in the albums or not.
5.1.4 Image role. Choose whether only author can make changes in the gallery images or not.
5.1.5 Show Search box. Choose whether to display a search box for the image search in galleries or not. 5.1.6 Search box width. Set the width for the search box displayed with the gallery. 5.1.7. Preload images. Choose whether to have a preload for specific number of gallery images first or have them all loaded and only then displayed in the slideshow of the gallery. 5.1.8. Count of images. Specify the number of gallery images which will be loaded before opening the slideshow. The rest of the images will be loaded during the processing of the slideshow.

5.2 Watermark. You can use this option to add different types of watermarks on your gallery images.
5.2.1 Watermark Type. Choose what kind of advertisement you want to use from provided 2 options (text, image) or not to use watermarks in your galleries and albums.
5.2.2 Text
Watermark text. Provide the text which will be displayed over the gallery/album images.
Watermark font size. Specify the font size of the watermark in percentage for the responsive look.
Watermark font style. Specify the font family for the watermark text. There will be two default font styles to select from, but you will be able to further add more styles by inserting the fonts into the fonts folder in the Plugin folder.
Watermark color. Select the watermark text font color.
Watermark opacity. Define the level of opacity for the watermark, providing its percentage.
Watermark position. Choose the positioning of the watermark from the available 9 options.
5.2.3 Image
Watermark URL. Provide the absolute URL of the image which will be used for the watermark.
Watermark image size. Define the size (in percentage for the responsive look) of the image used for the watermark.
Watermark position. Choose the positioning of the watermark from the available 9 options.

5.3. Advertisement. You can use this option to add advertisement over the gallery or album images.
5.3.1 Advertisement Type. Choose what kind of advertisement you want to use from the provided 2 options (text, image) or not to use ads in your galleries and albums.
5.3.2 Text
Advertisement text. Provide the text which will be displayed over the gallery/album images.
Advertisement link. Provide the link, which will open in a new window, when the user clicks on advertisement text.
Advertisement font size. Specify the font size of the advertisement text.
Advertisement font style. Specify the font family for the text used with the advertisement.
Advertisement color. Select the font color which will be used with the advertisements.
Advertisement opacity. Define the level of opacity for the advertisement, providing its percentage.
Advertisement position. Choose the positioning of the advertisement from the available 9 options.
5.3.3 Image
Advertisement URL. Provide the absolute URL of the image which will be used for the advertisement.
Advertisement link. Provide the link, which will open in a new window, when the user clicks on the advertisement image.
Advertisement dimensions. Define the dimensions of the image used for the advertisement.
Advertisement opacity. Define the level of opacity for the advertisement, providing its percentage.
Advertisement position. Choose the positioning of the advertisement from the available 9 options.

5.4 Lightbox
5.4.1 Ligthbox dimensions. Define the width and height of the lightbox which will be displayed with some of the gallery and album views.
5.4.2 Lightbox effect. Select the effect which will be applied to the slideshow of gallry images in the lightbox.
5.4.3 Interval. Provide the time interval between the display of slideshow images in seconds.
5.4.4 Enable filmstrip. Choose whether to include the filmstrip of gallery or album images in the lightbox or not.
5.4.5 Filmstrip height. Define the height of the filmstrip in pixels.
5.4.6 Enable control buttons. Choose whether to display control buttons in the lightbox or not.
5.4.7 Enable fullscreen. Choose whether to have a possibility of entering Fullscreen from the lightbox or not. 5.4.8 Enable info. Choose whether to have possibility of displaying gallery image information (Title and description) in this view or not. 5.4.9 Display info by default. Choose whether to display gallery image title by default when opening the lightbox or not. The image can be hidden hitting info button. 5.4.10 Enable rating. Choose whether to display rating possibility for the gallery images or not.
5.4.11 Enable comments. Choose whether to display comments with the gallery images or not.
5.4.12 Enable Captcha for comments. Choose whether to have Captcha field for the possibility of adding comments as a human verification or not.
5.4.13 Enable original image display button. Choose whether to allow displaying original images upon clicking the button or not.
5.4.14 Enable image download. Choose whether to allow downloading the gallery images or not.
5.4.15 Enable Facebook button. Choose whether to display Facebook share button with the gallery images or not.
5.4.16 Enable Twitter button. Choose whether to display twit button with the gallery images or not.
5.4.17 Enable Google+ button. Choose whether to display Google+ share button with the gallery images or not. 5.4.18 Enable Pinterest button. Choose whether to display Pinterest pin button with the gallery images or not. 5.4.19 Enable Tumblr button. Choose whether to display Tumblr share button with the gallery images or not.

