Fotorama is a simple, stunning, powerful jQuery gallery.
- All Browsers. From IE 7 to Safari on iOS. Including Android and Windows Phone.
- Neat and transparent. Looks great by default, even better with your settings.
- Compact in-page and epic fullscreen mode.
- Touch gestures. Fine response to drag and swipe.
- Seamless responsive.
- Fast CSS3 transitions.
- Save Bandwidth. Fotorama lazy loads only one image ahead.
- Let Fotorama play photos automatically. The show will stop on touch.
- Thumbnails, shuffle, keyboard navigations, loop, and more…
Licensed under the MIT.
- Install Fotorama either via the WordPress.org plugin directory, or by uploading the files to your server.
- After activating Fotorama your galleries turn into fotoramas.
- Say Hi to Fotorama!
Control a single fotorama using standard gallery shortcode:
Shortcode will take the following core attributes:
Disable fotorama and use standard gallery with
Fotorama’s default settings are good, so there’s no need to mess with them. Still, you can fine-tune. Add any attributes that are listed in the original documentation, but without
Change navigation style from iPhone-style dots to thumbnails by adding
Allow fotorama to enter fullscreen using
There are 4 ways to fit an image into a fotorama:
none. Choose one:
Define which transition to use —
crossfade — using
hash="true" lets the page change its URL upon switching images. To send a link to a specific photo to a friend
Better be used with only one fotorama per page.
Loop the last and the first frame for seamless transition using
Let Fotorama play photos automatically using
autoplay="true". By default, a pause between images is 5 seconds. Set any interval in milliseconds, for example, 3 seconds:
The show stops on touch. Change this with
Shuffle frames by adding
Turn on keyboard navigation with the arrows by adding
Works only for the first fotorama on page.
Control the way your users interact with the fotorama with three attributes
To move dots or thumbs on top, use
Hide navigation with