Displaying Photos – Nextgen Gallery Plugin in WordPress

Working with Photos and Ways to Display them using Nextgen Gallery Plugin in WordPress

Live webinar presented on August 25, 2010 – approx. 70 minutes.

Presented by Russ Larsen with Ron Snayberger presenting Photo Tips section.


In the webinar recording below, you will learn the following:

  • Tips for taking photos
  • Where to find photography information on the web
  • How to build an inexpensive light box
  • How to insert an image into a webpage or post
  • How to add a border to an image, change the display size, wrap text, add titles and descriptions, adding tags to photos
  • How to create a photo gallery
  • Uploading images to a photo gallery
  • How to display a photo gallery on a web page or blog post
  • How to order your images
  • How to re-size thumbnail images
  • How to add a photo to an existing photo gallery
  • How to delete a photo from a gallery
  • and more.

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Working with Images Webinar

Free Webinar – Working with Photos on Your Website

This webinar will be presented by Russ Larsen and cover a lot of information about using images on your website including resizing, adding borders, making your pictures Search Engine Optimized, displaying thumbnails correctly, adding galleries, finding images you have previously uploaded, adding a slideshow and more.

If you want to learn how to use photos on your website, you do not want to miss this webinar.

We will also include basic tips and techniques on taking pictures and displaying them on your website.

We will also be going over many ways to display photos on your website and how you can save a lot of time once you know the basics of how to work with your photos in wordpress.

We will be dealing mainly with Nextgen Gallery Plugin inside wordpress.

The webinar will be presented through Profitable Hobbies and The I&E Network, but everyone is invited to attend.

Webinar will be Wednesday, August 25, at 7:00 p.m. Mountain Time.

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