Hi Hubbers, I figured some of you must have your very own blogs since you all enjoy writing so much as I do. I was wondering with wordpress Gallery. Right now I have one grouping called media Is there a way to create multiple groups within the gallery so I can split it up to have 5 images in one and 5 images in the other?
I literally use at least a dozen Wordpress "gallery" plug-ins.
Can you be much more detailed in what you are referring to? ARe you just using default WP gallery options?
Because, if i understand your question right, every single plug in ive ever seen has that option built in
you would get a unique code snippet for each "group" and you could arrange as you see fit within a post or page
Well right now I have light box installed which I finally figured out and got it working. Here is the page I am using it on...
The top part works with light box if you click on the image it opens bigger. Its done via a gallery input. But the only gallery group I have is called "Media" I am unable to right now anywhere create a new gallery name to split it up into groups as you see below where I do have it split up.
Ive tried a number of wordpress plugins and asked support as well still with no success.
nextgen will do what you want
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What would you be doing right now??
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