Upcoming Piwigo 2.7, we want you for beta-testing! Piwigo 2.7 has been released but it doesn't mean all plugins and themes are already compatible with this new version. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.
About: 'Crypto Captcha' (formerly 'CryptograPHP') limits spam in your gallery by adding a captcha in forms for registering, commenting and from the 'ContactForm' plugin. It works like P@t's plugin 'Captcha' except that it uses
Add Responsive design - Add new configuration options - Add support for PWG2.7 - Improve photo edit page - Improve sync page - Update translation, thanks to the contributors - Update VideoJS player to version 4.9.0
Piwigo.com gets its own blog. Another step for Piwigo.com with a dedicated blog. Because I really appreciate the user experience on WordPress.com I've decided to use a self-hosted WordPress. Piwigo.com gets its own blog, powered by WordPress Subscribe to comments with RSS. For example merging users from piwigo to wordpress and vice versa, to add full galleries to a post in wordpress and to enable the lightbox scriptsin wordpress of a piwigo gallery etc.
piwigo logo. Piwigo offers a wide set of features for any photo gallery. 1. Upload your photos : You can add photos with the web form, any FTP client or a desktop application like digiKam, Shotwell, Lightroom, iPhoto, Aperture. Change appearance with themes. Add features with plugins. Extensions require just a few clicks to get installed. 350 extensions available, and growing! 7. A Great Place For Your Visitors : Your visitors can post comments, give ratings, mark
Do you prefer an automatic slideshow on your home page? Create an album, add your photos for the slideshow (max 10 or the page will be slow to load). The edit your album to get its numeric identifier. In your page content,
/piwigo/index.php$1 last; # The following is needed for batch operations which use i.php rewrite ^/piwigo/i((/|$). Lastly, add the relevant information to the Piwigo configuration (LocalFiles editor): in piwigo.org wiki, I will certainly quote you :-). — Pierrick, Piwigo founder. Luca Beltrame says: April 29, 2014 at 13:59. Thanks! I'll edit the post to clarify that I took inspiration from this forum topic in the Piwigo forums. Comments are closed. Proudly powered by WordPress.
Lately, I keep seeing: “Powered by Piwigo(add a comment)”, “Powered by Icybook”, “Powered by Nuke Guestbook”, “Powered by Ricargbook”, and, “Powered by Guestwho” popping up everywhere. They're meant to sound
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