To enhance the functionality of photography websites that integrate PhotoShelter’s image archiving and e-commerce capabilities with WordPress’s publishing platform, a number of widgets have been developed by Johan Peijnenburg. These widgets can be downloaded using the links below.
Developing and maintaining these widgets takes time. So, if you like them and decide to use one of them, please consider donating a small amount to the NiO Foundation. Your donation will be used to support selected charities that focus on improving the health and general well-being of children as well as on conservation of nature. Providing a credit on your site with a link to this site is highly appreciated as well.
The widgets can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or any later version. The widget is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
The NiO PhotoShelter RSS Gallery Widget reads the general RSS feed of a PhotoShelter archive or PhotoShelter gallery, and creates a gallery of image thumbnails with or without captions. The lay-out of the gallery can be formatted in many ways. The resulting gallery with latest images, is always up to date and links back to the images at PhotoShelter. For a more detailed explanation and examples, please see the widget’s information page. The download contains all source code, various sample pages as well as installation documentation.
This add-on enables an opacity animation effect on hovering thumbnails created by the widget. For a more detailed explanation and examples, please see the add-on’s information page. The download contains all source code as well as installation documentation.
When you use a Graph Paper Press theme for WordPress’s publishing platform and combine this with PhotoShelter’s image archiving and e-commerce capabilities, you may have noticed that there is no combined search option. As a result, you’ll always end up with two search input fields, each with their own styling and buttons. This widget combines the two searches. For a more detailed explanation and examples, please see the widget’s information page. The download contains all source code, various sample pages as well as installation documentation.