You can display as many galleries as you want, and have different types of galleries within the same blog page.
Here is a detailed description of the Shiba Gallery Plugin.
New features for for Shiba Gallery 3.5 –
1. Link Argument
You now have the option to set your gallery links to file, attachment, or none.
- link = “file” – Points gallery links to the source files.
- link = “attachment” – Points gallery links to the image attachment page.
- link = “none” – Just includes the title of the image with no link.
For example -
[gallery id="8686" frame="black" link="attachment" size="(220,220)"]
You may also assign a default link type to all your blog galleries and images. This is done through the new Shiba Gallery options menu in Media >> Shiba Gallery.
Look under Set Default Link, and pick the link type of your choice through a drop-down menu.
Once you are done with these settings, click on the Save Options button at the bottom of the page.
2. Expanded Caption Shortcode
The standard WordPress caption shortcode has been expanded to deal with images and galleries.
For example –
[caption align="alignleft" width="220" frame="green" caption="frame='green'"] <img src="http://images.shibashake.com/wordpress-theme/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Artist_Picture_Thumb5.jpg"/> [/caption]
You may now specify which frame to use for an image within the caption shortcode. Images that are not captioned (e.g. emoticons or gravatar images) will no longer be framed.
You may also use the caption shortcode with galleries.
For example –
[caption align="aligncenter" caption="This caption shortcode contains a gallery instead of an image."] [gallery id="8686" size="large"] [/caption]
SlimBox is more efficient than Lytebox but it does not resize images that are larger than the browser window whereas Lytebox does. Therefore, if you have really large images or odd-sized images that extend outside the browser window, then you may want to use Lytebox instead of SlimBox.