This plugin provides an automated way to convert any standard WordPress gallery that is embedded on a page using the
shortcode into a WunderSlider.
WunderSlider Gallery also supports NextGEN Gallery to embed any gallery as a WunderSlider using the [wunderslider_nggallery] shortcode or by enabling it as the default renderer for the [nggallery] shortcode.
The plugin requires the WunderSlider which is available freely for personal use and can be downloaded on the WunderSlider page.
A license is required to be purchased for commercial use, see the WunderSlider page for more details.
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Usage / Notes on settings
After you have followed the instructions on installing WunderSlider and the WunderSlider Gallery plugin, go to Appearance > WunderSlider Gallery and have a look at the default settings.
shortcode attributes :
fullby default. Set it to another size if you don’t need the full image size.
Default sizes are
- WunderSlider attributes that use a dash in the attribute name must be used with an underscore instead when passed to the
shortcode. If used,
container-widthmust be passed as
This is especially important when the
display="proportional"setting is used, as you will have to provide the container width and height explicitly.
- If you do not want the WunderSlider applied to a specific gallery, you must add the
wunderslider="false"attribute, for example:
Usage with NextGEN Gallery
Any NextGEN gallery can be rendered as a WunderSlider using the
[wunderslider_nggallery] shortcode or by enabling defaults for NextGEN Gallery shortcodes in the Appearance > WunderSlider Gallery settings.
[wunderslider_nggallery id="123"] will render a WunderSlider for the NextGEN gallery with id 123.
The [nggallery] shortcode can be rendered as a WunderSlider by either enabling it by default or by specifying:
[nggallery id="123" wunderslider="true"]
For this to take effect, the option to handle NextGEN Gallery shortcodes must be enabled on the settings page Appearance > WunderSlider Gallery.
As with the
shortcode, any WunderSlider attributes can be passed to
[nggallery] – those that use a dash in the attribute name must be used with an underscore instead:
container-width must be passed as
[wunderslider_nggallery id="1" container_width="80%" container_height="300px" display="proportional"]
[nggallery id="1" wunderslider="true" container_width="80%" container_height="300px" display="proportional"]
- Obtain a free personal or licensed commercial copy of the WunderSlider and unzip it. You will find the WunderSlider plugin in the
- Upload and activate the WunderSlider plugin. You can use the Add new option found in the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Upload and activate the WunderSlider Gallery plugin from the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Create a page or post, upload some images there and insert the gallery. View that page, you will have WunderSlider render it.
- Read the WunderSlider manual.
- No really, READ IT.
- Go to Appearance > WunderSlider Gallery and adjust the default settings.