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AWSOM Pixgallery 4.7.0 Beta now available for download

I’ve posted a Beta version of AWSOM Pixgallery 4.7.0 up on the site for download, get it here.

While I hope to add a few new things, and tweak some other stuff, I wanted to have a version out there for people to test. Note that this version is marked as 4.6.10 in the plugin area so that the real update will flag as available.

One side note: the new “Advanced” debug mode is now in the plugin–this mode allows the admin to see debug info about their images and galleries, but also allows them to edit many elements of galleries and images directly from the thumbnail view, and submit one large mass edit. By default it’s set to Simple mode, so turn it on in the Pixgallery settings page to get the new functionality.

I’m very interested in feedback on things, so either comment here or hit me up on the contact form.

Pixgallery Folder icons and Click To Advance features now in demo mode at AWSOM.org

A small update to the demo of AWSOM Pixgallery 4.7.0 now running at AWSOM.org. I’ve added in the Gallery folder icon (an optional icon to be displayed next to sub galleries in the thumbnail view–with the ability to designate your own image to be used) and the “Click the Image to Advance to the Next Image” feature (so clicking a non-thumbnail version of an image advances to the next image in that gallery, and the last image in the gallery clicked then goes to the thumbnail view of that gallery) and they are now running live on the AWSOM Pixgallery product page.

So the 4.7.0 version is coming along nicely. I don’t have a release date set yet though, I need to determine if I can do a few other features in a reasonable time frame. I’ll post an update later this week as to when I expect a real release date.

AWSOM Pixgallery SEO features now in demo mode at AWSOM.org

The Newest features for AWOM Pixgallery are now viewable at AWSOM.org (look in the example galleries on the Pixgallery page). The SEO title and Keyword options are now up and running (look at the title area of your browser to see a “Viewing Image:” or “Viewing Gallery:”) A few of the images/galleries have keywords added, so they will populate for those when viewing their page.

The options for the title allow you to put the image/gallery title in front of or behind the WordPress page title, or entirely replace the page title. The pixgallery_lang.php file has entries to allow you to change the text that comes before and after images/gallery names. You can also select to either display only the name of what you are viewing, or have the entire breadcrumb path displayed.

I’m going to be adding a few other features for this release, so I’m not sure when it will be available for download–but I hope to get it out sooner than later.

Pixgallery 4.7.0 Upcoming Features

I just wanted to post that I’m working on version 4.7.0 of AWSOM Pixgallery, and give preview of some of it’s features. The biggest new feature will be the inclusion of Gallery RSS feeds. Each level of your gallery (i.e. each folder with images) will have it’s own RSS feed. You can set how many items will be in the feed (globally) as well as if the images will appear directly in the feed (for people who like Photo feeds), and if the RSS links directly to the image–or gets shown as a page in WordPress.

I’m also working to add some SEO friendly additions to the mix, such as adding the Image/Gallery you are viewing into the title of the WordPress page, as well as the tags into meta keywords. I’ve also fixed a few bugs, and am hoping to pop a few other features in as well.

AWSOM.org already has the RSS feed stuff running, so if you want a preview of things go to this page to see it in action.

AWSOM Pixgallery updated to 4.6.2

AWSOM Pixgallery has been updated and is now available for download from it’s product page, and will also soon be available from the WordPress auto-upgrade system. This version has a small bug fix for a possible Cross Site Scripting issue (thank you for the bug submission P. Thomas!). It is definitely suggested that all users upgrade to this version as soon as you are able.

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