5.5 Album Options
5.5.1 Number of album columns. Provide the maximum number of columns to be displayed within a single album.
5.5.2 Albums per page. Provide the maximum number of albums available in a single page.
5.5.3 Enable pagination. Choose whether to provide pagination for the albums or not.
5.5.4 Show album title. Choose whether to display the album title or have it displayed only when hovered.
5.5.5 Enable extended album description. Choose whether to have extended album view option or not.
5.5.6 Album thumbnail dimensions. Define the width and height of the album thumbnails.
5.5.7 Extended album height. Define the height of the album in extended album view.

5.6 Slideshow
5.6.1 Slideshow effect. Select the slideshow effect to be applied to the galleries.
5.6.2 Interval. Provide the time interval between the slideshow images in seconds.
5.6.3 Slideshow dimensions. Define the width and height of the slideshow.
5.6.4 Enable autoplay. Choose either to have the slideshow auto played or allow the users to change the images with a click.
5.6.5 Enable shuffle. Choose whether to have the gallery images randomized in the slideshow or not.
5.6.6 Enable control buttons. Choose whether to display control buttons with image slideshow views or not.
5.6.7 Enable slideshow filmstrip. Choose whether to include the filmstrip of gallery images in the slideshow or not.
5.6.8 Slideshow filmstrip height. Define the height for the filmstrip for the slideshow.
5.6.9 Enable image title. Choose whether to display the titles for the slideshow images or not.
5.6.10 Title position. Select the positioning for the image title from the provided options.
5.6.11 Enable image description. Choose whether to have an image description or not.
5.6.12 Description position. Select the positioning for the image description from the provided options.
5.6.13 Enable slideshow music. Choose whether to have an audio track for the slideshow view or not.
5.6.14 Music URL. Provide the URL of the track which will be played alongside the slideshow.

5.7 Thumbnail Options
5.7.1 Number of image columns. Provide the maximum number of gallery image columns to be displayed with Thumbnails view.
5.7.2 Images per page. Provide the maximum number of gallery images to be displayed in a single page.
5.7.3 Show image title. Choose whether to always display the image title, have it displayed only when hovered or never display it.
5.7.4 Generated thumbnail dimensions. Provide the dimensions of the thumbnail image which will be generated from the original image.
5.7.5 Frontend thumbnail dimensions. Provide the dimensions of the image, which will be displayed in the front end as a thumbnail. This should be smaller than the generated thumbnail to keep the quality of the image.
5.7.6 Thumbnail dimensions. Specify the width and height of the gallery image thumbnails.
5.7.7 Enable image pagination. Choose whether to have image pagination or not.

5.8 Image Options
5.7.1 Enable image title for Image Browser view. Choose whether to display gallery image titles for the Image Browser view or not.
5.8.2 Enable image description for Image Browser view. Choose whether to have gallery image descriptions for the Image Browser view or not.
5.8.3 Image width. Define the gallery image width for the Image Browser view option.
5.8.4 Enable image title for Blog Style view. Choose whether to have gallery image titles in Blog Style view or not.
5.8.5 Image width for Blog Style view. Define the galllery image width for the Blog Style view.
5.8.6 Images per page in Blog Style view. Specify the number of gallery images to be displayed in a single page for the Blog Style view.
5.8.7 Enable Pagination for Blog Style view. Choose whether to have pagination for the Blog Style view or not.

