NextGEN Imagebrowser Gallery is a slideshow gallery with forward and back navigation below. See example below:
Add Gallery Window.
OPTION 1: NEW GUTENBERG EDITOR
Follow the steps below to access our Add Gallery Window. Or if you prefer to continue using the Classic Editor, follow the instructions below the video below:
The [Gutenberg editor] Add Gallery Window is accessed by hovering over the (+) symbol and select the NextGEN Gallery 'Add Gallery' icon to the right as shown in this screenshot below.
Or click on the (+) symbol and select the NextGEN Gallery block under 'Common Blocks' as shown in this screenshot below (or searching for 'NextGEN Gallery' above the list):
OPTION 2: ADD GALLERY USING THE CLASSIC EDITOR
As of WordPress v5.0 you will need to install the Classic Editor plugin if you would rather continue editing your posts and pages the way you have been used to, following the instructions below.
The [classic editor] Add Gallery Window is accessed by clicking on the NextGEN Gallery 'Add Gallery' button (next to 'Add Media'), above the text edit toolbar on your page or post:
Not only do you have that convenience, but you also have the option to add custom settings on a per gallery basis.
The basic imagebrowser has 2 template views you can choose from: default-view.php and Legacy.
*please note - Legacy (Old) Templates is a setting that will be deprecated. We are moving away from these legacy templates and can't guarantee they will always work.
- If you have NextGEN Pro or NextGEN Plus installed, and you have the Pro Lightbox Effect enabled, you may choose to display the trigger icons that launch the Pro Lightbox to view your gallery im
To learn how to create and upload images to your gallery [click here]
To learn how to add a gallery to your page or post [click here]