Modula is an amazing user-friendly, intuitive plugin that will help you create professional-looking galleries to display on your website. Thousands of people trust it, and their community is steadily growing thanks to the constant updates they provide.
It doesn’t really matter if you’re a beginner or a professional – you get a ton of features and lots of customization options that you’ll master in no time. The super-friendly user interface definitely helps with that.
Among the many amazing features that Modula offers, we can count:
- Doesn’t require any coding skills;
- Mobile responsive;
- 42 image hover effects;
- lightbox gallery;
- Video extension;
- Speed Up extension;
- Password protection and watermarking;
- Easy album creation, with the option to filter your galleries;
- Zoom extension;
- EXIF extension.
NextGEN Gallery is one of the most powerful WordPress gallery plugins that offers multiple features for users and supports all browsers as well as all kinds of mobiles. It offers a complete management system that allows users to batch upload photos, edit thumbnails, upload metadata, and much more. Read its complete review here.
Main NextGEN Gallery Features:
- Responsive Layout;
- Social Sharing Icons;
- Support YouTube & Vimeo Videos;
- Multi Galleries Support;
- Mobile responsive;
- eCommerce extension.
Global Gallery – WordPress Responsive Gallery
Global Gallery is an interesting photo gallery plugin that creates filterable, fully responsive, and adaptive galleries on your website. It uploads very quickly, and its management system is very easy to grasp. They offer four gallery layouts, as well as automatic gallery creation.
Main Global Gallery Features:
- 1Post in Particular WordPress Category;
- Flickr Sets;
- Pinterest Boards;
- Facebook Pages;
- Google + Albums;
- Watermarking option;
- WP galleries integration.
It’s a powerful gallery plugin that allows you to showcase your best pieces by creating galleries, albums, and even portfolios. It’s completely free, which comes
This article was written by Editorial Staff and originally published on WPArena.