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"Other gallery stacks have disappointed me. I've tried many and keep coming back to ProGallery. I love the simplicity. It just gets the job done. You have created exactly what I need and cannot give this stack enough praise. ProGallery has helped me win several photography contracts purely on the basis of my clients being able to see my work properly. For this I cannot thank you enough!" - Mike

"Still the best gallery plugin there is for RW. And Wills support is fab!!" - Emma
Recently updated to version 2, ProGallery continues to be one of the most popular stacks we sell from this website. Thousands of RapidWeaver users love the speed of ProGallery, the reliability of generated galleries, the ease and flexibility of setup, and the 'clutter-free' ethos towards media presentation. After all, it is your image and video content that demands maximum emphasis.

A video explaining some of the most recent changes in ProGallery 2 can be viewed here. Version 2 is a free update for existing customers.

ProGallery is particularly well-suited towards the handling of larger image and video galleries. Built-in lazy-loading ensures that thumbnail images are only downloaded and displayed when within the viewable area of a webpage. Additionally when the lightbox is opened, images only get displayed on demand. The outcome of these techniques ensures you can have a high-quality gallery of several hundred megabytes or more in size (as demonstrated below) but website users will still be able to quickly and safely access your gallery.

The responsive lightbox used in ProGallery supports both images and video; so think of it as two stacks for the price of one! Different sources can be configured to collect images or video for display within ProGallery. Our lightbox is purposefully kept visually uncluttered for more emphasis on your media. Captions and navigation controls are never layered over your lightbox images - a major flaw in some competing stacks.

Example

This is a real working example of ProGallery, with the default settings applied. A total of 107 images are being loaded via a CSV file. The image formats are as follows...

Thumbnails:
JPG, 72 dpi, 500px wide, 333px tall, approximately 60 KB each.

Lightbox images:
JPG, 72 dpi, 1500px wide, 999px tall, approximately 500 KB each.

Retina lightbox images:
JPG, 72 dpi, 3000px wide, 1997px tall, approximately 1.6 MB each.

We have purposefully opted to use quite sizeable images, in order to exaggerate the lazy-loading effect and to demonstrate the retina display optimisations. Ordinarily retina images are optional and you will probably want to use smaller image file sizes to maintain decent loading speed for your end users on slower internet connections.
 
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Buttermere Valley
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    View over the east of Buttermere Lake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Looking down into Buttermere Valley, from the Summit of Haystacks
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Wildflower Meadow
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Stepping Stones over the River Brathay
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Pastal Scene at Stang End
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Little Langdale
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Mist over Great Intake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Water Meadow near Little Langdale
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Lingmoor Fell
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Slate
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Beck and Wild Garlick in Fletcher's Wood
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Bluebells in Fletcher's Wood
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Stoney Track leading through Fletcher's Wood
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Black Beck in Warnscale Bottom
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Warnscale Beck flowing into Buttermere Lake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Tarn on the summit of Haystacks
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    View from Haystacks, looking down upon Buttermere Lake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    View from the Summit of Haystacks
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Stone Bridge at Elterwater
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Tarn on the summit of Haystacks
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Pillar Fell
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    View into the Valley
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Summit of Haystacks
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Buttermere Lake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Sunlight moving over Buttermere Valley
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Looking Stead Fell
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Fleetwith Pike and Dale Head beyond
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Larch Plantation and Herdwick Sheep above Buttermere Lake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Warnscale Bottom
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Glen Mary Waterfalls
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Close-up waterfall and moss
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Waterfall in monochrome
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Glen Mary Cascade
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Bluebells and blue sky over Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    View of Yewdale Fells from Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Pine Trees on the edge of Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Waterfowl on Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Monochrome Forest
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Small Valley
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Sunlit Greenery
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Northern end of Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Grasses on the Lake Edge
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Little Beck flowing into Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Holm Fell
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Tree Line and Mountains
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Ambleside mountains
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Roe Deer
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Ambleside mountains
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Old Quarry Workings
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Red Admiral butterfly
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Forests and Mountains
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Green Pastures
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Yewdale Valley
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Coniston Lake from Tarn Hows
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Wild Forest
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Ambleside Mountain Landscape
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    High and Low
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Near and Far
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    May Sunshine
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Steep Forest
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Drystone wall near Glen Mary
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Elter Water
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Mallard Duck
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Birk Rig Park
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Bight Sunlight over River Brathway
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Rock Reflections in the River Brathway
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Skelwith Force Waterfall
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Island on the River Brathway
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Monochrome Rock Reflections
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Oak Tree
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Banks of the River Brathway
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Looking towards Holm Fell
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Framed River
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Rakerigg
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Blake Rigg
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Blea Tarn
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    High Park
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Monochrome Old Barns
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Bee Hive
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Cottage Garden
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Watering Can and Pots
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Monochrome Wheelbarrow
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Field and Trees
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Canada Geese
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Hawkshead Village
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Monochrome Ambleside
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Head of Coniston Lake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Rigg Head
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Yewdale Beck
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Water Meadow near Elswater
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Skelwith Bridge
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Coniston Fells
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Mixed Forest
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Swimming in Blea Tarn
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Blea Tarn, viewed from Side Pike
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Great Langdale
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    View of Great Langdale from Side Pike
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Way Marker
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Path around Blea Tarn
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Marshy Headwaters of Blea Tarn
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Monochrome Rock Reflections in Blea Tarn
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Colwith Valley
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Slater Bridge
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Little Langdale Tarn looking towards Great Intake
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
  • Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
    Low Light Way Marker
    Lake District, England. © Will Woodgate, 2017
 
