This beautiful gallery works relatively well in touch devices, has a full screen mode and smooth transitions. Thumbnails or full image modes are available.
A really versatile gallery viewer... instead of using thumbnails to view the larger image we can replace these with links (text based).
A super gallery / slider that pulls images from your flickr set. Simply upload your photos to your flickr account, create a set and let us know the set number.
An excellent gallery from Chris Kankiewicz - enabling anyone to upload their own images. An excellent compliment to a Content Editing System
Another example of this excellent gallery from Chris Kankiewicz - enabling anyone to upload their own images. The gallery creates it's own thumbnails and is organised into two or more galleries. Another excellent compliment to a Content Editing System
A Moo-tools viewer based on the viewer originally seen on the Barack Obama campaign website. Suitable for a small list of images as the menu is not expandable.
A lightweight ultra-simple slideshow. The demo shoes no autoplay, no numbers, no captions - just a 'next' and 'previous' icon. There are options for these however, should you want them.
An impressive gallery that really does occupy the entire screen. Not suitable for users with dial-up connections... are there any still out there?!?! The launch version of this gallery was a bit buggy, but we've included it because we hope that improvements will be made to stabilise the script.
A smart viewer that allows an infinite number of thumbnails displayed below the main image which is capable of auto-playing as a slideshow. Many different slide transitions are available - mosaics, wipes, curtain effect and blind effects too
A slick navigation gallery that gives a circular "peek" (thumbnail) at the next and previous image. Supports captions.