A custom Wordpress gallery for dynamic thumbnail layout using Twitter Bootstrap 2.2.2 (https://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/) thumbnail layouts.
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wp-bootstrap-gallery

A custom WordPress gallery for dynamic thumbnail layout using Twitter Bootstrap 2 (https://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/) and the WordPress built in gallery manager. Once the script is setup it will alter the WordPress gallery shortcode to create a unique thumbnail layout based on the number of gallery items.

NOTE

This is a utility class is intended to format your WordPress gallery shortcode to use Twitter Bootstrap 2.2.2 thumbnail layouts, and does not include the dependant Twitter Bootstrap files You will have to install include them manually.

Sample Image

Gallery Sample

Installation

Place wp_bootstrap_gallery.php in your Wordpress theme folder /wp-content/your-theme/

Open your WordPress themes functions.php file /wp-content/your-theme/functions.php and add the following code:

// Register Custom Gallery
require_once('wp_bootstrap_gallery.php');

Useage

Simply create a WordPress post gallery as you usually would and the script will do the rest.

Supported Layouts

  • 1 Image - One full width image
  • 2 Images - Two half width images
  • 3 Images - One 3/4 width image with two 1/4 width images to the right
  • 4 Images - One full width image with three 1/3 width images underneath
  • 5 Images - Two half width images with four 1/4 width images underneath
  • 6 Images - One 2/3 width image with two 1/3 width images to the right, and three 1/3 width images underneath
  • 7 or more images - One full width image with two 1/2 width images underneath. All remaining images 1/3 width underneath

Creating custom layouts

All layouts are created using Bootstrap span declarations for 12 columns and CSS floats. The script counts the number of images and assigns an array of spans for that number of images.

For example: If we want to layout 6 images where we have One 2/3 (8 Cols) width image on the left side with two 1/3 (4 Cols) width images on the right, and underneath two 1/3 (4 Cols) width images on the left side and one 2/3 (8 Cols) width image on the right.

Find:

	case 6:
	    $span_array = array(8,4,4,4,4,4);
		break;

Replace With:

	case 6:
	    $span_array = array(8,4,4,4,4,8);
		break;

Changelog

1.0:

  • Updated to div layout to fix float issues.
  • Licence now GPL-2.0+ to match WordPress.
  • Added a copy of the GPL-2.0+ Licence.

0.1:

  • Initial Commit

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