A client asked how to insert comparison tables into a post. Data Tables Plugin Example: [supsystic-tables id=”1″]
So sad to hear one of my favorite plugins is being discontinued! NRelate says farewell. Jetpack did introduce one recently, but it only pulls from your own site. I liked NRelate because I could choose other sites to include at the bottom of each post. Testing out Zemanta’s plugin here to see how it works.… Continue reading Related Posts Plugin
In the search for an easy to use plugin to create a slider with images and text, I came across Huge IT Plenty of options to customize. This also allows you to pull images from your Media Library. Content Slider [huge_it_gallery id=”2″] Slider Wish the text would format in paragraphs like this: A great big pipe… Continue reading More Image and Text options
How do I add text to a Media Gallery? Recently a client asked me how to add text to images in a slideshow on WordPress. This is an example of a slideshow using the gallery from Jetpack. Hover over the bottom of the pic to see the caption. But what if you want the text… Continue reading Adding Text to Images
This plugin allows readers to leave product reviews on a post or page. Rich Reviews Here is an example: [RICH_REVIEWS_SHOW category=”page”] [RICH_REVIEWS_FORM category=”foo”]
I had a site owner ask if it was possible for commenters on his blog to add a photo to their comment. I found this plugin, Comment Images and it worked perfectly! You have the option in each post to disable/enable comment images.
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Many agree that photo management in WordPress can be “clunky” at best. If you are loading your images at the same time you are writing a blog post or creating a page, Media Manager is fairly simple. But if you want to try and organize your photos because you may want to reuse them later,… Continue reading Next Gen vs WP Media Manager
The latest WordPress update included a new feature in Jetpack called Carousel. This is supposed to: With Carousel active, any standard WordPress galleries you have embedded in posts or pages will launch a gorgeous full-screen photo browsing experience with comments and EXIF metadata. Here is a test of it. Checked Media File