You may download the original CSV file here to see how the spreadsheet is structured and use this as a basis for your own ProGallery configuration. Right-click and select 'save as' if the file does not download for you straight away. Don't worry if the idea of CSV files sounds too complicated - you can also setup ProGallery to use images you drag-n-drop into RapidWeaver too! Continue reading for more information about the different sources available in ProGallery.

Setup

Follow these instructions for getting ProGallery setup in your website
  1. Once installed into Stacks, open your stack library and drag-and-drop a copy of the ProGallery stack into your webpage
  2. Click on the blue '+' button to add sub-stacks to your main ProGallery stack. You can choose to add singular images or video, provide the path to a directory of suitable images or link to a CSV file containing your gallery data
  3. Carefully follow any instructions shown in edit mode for configuring your gallery sources
  4. When you select the main ProGallery stack in edit mode, you can access all the style and behaviour settings for the thumbnail grid and the lightbox gallery
  5. Publish the website when done

You can safely use multiple ProGallery stacks on the same page, providing that each has a unique ID applied in the settings. Some gallery sources like 'directory of images' and 'CSV file' require that the page extension is changed to .php in the RapidWeaver page inspector, and therefore any pages previously published with a .html extension are manually taken-down from the server to preview conflicts.

The 'directory of images' source is good to use for reusing images uploaded via a content management system or one of our free stacks like Droplet or FileMan. ProGallery is able to look for thumbnail and retina-optimised versions of your images. Image file names will get reused as the image titles. We are unable to provide free support for third-party file uploader or CMS stacks. Please get in contact for a quote, if you require consultation for getting a third-party stack connected to ProGallery.

Relative paths for CSV files and directories

If you have configured ProGallery to use images or video from a CSV spreadsheet file or an image directory, it is important that the CSV file or content is stored on the same domain (e.g. example.com) and you link to the file using relative links. Relative links offer improved security and much faster retrieval of the data. Our published example above is using a CSV file stored on the Stacks4Stacks server, to build the image gallery you see. This current page you are reading now is stored in the /progallery/ directory. Our CSV file is stored over in the /resources/ directory. This is what it looks like in FTP:

stacks4stacks.com/
progallery/index.php
resources/imagedata.csv

So in the stack settings we entered ../resources/imagedata.csv as the link to the CSV file. The CSV file can have links to images stored anywhere, including on other domains. It's just the CSV file that has to live on the same domain as the website.

With relative links, a web browser tracks backwards from the location of the present page (e.g. https://stacks4stacks.com/progallery/index.php). You use ../ to determine how many levels the ProGallery page is from the root domain. Then navigate down into the /resources/ directory, where it will find our imagedata.csv file. And sure enough, if you go to https://stacks4stacks.com/resources/imagedata.csv in your web browser address bar, you will reach the same CSV file.

