Justified Image Grid v3.2 This responsive WordPress gallery plugin aligns your thumbnails into a justified grid using jQuery, like Flickr and Google image search. Make your galleries stand out in an eye-catching and unique new way! Replace the standard WP galleries
as [justified_image_grid] with lots of new features and options. WordPress manages the galleries and this plugin will display them. Or alternatively you can load images from Facebook, Flickr or use NextGEN as an image manager/source. Unleash the power of image RSS Feeds and pull videos from Youtube or Vimeo and images from 500px, Pinterest, deviantART, Stumbleupon, Imgur, Tumblr, WordPress .com blogs and more! Or just make a responsive banner of Recent posts using their featured images! Also works with custom post types and custom taxonomies. Filter the thumbnails by tags or any taxonomy!
Control every aspect: row height, appearance, special effects like desaturation, color overlay with magnifier icon, borders, multiple captions, free and premium lightboxes, mouse activated animation… It’s easy to install and comes with 20 presets out of the box. The setup is a breeze with two admin areas: the plugin settings and the Shortcode Editor (you can edit your previously generated shortcodes!). 340 settings are spread over a tabbed interface in two admin areas for quick access. The settings are available to change on a per gallery basis, extending the global settings and presets. No coding skills are required. There is no need to remember shortcode attributes/values because of the Shortcode Editor that has examples and contextual help.
Justified Image Grid v3.2 Changelog
v3.2 – July 11, 2016 – Visual Composer element with live preview, light skin for PhotoSwipe, jQuery v3, RML dropdown fix, many more improvements and fixes.
Visual Composer add-on built in, with exclusive frontend live preview from the Shortcode Editor.
Light theme for PhotoSwipe, selectable with a new setting on a per-gallery basis. This is a JIG exclusive PhotoSwipe customization.
jQuery v3 compatibility, including some changes in bundled scripts such as prettyPhoto, ColorBox, dotdotdot. Please mind you that many other themes and plugins are not yet compatible!
When thumbnail fly animation is disabled in PhotoSwipe4 automatically due to the opener thumbnail having different aspect ratio than the target picture, it opens much faster.
PhotoSwipe caption color gets much brighter/whiter (more readable especially on light images), only when zoomed-in.
In addition to the Settings link, the JIG row in the plugins list now contains a link to the Support page of the product’s site.
User Agent in CURL updated to report as latest Firefox. This helps RSS feeds to work better.
The download.php script can now fall back to CURL more often, in case it would want to download a 0-byte file.
Magnific Popup is now compatible with youtu.be short links for videos.
ColorBox now takes into account the position of the document when shifted for a mega menu like ubermenu.
Using CSS3 animation for initial fade in (more to come eventually).
More scripts have the nonminified version in the plugin, also an easy way to toggle between loading them (from the code). Script filenames standardized.
With RML v2.5 the dropdown selector in the Shortcode Editor had no selectable objects.
JIG didn’t respect the Order by setting for RML galleries (it was focusing on the Custom order).
Randomize width feature wasn’t compatible with PhotoSwipe in a sense that the opening animation was jumpy since the image aspect ratio changed during animation.
PHP 7 Notice: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP.
Shortcode Editor: turning off Facebook or Instagram, this shown up in the console: ReferenceError: s_prefix is not defined
Magnific Popup lost the customization to not show related videos from YouTube videos. Re-added.
Compatibility glitch where bottom margin was applied on images by your theme.
No-show and/or stoppy animation on jQuery v3 due to jQuery easing older than v1.4 with oldschool easing functions is now solved. This was most prominent as a theme incompatibility, including Avada.
The hoverFlow JS plugin bundled in JIG was able conflict with a version from a 3rd party. Using a customized name from now on (regarding easing an jQuery v3).
The grid could fall apart on jQuery v3 due to too precise detection of available space for JIG.
Loading jQuery v1.12.4, v2.2.4, v3.0.0 from Google (optional).
Bundling jQuery v2.2.4 and v3.0.0 + migrate in the plugin. Migrate is there so you can safely test it and see if your other plugins and theme is compatible yet.
jQuery dotdotdot 1.8.2