So you want to spice up your posts with Flickr, Picasa, or iPhoto, images from your computer? You can just insert one or two using the Upload/Insert button on the post editor. But what if you want to have a dozen photos, or have your readers see them as a slide show?
Here are several ways to do it:
- PicasaExpress 2 + Lightbox Plus
- Flickr + Highslide — didn’t work for me. The plugin shows gallery, but would not load every image either when clicking or in slideshow mode — NOT recommended.
(note: I’ve noticed that Embedly doesn’t like the source URLs being enclosed in html tags, even “p” tags, so just paste those URLs in HTML view when editing your WordPress post, and don’t try to format the URL. If you see the URL and not the image, check your HTML-view.)
Picasa images with Embedly
Picasa single image using Embedly
Picasa album using Embedly
Flicker images with Embedly
hover your cursor near the top of the image to see the slide show controls
and near the bottom to see the gallery strip
The Picasa Express2 plugin let’s you add a photo or gallery/album from the Upload/Insert buttons in WordPress edit view. The slideshow function is currently being supplied by another plugnin, Lighbox Plus. PicasaExpress2 also works with the JQurey Lightbox plugin for slideshows as well. I used Lightbox Plus because it was easier to configure and offered more configuration options.
click a thumbnail below to see a larger image or a slideshow
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To use you create a gallery on the Cincopa website, ether reusing existing photos already uploaded to you account, or upload new ones. You set the style/format for the new gallery then Cincopa generates a WordPress shortcode [bracket]cincopa + your gallery code[bracket] you use in you post or in the Cincopa widget.