Image Widget
Need Multiple Images (14 posts)

  1. dani@theadventurebite.com
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi All,

    So basically what I need is this same plugin but I need to be able to enter multiple photos in the same widget to make like 4 or 5 images side by side. I am going to play with the code and see if I can get it to work but if someone knows off hand what areas I need to copy and paste again and again that would be great.




  2. dani@theadventurebite.com
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Looks like it's not nearly as simple as I had hoped. Can anyone help on this or suggest a gallery widget that works the same as this one?

    I need all the functionality that this one has (taking images from media folder, linking out to an external URL, etc) I just need more images side by side or in a grid format.


  3. stargraphicdesign
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I need the same thing!! If anyone knows how I need to know asap.

  4. photoMaldives
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Did anyone find a plugin/widget that does this ?

    Total Slider can do it - it has a great admin panel and smooth transitions, but unfortunately it clashed with my main homepage image slider - give it a try here -

    Anyone know of any others ?

  5. dani@theadventurebite.com
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I don't think you are talking about the same thing. I was talking about an actual grid setup not a slider. If you are looking for a slider that will do that the original Slidedeck is what I use on my home page and you can link out to whatever you want quite easily.

  6. photoMaldives
    Posted 3 years ago #

    whoops - sorry, dani - crossed wires !

  7. bolaokuneye
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Guys,
    Can anyone help me please.I basically want to upload multiple images on my blog but I don't like the slide version(gallery) as it doesn't work for me being a photographer.

    Can anyone help me please I'm pulling hair out...

  8. photoMaldives
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi bolaokuneye - I'll try to help - but what is the issue ?

    If you want to upload & manage lots of images then nextGen is the best (and then you can add an extra lightbox or slideshow plugin on top if you wish).

    NextGEN - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nextgen-gallery/

  9. bolaokuneye
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Photo maldives. Thanks for your feedback. Although I find it helpful, it's not what I need. Have a look at this blog scroll down and please let me know what plug-in I'll need to make the photos come out in a vertical roll out like so. http://Www.dotunsblog.com.

  10. photoMaldives
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I think I see what you mean - you want a big vertical list of all your images, running down the length of the page ?

    The site you linked to uses this -

    But I think basically all you need is a theme that can do full width posts, embed your image into each post, set the home page to display full posts rather than excerpts.

    Does that make sense ?

  11. bolaokuneye
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks so much photo Maldives. I've looked at few more themes but I like the one I've installed because Its got a slide on the home page which I find very engaging and nice. http://Www.bolaokuneye.com. My question now is how can I incorporate a new theme for my blog use only , so I can upload multiple pictures like I'd love to? I've got the nextgen optimum plug-in which I use with my gallery but it still doesn't do what I want.

  12. photoMaldives
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi bolaokuneye

    I see you are using a well-developed & feature-rich premium theme that comes with support - try asking your question here :

    and here -

    The demo page for your theme shows pretty much what you want, I think -
    So it certainly should be possible.

    All themes are different, but it could be an easy fix - try his - ensure each of your posts has a FEATURED IMAGE set, and then set the number of posts in the WP Amin - Settings - Reading - "Blog pages show at most".

    Good luck. :) And great site you have, btw.

  13. bolaokuneye
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Many thanks photoMaldives. Sorry I've been a little busy hence why I didn't reply you. I try your tips and get back to you.
    Many thanks for all your help.Have a splendid festive period.


  14. bolaokuneye
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Happy new year photoMaldives.

    Still on my same old boring questions mate...Primetheme seems hard to get information from which is why I've come back whilst I'm waiting for a response from them.

    I downloaded nextgen plug-in as well as the optimizer but it still isn't displaying the images in the size I want. What I got was a grid of images with each image about 2 inches in size.

    I know there's something I need to do but I just can't work it out.

    Hopefully I'll crack this in no time..

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