Slideshow Gallery plugin v1.2.2
Our amazingly popular and FREE WordPress Slideshow Gallery plugin has been updated to v1.2.2. It was a major release with many new features and enhancements.
Please see the detailed list of changes in the WordPress.org plugin directory on it’s change log. And then let’s go through some of the feature highlights here:
New Feature Highlights
Here are some of the new feature highlights in the WordPress Slideshow Gallery plugin. Not all the new features are mentioned here as there are too many but be sure to try out the plugin.
Shortcode TinyMCE Dialog
The new, improved TinyMCE dialog provides you with more options when inserting a shortcode into a post/page for a slideshow gallery. Try it out!
Shortcode & Hardcode Parameters
A long list of parameters are available which allow you to customize each and every shortcode/hardcode individually according to your needs. If a parameter is not specified, the default or the setting will be used instead. See the documentation for parameters.
You can now create multiple and unlimited galleries into which slides can be organized. It helps you to manage slides more easily, upload slides for specific purposes/topics and then easily embed a set of slides by gallery accordingly.
TimThumb Image Cropping
The power of TimThumb image cropping/resizing has been integrated to resize both large and thumbnail images in your slideshows to ensure that they load fast for your users at the needed dimensions. You can turn this resizing On/Off with the resizeimages parameter or in the settings.
Easy to Use Hardcode
The new hardcoding PHP code makes it quick and easy to hardcode a slideshow gallery into any part of your WordPress website, even inside your theme’s files. No need to initialize a class object anymore, just execute the
slideshow() function and you’re done.
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