The ZenfolioPress plugin for WordPress allows users to easily incorporate their
Zenfolio hosted photos, galleries and collection into their
- Add clear overlay gif to at least slow down efforts to right click and save your images.
- Insert a slideshow into a blog entry
- Strong call to action in a form of a “Buy Prints” or “Buy Products” button which will transition into the
- Extract the contents of the zip archive to the
install the plugin from your WordPress dashboard -> plugins -> add new menu
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins menu’ in WordPress
- Configure the plugin using the ZenfoliioPress settings page
Insert the code [ZFP_Photo id=’nnnn’] to display a photo from your Zenfolio account.
The photo id can be found at the end of the URL displayed in your web browser.
Displaying Galleries and Collections
Insert the code [ZFP_PhotoSet id=’nnnn’] to display a Zenfolio gallery or collection.
The id can be found at the end of the URL displayed in your web browser.
If you have a friendly URL for a gallery or collection you can find the id by going to the edit view.
- A question that someone might have
An answer to that question.
- What about foo bar?
Answer to foo bar dilemma.
Contributors & Developers
“ZenfolioPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Updated to supported changes in Zenfolio API and added square (cropped) thumbnails.
Updated to slimbox v2.05 for compatibility with WordPress 3.6.
Photo, as well as photoset, lightbox now uses the default image size. Changed the “rel” attribute so the ZenfolioPress
used of Slimbox does not conflict with the Slimbox plugin.
Fixed a bug that affected how titles and captions are set for photosets.
Quick CSS fix for themes that tie tr and td attributes to #content.
Fixed the space allocated for square thumbnails.
Added new configuration options for spacing around thumbnails and using captions rather than titles
for the lightbox.
Adjusted CSS to keep the background behind each thumbnail transparent.
Minor changes to selectors in the CSS file.
Integrated an optional lightbox presentation for photos, gallaries and collections. This presentation utilizes the
slimbox2 jquery plugin by Christophe Beyls.
Cleaned up the style sheet so inline styles aren’t required. This should make it easier for users who want to use
ZenfolioPress with their own styles. Continued testing with more themes to make sure there are no conflicts.
Added the ability to configure the link actions for photos and gallery thumbnails.
As expected, deployment from the WordPress plugin directory had some minor impacts. Upated the path to the CSS file,
but will look for a more dynamic way to get the path in the future.
Update to fix creating settings for new installs. You’ll need this to configure ZenfolioPress.
An alpha level release published for testing and getting input from potential users.