How could one create a gallery page like this with WordPress

by SJstar
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Infographics from KISSmetrics - Marketing Resources for SaaS & eCommerce I love how the infographics on that page are arranged sort of like a gallery, but when you click one, it has it's on individual page. Could something like this be achieved on WordPress?
#create #gallery #page #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author Mr Bill
    Simple image link coding would be the the fastest way. Arrange the images manually so they look pleasing to your eye, make them linkable and point the links to the new page. Let me know if you want the code for how to link an image to a page.

    Or, you could use a standard wordpress gallery and go into each image's link line (in the media gallery) and add the link to the page in the section that asks if you want the image to link to anything.

    As for the shadow and slight loss of brightness when hovering I used a plug in that has that sort of effect (shadows and movement when hovered) called WordPress Photo Gallery Plugin. It'll provide the hover effect you want but if that's not important to you then I'd just add the shadows in photoshop, display them on the page and link each image to it's own page.
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    • Profile picture of the author SJstar
      Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post

      Simple image link coding would be the the fastest way. Arrange the images manually so they look pleasing to your eye, make them linkable and point the links to the new page. Let me know if you want the code for how to link an image to a page.

      Or, you could use a standard wordpress gallery and go into each image's link line (in the media gallery) and add the link to the page in the section that asks if you want the image to link to anything.

      As for the shadow and slight loss of brightness when hovering I used a plug in that has that sort of effect (shadows and movement when hovered) called WordPress Photo Gallery Plugin. It'll provide the hover effect you want but if that's not important to you then I'd just add the shadows in photoshop, display them on the page and link each image to it's own page.
      Thank you so much Bill for your reply.

      Yes, I'd like the code for linking an image to a page, please. I'll also check out the plug-in you mentioned and play around with it for a bit.

      Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author TerriL
    I've been trying to figure out which "Hover Plugin" - TemplateMonster.com is using, it "pops" the thumbnail into a larger view... it's awesome!
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