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WordPress Photonic Gallery Plugin allows you to display galleries from the following WP, Flickr, SmugMug, Zenfolio and more.

Last Updated: November 11, 2020

Latest Update: Updated the documentation.

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Photonic is a very powerful plugin that takes WordPress gallery to an all new lever by adding a lot of functionality. You can also set up authentication so that visitors can see private and protected photos from each provider in the list mentioned below.

The good news is that Photonic is also compatible with Gutenberg editor. Below is a list of all the different social services it supports. This makes Photonic a unique photo gallery and slideshow plugin.

Photonic 2.47 Changelog

  • Added support for showing captions for Instagram posts

Photonic Works With The Following

  • WP Gallery
  • Google Photos
  • Flickr
  • SmugMug
  • Instagram
  • Zenfolio

Note: These are simple and easy to follow tutorials to help you understand and set up Photonic. However you still need to test your settings before you publish your website or blog.

WordPress Photonic Gallery Plugin

What You Need:

  • Photonic
  • Suffusion Theme (Optional = I added Suffusion theme because it was developed by Sayontan Sinha. Both plugin and theme work flawlessly together.)

Photonic Tutorials:

  1. Settings Options
  2. Generic Options
    1. Layouts
    2. Native WP Galleries
    3. Popup Panel
    4. Advanced
  3. Lightboxes
  4. Add a Slideshow to Suffusion Theme Using Photonic
  5. Add a Slideshow to Suffusion Theme Text Widget
  6. Photonic Slideshow Display
  7. Google Photos Settings
  8. Add Google Photos Using WP Photonic Plugin
  9. Create Google Client ID For Photonic
  10. Troubleshooting

I will keep updating the tutorials to to include any changes or updates added by Sayontan Sinha the developer.

If you have any questions, requests or suggestions please send me a message via the contact form.

Enjoy.

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I have been working in IT since 1999 and I enjoy the challenges it brings me. I love developing websites with WordPress. I spend a lot of time helping out in wordpress.org forums. I have been writing tutorials since 2011. Now I am learning how to manage my own VPS "Virtual Private Server.

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