Step 6: Creating/Editing Themes for different views of the Photo Gallery.

Use one of the default Photo Gallery themes or click Add new button to create a new theme.
6.1 Thumbnails.
6.1.1 Name. Provide a name for the theme.
6.1.2 Margin. Define the space around the thumbnail in pixels.
6.1.3 Padding. Define the padding of the thumbnail.
6.1.4 Border width. Outline the border width of the thumbnail.
6.1.5 Border style. Choose the style to be applied to the border of the thumbnails.
6.1.6 Border color. Select the border color for the thumbnails.
6.1.7 Border radius. Define the border radius in CSS type values.
6.1.8 Shadow. Change the shadow of the image using CSS type values.
6.1.9 Thumbnail background color. Choose the background color for the thumbnails.
6.1.10 Thumbnail transparency. Specify the level of the transparency you want to apply to the thumbnails.
6.1.11 Full background color. Choose the background color for the overall thumbnail view box.
6.1.12 Full background transparency. Specify the level of the transparency you want to apply to the overall thumbnail view box.
6.1.13 Alignment. Select the alignment of the thumbnail box. 6.1.14 Title position. Choose the position for the gallery title. 6.1.15 Title font size. Define the font size for the gallery image title.
6.1.16 Title font color. Choose the gallery image title font color.
6.1.17 Title font family. Choose the font family for the gallery image title. 6.1.18 Title font weight. Choose the font weight for the gallery image title.
6.1.19 Title box shadow. Using CSS type values set the box shadow for the gallery image title.
6.1.20 Title margin. Set the gallery image title margin using CSS type values.

6.2 Masonry
6.2.1 Name. Provide a name for the theme.
6.2.2 Padding. Define the padding of the individual gallery images.
6.2.3 Border width. Define the border with for the individual gallery images.
6.2.4 Border style. Select the style of the border from the provided options.
6.2.5 Border color. Select the border color for the border.
6.2.6 Border radius. Define the border radius for the individual gallery images using CSS type values.
6.2.7 Transparency. Specify the level of transparency for the individual gallery images.
6.2.8 Background color. Select a background color for the overall masonry box.
6.2.9 Background transparency. Specify the background transparency level.
6.2.10 Alignment. Choose the alignment of the masonry box in the page/post.
6.2.11 Hover effect. Select the effect of the individual gallery images when hovered or chose to have none.
6.2.12 Hover effect value. Specify the value of the chosen hover effect using CSS type values.
6.2.13 Transition. Choose whether to have a transition with hover effects or not.

