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Image Galleries with ExpressionEngine

Apr 10, 2012

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EE Podcast

A new episode of the EE Podcast is available for your listening pleasure!

For episode 66, we discuss managing galleries natively with ExpressionEngine, as well as add-on options and front-end considerations.

Episode #66

In Gallery Options, Lea and I gathered a bunch of great information and resources for creating and managing image galleries. Of course, we discuss EE's native options, including what to do if you have a site using EE 1.x's Photo Gallery module, which is no longer part of ExpressionEngine.

We also talk about image galleries hosted and managed by a third-party service, like Flickr, and different add-ons available for this approach. Finally, we discuss some front-end concerns and our favorite tools for displaying images galleries on a site.

Have a listen yourself!

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