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How to Import Instagram Photos in WordPress Image Galleries

Want to create an image gallery with your Instagram images? If you are posting your photos to Instagram and then manually uploading them to WordPress, there is a much better way. In this article, we will show you how to save time by automatically importing your Instagram photos directly into your WordPress image galleries. WordPress’s […]

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How to Display Exif Data in Your WordPress Image Galleries

Do you want to display the exif data of your photo on your website? Sometimes you may want to show the camera settings you used (like ISO, shutter speed, aperture, etc.), so your visitors can learn from your photographs. In this article, we will show you how to display exif data in your WordPress image […]

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How to Add Fullscreen Image Galleries in WordPress

Do you want to display fullscreen image galleries on your site? You may need to show photos to your visitors that beautifully cover the whole screen. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to add fullscreen image galleries in WordPress. We recommend you use a WordPress image gallery plugin like Envira Gallery. It allows […]

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How to Create a Unique Page URL for Your WordPress Gallery

Do you want to create a unique URL for your image gallery? You may want to share your photos directly with your clients, friends and family. In this tutorial, we will share how to create a unique page URL for your WordPress gallery. Photographers commonly need to add multiple photo galleries to a single blog […]

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How to Create a Responsive Image Gallery Grid in WordPress

Photographers have extra challenges to face when launching a WordPress website. Not only do you need to make sure that your site is easy to use, immersive, and engaging, but you need to do everything you can to make it look incredible too. Unfortunately, the responsive image gallery options that come built-in with WordPress leave […]

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