If you’re looking to use your WordPress website for client proofing, then this article is a great starting point. I had to come up with a solution pretty quick because the service I was using to host my proofing galleries for clients, decided to double their prices. For my purposes, the price didn’t warrant the service, so I canceled my plan. The steps I took to create a self-hosted client proofing solution are similar to what I will be listing below. However, being that I am fairly handy with coding, I used fewer plugins and implemented manual PHP code.
Hey guys! It’s Friday! I hope you all had a great week. I’m definitely looking forward to the weekend. How about you? I have a bunch of new plugins to share with you on today’s roundup. Check them out after the jump!
It was not until I became more familiar with WordPress and its flexibility did I realize how much dimensions matter. There are thousands, if not millions, of WordPress users that have the most popular WordPress gallery plugin installed. Countless users have posted in the forum that they are not happy with the look of their thumbnail galleries. In the end, though, it comes down to styling. By default, NextGEN Gallery creates 100×75 pixel thumbnails. While that is good for some, it’s boring to others. More specifically, creatives like photographers and graphic designers.