Carousel of photographs with JetPack 1.5 • WordPress Help

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<p> The latest update of the JetPack megaplugin, which reaches version 1.5, includes a new functionality: <a href= Carousel of photographs .

Using the library spin.js from its activation, the new feature will convert any gallery of images included in an entry or page of your website into a colorful dynamic carousel full screen with the possibility of add comments and even EXIF ​​data of the photographs.

There are a couple of aspects that you can configure, which you will find s added at the end, in the " Settings -> Multimedia " of the Desktop of your WordPress, as they are if you want to show the EXIF ​​data of the photos or the background color for multimedia visualization, being able to choose between black or white.

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<p> Specially designed for <strong> sites dedicated to photography </strong> also offers a new experience very attractive visual for any web that makes habitual use of images to illustrate the content. </p>
<p> That's right, a notice to navigators, you should keep in mind that – true to your bad habit – <strong> JetPack automatically activates the new functionality as soon as it is updated to the new version </strong>so if you are not going to use this feature remember to go through the JetPack window on the WordPress Desktop to deactivate it. </p>
<p> Try it and tell us . I have it active in my personal blog, and you can check how well it works in <a href= this article about my camera (notice that there is an error in the comments in the photos, and that is that it does not admit spaces, something rare)

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Custom fields in WordPress • WordPress Help

Also known as customs fields custom fields are aggregated metadata.

What is a metadata? [19659004] According to Wikipedia are data that describe other data. In general, a group of metadata refers to a group of data, called a resource.

The concept of metadata is analogous to the use of indexes to locate objects instead of data. For example, in a library they use tokens that specify authors, titles, publishing houses and places to look for books. Thus, the metadata help to locate data.

Yes, they are data about a data, and we live with them everywhere from the index of a dictionary, through the ID3 of an mp3 (the "Place" where the data is saved as an artist, album, genre) and ending with the EXIF ​​information, which stores information about time, date, camera model and others about the images taken by digital cameras.

custom fields.

Before continuing with the post, it is necessary to clarify that WordPress has by default several general fields among which are, name of post, subtitle of post (post slug), post date, categories, tags and so on.

This amount of metadata is enough for most bloggers, but luckily and since WordPress is a very complete tool, it allows the addition of other fields, depending on our need.


(And that of many plugins that use the custom fields without our direct intervention)

Let's see the example of blissful the I needed to show how much I was running and what I was reading.

Or without going far back, the theme Unstandard due to the special nature of the template makes use of the custom fields, linking 2 images to each post.

As you can see the custom fields are incredibly versatile, and although as a blogger you surely do not use it directly, knowing that they exist can be useful for a future project.

To know more:

I killed her for a yogurt : Custom fields in WordPress.

Yukei: Commenting on some functions for WordPress

Sisifodichoso: Custom fields

Codex WordPress: Using custom fields

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