6.3 Slideshow
6.3.1 Name. Provide a name for the theme.
6.3.2 Background color. Set the background color for the slideshow view.
6.3.3 Right, left buttons size. Determine the size for the Right and Left buttons.
6.3.4 Play, pause buttons size. Determine the size for Play and Pause buttons.
6.3.5 Buttons color. Pick the button color for the slideshow view.
6.3.6 Buttons transparency. Specify the level of transparency for the buttons.
6.3.7 Buttons hover color. Set the color for the buttons when hovered.
6.3.8 Right, left buttons width. Define the width for the Right and Left buttons.
6.3.9 Right, left buttons height. Define the height for the Right and Left buttons.
6.3.10 Right, left buttons background color. Choose the background color for the Right and Left buttons.
6.3.11 Right, left buttons border width. Set the border width for Right and Left buttons.
6.3.12 Right, left buttons border style. Select the border style for Right and Left buttons.
6.3.13 Right, left buttons border color. Pick the Right and Left button border color.
6.3.14 Right, left buttons border radius. Define the Right and Left button border radius.
6.3.15 Right, left buttons style. Choose a style to be applied to Right and Left buttons.
6.3.16 Right, left buttons box shadow. Determine the shadow level for the Right and Left buttons.
6.3.17 Filmstrip position. Specify the filmstrip position for the slideshow view.
6.3.18 Filmstrip margin. Set the margin for the filmstrip using CSS type values.
6.3.19 Filmstrip border width. Set the border width for the slideshow.
6.3.20 Filmstrip border style. Specify the border style for the filmstrip.
6.3.21 Filmstrip border color. Choose the border color for the filmstrip.
6.3.22 Filmstrip border radius . Define the border radius for the filmstrip.
6.3.23 Filmstrip active border width. Set the border width of the filmstrip item, which is currently displayed.
6.3.24 Filmstrip active border color. Select the border color of the filmstrip item, which is currently displayed.
6.3.25 Filmstrip deactive transparency. Specify the transparency level of the deactived filmstrip.
6.3.26 Filmstrip right, left buttons background color. Choose the background color for the Right and Left buttons used with the filmstrip.
6.3.27 Filmstrip right, left buttons color. Choose the button color for the Right and Left buttons used with the filmstrip.
6.3.28 Filmstrip right, left buttons size. Determine the button size for the Right and Left buttons used with the filmstrip.
6.3.29 Title background color. Set the background color for the slideshow image title.
6.3.30 Title transparency. Set the level of transparency for the slideshow image title. 6.3.31 Title border radius. Define the border radius for the slideshow image title.
6.3.32 Title padding. Set the slideshow image title padding using CSS type values.
6.3.33 Title font size. Define the font size for the slideshow image title.
6.3.34 Title color. Set the slideshow image title color.
6.3.35 Title font family. Determine the font family for the slideshow image title.
6.3.36 Description background color. Choose the background color for the slideshow image description.
6.3.37 Description transparency. Select the level of transparency for the slideshow image description.
6.3.38 Description border radius. Set the border radius for the slideshow image description.
6.3.39 Description padding. Set the padding for the slideshow image description.
6.3.40 Description font size. Define the font size for the slideshow image description.
6.3.41 Description color. Choose the color for the slideshow image description.
6.3.42 Description font family. Choose the font family for the slideshow image description.
6.3.43 Slider bullet width. Set the slider bullet width for the slideshow.
6.3.44 Slider bullet height. Set the slider bullet height for the slideshow.
6.3.45 Slider bullet border radius. Set the border radius for the slider bullet using CSS type values.
6.3.46 Slider bullet background color. Choose the background color for the slider bullet.
6.3.47 Slider bullet margin. Set the slider bullet margin using CSS type values.
6.3.48 Slider bullet active background color. Select the background color for the active slider bullet.
6.3.49 Slider bullet active border width. Set the border width for the active slider bullet.
6.3.50 Slider bullet active border color. Choose the border color for the active slider bullet.

6.4 Image Browser
6.4.1 Name. Provide a name for the theme.
6.4.2 Full padding. Using CSS type values set padding for the overall image browser box.
6.4.3 Full background color. Select the overall background color for the image browser view.
6.4.4 Full background transparency. Determine the level of background transparency for the overall image browser box.
6.4.5 Full border radius. Define the border radius of the overall image browse box using CSS type values.
6.4.6 Full border width. Set the overall border width in pixels.
6.4.7 Full border style. Choose the overall border style.
6.4.8 Full border color. Choose the overall border color.
6.4.9 Alignment. Determine the alignment of the image browser box in the page/post.
6.4.10 Margin. Set overall margins of the image browser box using CSS type values.
6.4.11 Padding. Set overall padding for the image browser box using CSS type values.
6.4.12 Border width. Define the border with for the images.
6.4.13 Border style. Select the border style for the images.
6.4.14 Border color. Choose the border color for the images.
6.4.15 Border radius. Define the border radius for the images.
6.4.16 Background color. Select the background color for the image browser box.
6.4.17 Background transparency. Specify the transparency level of the overall background.
6.4.18 Box shadow. Set the shadow values for the image browser box.
6.4.19 Title alignment. Define the alignment for the gallery image titles.
6.4.20 Font size. Set the font size for the text elements of the gallery images, e.g. title and description.
6.4.21 Font color. Choose the font color for the text elements of the images, e.g. title and description.
6.4.22 Font family. Choose the font family to be used for the image text elements, e.g. title and description.
6.4.23 Description margin. Using CSS type values set gallery image description padding.
6.4.24 Description padding. Using CSS type values set gallery image description padding.
6.4.25 Description border width. Define the border width for the gallery image descriptions.
6.4.26 Description border style. Select the border style for the gallery image description in image browser view.
6.4.27 Description border color. Choose the border color for the gallery image description in image browser view.
6.4.28 Description border radius. Define the border radius for the gallery image description in image browser view.
6.4.29 Description background color. Select the background color for the galleryimage description in the image browser view.

