Photograhpy Experiment: The Architecture of Conflict

Posted by on Dec 20, 2011

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Beside featured slider, we also have an awesome photo slider that automatically grabs all the uploaded photos of a post and displays them with a nice slider on single post page. We call that slider as inner page slider and it can be set enabled as site wide as well as for a specific (user defined) tag. Check this post to see a live demo of inner page slider in action.

You are not limited to inner page slider to display photos. There is another gallery display option where thumbnails of all uploaded photos appears anywhere within post (in our case it is below the post) and clicking on any of these thumbs redirects visitor to second gallery page.

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