Quite file-intensive but it ticks all the boxes. Best so far. Supports albums (and multiple albums on one page), captions, swipe capable and uses the very tidy justified.js for thumbnail layout and the photoswipe.js libraries for function. Not a bad page download time either, only 1.2 seconds for intial load on Chrome!
Caution - won't load on mobile devices after modification? A super gallery / slider that pulls images from your flickr photoset (not just the author). Simply upload your photos to your flickr account, create a set and let us know the set number. Includes a info (caption) from filename. Organise the order that they appear in by modifying in Flickr Organiser. Fullscreen now as modified by Piccante recently. The only down side? No swipe capability, but the other benefits must outweight this?
Pulls images from a Flickr account into a gallery. Image viewer lightbox is a bit over the top?
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).
Very capable slider that is demonstrated on our Riverside Accommodation website. Thumbnails created automatically from a folder on the web (not Flickr or other feed) - so it will require the ability for the user to FTP to an album folder.
A nice gallery using masonry style display that pulls images from a Flickr account. Easy to set up and get the API. Downside at the moment - doesn't support albums (have to load from the Flickr 'author' account) and there is no caption support at the moment. The "lightbox" has been trimmed down and is now good - great because it is swipe supported in fact.
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.