6.5 Compact Album
6.5.1 Name. Provide a name for the theme.
6.5.2 Padding. Define the padding for the compact album preview image.
6.5.3 Margin. Define the margin for the album preview image.
6.5.4 Border width. Set the border width for the album preview image.
6.5.5 Border style. Set the border style for the album preview image.
6.5.6 Border color. Select the color for the border.
6.5.7 Border radius. Using CSS type values define the border radius of the preview image.
6.5.8 Shadow. Set a preview image shadow using CSS type values.
6.5.9 Hover effect. Choose an effect to be applied to the preview image when hovered or avoid having one.
6.5.10 Hover effect value. Set the CSS type value for the chosen hover effect.
6.5.11 Thumbnail transition. Choose whether to have a transition for the thumbnail or not.
6.5.12 Thumbnail background color. Select a background color the preview thumbnail image.
6.5.13 Thumbnail transparency. Select the level of transparency for the preview thumbnail image.
6.5.14 Full background color. Select a background color the overall compact album view.
6.5.15 Full background transparency. Select the level of transparency for the background color the overall compact album view.
6.5.16 Alignment. Define the alignment of the compact album in the page or post.
6.5.17 Title font size. Define the font size for the album title.
6.5.18 Title font color. Choose the album title font color.
6.5.19 Title font family. Choose the font family for the album title.
6.5.20 Title font weight. Choose the font weight for the album title.
6.5.21 Title box shadow. Using CSS type values set the box shadow for the album title.
6.5.22 Title margin. Set the compact album title margin using CSS type values.
6.5.23 Font size. Define the font size for the additional texts (e.g. album is empty) and Back button label.
6.5.24 Font color. Choose the font color for the additional texts (e.g. album is empty) and Back button label.
6.5.25 Font family. Select the font family for the additional texts (e.g. album is empty) and Back button label.
6.5.26 Font weight. Choose the font weight for the additional texts (e.g. album is empty) and Back button label.
6.5.27 Back padding. Set padding for the Back button.

6.6 Extended Album
6.6.1 Name. Provide a name for the theme.
6.6.2 Thumbnail margin. Set the extended album thumbnail margin using CSS type values.
6.6.3 Thumbnail padding. Set the extended album thumbnail padding using CSS type values.
6.6.4 Thumbnail border width. Define the border width for the album preview image.
6.6.5 Thumbnail border style. Define the border style for the album preview image.
6.6.6 Thumbnail border color. Choose the border color for the album preview image.
6.6.7 Thumbnail border radius. Define the border radius for the album thumbnail.
6.6.8 Thumbnail box shadow. Specify the shadow for the preview thumbnail using CSS type values.
6.6.9 Thumbnail transition. Choose whether to have a transition for the preview thumbnail or not.
6.6.10 Thumbnail alignment. Specify the positioning of the album thumbnail in the page or post.
6.6.11 Thumbnail transparent. Choose the transparency level for the thumbnail.
6.6.12 Thumbnail hover effect. Choose the effect to be applied to the image when hovered or choose to have none.
6.6.13 Hover effect v

Requires: 3.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 2 days ago
Active Installs: 300,000+

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100,1,1