Media-Gallery – Touch-Enabled jQuery Image Gallery Web-App Free Download
The largest and most complex photo/video gallery-wall all in one web-app, powered by jQuery that allows you to show your images easily online, without complex databases or coding. Scroll your galleries vertically and horizontally in the whole media-wall. Integrated CMS allows to have an up-and-running gallery in a few seconds, including multiply images uploader. Embed the whole gallery-wall or just a single gallery via jQuery-Plugin (incl. large shortcode generator) and customize it with over 40 parameters. Single galleries can be saved with a password. Images or Videos can be shared on social networks or downloaded. The full responsive media gallery is also optimized for mobile devices with touch. Drag, scale and rotate your images.
Media Gallery adds beautiful and responsive Design capability to your HTML and WordPress-powered website. Media Gallery automatically resize correctly on all screen resolutions.
Each window has social sharing icons which allows your visitors to easily share them across the social networks. Deep-Linking is also baked in, which means each window gets it’s own unique URL. When that special link is visited, Media Gallery Lightbox automatically opens that specific window! Supports Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest.
Not only does it resize to fit perfectly on mobile devices, but mobile users can also use drag, scale, rotate and tap gestures to navigate through the media galleries.
CMS (CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM)
Change over 40 parameter settings comfortable directly in CMS. Create a new gallery with just a few clicks in secounds. Upload your images directly over CMS and use the integrated resize technology. Preview images and delete images. See statistics from your gallery. Generate your jQuery code and copy this on your site.
ALL THE LATEST GOODNESS
- PASSWORD: Single galleries can be saved with a password.
- INTERNAL LIKE TECHNOLOGY: visitors can like a image
- INTERNAL FAVORITE TECHNOLOGY: visitors can set a count of favorite
- INTERNAL RATING TECHNOLOGY: visitors can rating a image
- MULTIPLE GALLERIES: Multiple galleries in the same view. Scrolling vertical all galleries. Scrolling hotizontal inside a gallery.
- RESPONSIVE AND TOUCH-FRIENDLY: The most trending topics in web design and they are here. Images fit to any screen size and are swipe-able (native behavior) on touch capable devices.
- LIGHTBOX VIEW: Images can be viewed in a lightbox. Supported touch for drag, scale, rotate, tap.
- DEEPLINK: you can share your image with friends and acquaintances. Just copy the permalink for a gallery or an image, and email it to them!
- AUTOMATIC THUMBNAILS: you don’t have to worry anymore about creating your images’ thumbnails.
- OVER 40 PARAMETERS: unlimited adjustment possibilities for good integration
- LAYZY LOAD: Lazy load images to improve page load times and server bandwidth. Images are loaded only when visible to the user.
- EXIF INFORMATION: Reading: Image-Description, CameraModel, ISOSpeedRatings, FocalLength, ExposureTime, FNumber, ExposureBiasValue
- HMTL5 VIDEO SUPPORT: file support: mp4, webm, ogg/ogv
- CMS: Content Management System incl. file-uploader and Code generator.
-bugfix: loading speed if you activate thumbnails in web-app settings (if is disabled, the site will loading original images)
– complete recoded and redesigned CMS for more stability
– add: download link from a image can now set individual
– many bugfixes
– changed deeplink technology to mobile friendly
– changed jquery plugin technology for more security
– add: vertical scrolling on single gallery
– add: like technology
– add: favorite technology
– add: rating technology
– fixed: special chars on exif data
– exif-technology is now optional via settings for faster loading
– removed shared per E-Mail technology
– removed top menu for more performance
– add: adjustable sort/order galleries and items on title or date
– fix: keybooard control on firefox
– add: change online filename and exif Title/Description
– fix: subfolder for webapp
– fix: topmenu script bug