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Wordpress Image Layout Query


We have a wordpress website with a gallery plugin currently 'gallery bank' where we upload a batch of up to 300 images at once via a gallery plugin then show these on a page of the website.  The issue I have is that the layout of the thumbnails within the gallery doesn't seem to meet the site requirements no matter which gallery plugin I  try (ive tried 20+).  Is there anyone that can help find a solution to the problem?

Fundamentally we want a solution to upload images in bulk, then after upload we can give them a title and description in bulk.  Then save the settings and have the website display these in a tabular list format with the image thumbnail in the left column and the right column having a row for Title and a second row under it showing Description.

For example if you look at the attached, this is for another plugin we have bought but when we came to implement it we have found that the layout options only apply to the albums and not the thumbnails within the albums.

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Paul Sauvé

Unfortunately, even if the plugin works on your current version of WordPress, as soon as a new version is installed, I have noticed that some of the functions stop working 'As Advertised'...

hi Paul,

Do you have any other plugin suggetsions or ideas of how to achieve what we require?

Paul Sauvé


I could go to each gallery plugin and view the demos out one by one, and there are MANY gallery plugins for WP. As I mentioned, finding a suitable solution is NOT a guarantee that all will work correctly with the latest version of WP!

Have you tried all of these: 10 Free and Feature-Packed Gallery Plugins for WordPress?
...Some are highly functional while others are minimalistic, and some are super-easy to use while others have a steeper learning curve. We take it all into account below. But before all, they’re free. Many offer premium versions that you can look to upgrade to, but you won’t have to pay a penny for any of the plugins below.
This one looks promising:
Photo Gallery is an advanced plugin with a list of tools and options for adding and editing images for different views. It is fully responsive.
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Paul Sauvé

Sorry - other than going through each gallery plugin and view the demos out one by one, that's about it for me! Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

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