Using WP Elegant Testimonial you can show testimonials inside your blog posts and pages. The plugin is easy to use and you can insert testimonials without any limitation on number of testimonials you display on a specific page or post. You can insert as many testimonials as you want using shortcodes.
Using Multiple Post Thumbnails plugin you can add multiple thumbnails (featured images) in your WordPress blog posts. The plugin is specially created for bloggers who wants more than one Featured Image on a post.
Using WP-Polaroid Plus plugin you can easily display polaroid plus style image gallery with lightbox popups in to your WordPress based website. The plugin uses photos either from the WordPress Media Library or you can simply upload directory of your images.
Menu Image is the new WordPress plugin that lest you display images before menu item text in your WordPress site. The plugin allows you to assign a new image with each menu link you create in your website using the default WordPress menu feature from Appearance -> Menus page.
Gamma gallery is a powerful, stylish, responsive image gallery WordPress plugin which is free and comes with a nice full screen view and various slideshow features like play/pause. The plugin supports native WP features like random order, include/exclude images, rearrange order etc. Simply install and activate it and that’ all, there are no configuration settings to make, it works automatically with default WordPress image gallery feature.
You can choose a different header image to show up according to your content. WP Display Header plugin lets you do this in a very easy way, you can select a custom header image while creating a new page, post or custom post type.
Earlier we discussed about a Beautiful Preloading Screen Plugin You Can Use In Your WordPress Site. Now this tutorial is on a new preloading page which is very easy to use, gets activated as soon you activate the plugin and allows you to use custom colors, and also you can add image in your website’s preloading page.
Linkimage is a brand new WordPress plugin which allows you to display images by using same old media uploader or simply grab them from WordPress media library and display them on sidebar widget with custom links using various customization options. The plugin also provides you a premium version upgrade which offers shortcode and a few more useful features.
Earlier we discussed about a free WordPress plugin which lets you Customize WordPress With 20+ Hacks Easily From Your Admin Area Dashboard. This tutorial explains you adding some advanced setting options that are not provided by default in WordPress.
Cloudinary.Com has launched a free WordPress plugin that lets you host your WordPress images on cloud using a fast CDN all free of cost. The service automatically uploads, normalize, optimize and back up all your WordPress site images to its cloud and makes you free from messing around with image editors; Cloudinary can manipulate and transform your images online on-the-fly and you can manage everything directly from your WordPress admin area dashboard; resulting images are cached, optimized and delivered using a fast content delivery network (CDN).
Whenever you insert any image in your WordPress blog post it get automatically linked to its media file which when clicked directs your visitor to a page showing that particular image in its real size. Earlier we discussed about a plugin that allows you to remove image link from attached images inside your blog posts, pages and other content types. Now this tutorial lets you do the same thing but without using any such type of plugin.
You must have observed a preloading screen in some sites showing loading percentage before all website including all images, CSS, jQuery gets fully loaded on your webrowser. Now using a new plugin you can easily add this functionality to your WordPress site and display a preloading screen before all your website images including the images in CSS gets fully loaded.
This tutorial is on usage of a powerful and very popular WordPress plugin that lets you add the first image of a your postto your feeds, even if you are only displaying post excerpts.
Background Manager is a popular WordPress plugin that allows you to display random image as your WordPress websitebackground at each visit or as a timed slideshow without editing any theme file. The plugin lets you create a number of set of images from where an image is grabbed and displayed as your website‘s background. You can use your media library images, upload them from your computer or import them from third party sources. A live demonstration of Background Manager plugin is available at Background Manager Demo Site.
PhotoPress is a free WordPress plugin that allows you to add additional meta-data in your WordPress media library images. You can add Cameras, Lenses, Photo Cities, Photo States, Photo Countries, Photo People, Photo Keywords, Photo Sizes, Photo Collections.
You can easily assign icons to your WordPress blog categories and display them in your way. Category Icons plugin simply allows you to associate an image for each of your blog category.
Bloggers running a multi-author WordPress blog can display avatar list of their site authors using a widget or shortcode. Here are two WordPress plugins that allows you to do so very easily.
Instead of saving images from Internet to your computer and then uploading them to your blog, now while writing post you can save images directly from URL to your blog and use them inside your posts.
Easily and quickly insert images inside your WordPress blog posts. Integrate media manager in editing interface, avoid reloading tickbox pop-up, and enhance features like image multi-insertion and image mass-editing.
Here are three image water marking plugins that might full-fill all your image watermarking needs on your WordPress site. All three plugins are developed by the same developers so check them out and and see which works best for you.
Add several kinds of enhancements to default WordPress Media Library, like as full taxonomy support, quick edit actions in bulk and reports on where media is used.