Again, relative paths are very fast and safe. Trying to access CSV files on other domains will often fail and some hosting companies will block it (as a security measure). There are many more explantations and tutorials online about relative links.

In summary, a relative link tells a web browser what the shortest route is to a file, from the current page. You use ../ to navigate out of directories (back to the website root), and then name the directories (e.g. /resources/2016/gallery/ to navigate down into directories. If the CSV file is within the same directory as the page is stored, just enter the filename as the link. For CSV files added as resources to RapidWeaver, no further action is required.

Triggering ProGallery stacks

As well as having ProGallery open when a thumbnail image is clicked, you can also create custom links or buttons in a webpage to trigger (open) ProGallery. Alternatively you can have ProGallery open automatically at a specific slide as the page loads; which is useful if you want to direct users to a specific image or video. The table below outlines the three trigger methods available for you to utilise.

Lazy Loading

The option is provided in each image source to lazy-load thumbnail images. When enabled, each thumbnail will be rendered as a transparent GIF image (of a very small file size). When the gallery item is within the viewable area of the browser window, this tiny GIF image is dynamically replaced with the regular thumbnail image. Lazy Loading is good to use for very large uniform grid galleries, because it will greatly reduce the amount of images that initially load. However lazy loading is less suitable for masonry layouts, as the reflow of images can cause the ordering to frequently change. Likewise some social media sharing services (like Pinterest) may not be able to 'see' thumbnail images that are being lazy loaded. Generally we recommend lazy loading is only used if you are using a uniform grid gallery and you're finding your webpage takes an extended period of time to load.

Download and Pinterest sharing buttons

Added in ProGallery 2.2, you can enable the display of a simple download button and / or Pinterest sharing button. These buttons receive minimal styling and are positioned at the top left of the lightbox window. When the download button is clicked, the current (full-size) lightbox image will be downloaded to a users computer, in supported web browsers. Likewise when the Pinterest button is clicked, the current lightbox image link, webpage link and image description are passed over to the Pinterest website for sharing. Both download and Pinterest buttons should only be enabled for image galleries - neither of these buttons work for video; because embedded video (within the lightbox) is using iFrames, therefore the video source is not available.
 
Trigger Method Markup Example Special Notes
Trigger the first item in a gallery, from a link or button within the same webpage Give the link or button a class attribute of class="mygalleryTrigger" and replace 'mygallery' with the ID of the ProGallery you want to trigger. Click me! The first gallery item will be opened when the link or button is clicked. If configuring this custom link in the RapidWeaver link dialogue wondow, set the URL to #, open the custom attributes panel. Add a new attribute with a Name of class and a Value of mygalleryTrigger - remembering to substitute 'mygallery' for the ID of the actual ProGallery stack you want to trigger - if it has an ID different to mygallery.
Trigger a specifc gallery item, from a link or button within the same webpage Give the link or button a data- attribute of data-mygallery="7". Replace 'mygallery' with the ID of the ProGallery you want to trigger. Open Image 7! If configuring this custom link in the RapidWeaver link dialogue wondow, set the URL to #, open the custom attributes panel. Add a new attribute with a Name of data-mygallery and a Value of 7 - remembering to substitute 'mygallery' for the ID of the actual ProGallery stack you want to trigger - if it has an ID different to mygallery. The number denotes the exact slide to open at.
Triggering a ProGallery slide as the page loads Append a URL query hash onto the page URL you are linking to, like this: #mygallery12. Replace mygallery with the ID of the ProGallery to trigger and 12 with the number of the slide. Click This To trigger the first slide, change 12 in the example code to 1. You can only have a single ProGallery stack tiggered using this method and you cannot have other events run via the URL hash query.
Please note that these links you create are not considered permalinks. That is to mean that if you add or remove media from your gallery, the sequence is likely to change. The same applies if you change the gallery ID. So if for example you create a link to a specific lightbox image or video, you may need to update the link if the sequence of media in ProGallery is changed.

Masonry grid layouts

A masonry grid (as the name implies) is a group of images arranged on the page like a wall. The Pinterest website provides an excellent example of a masonry grid layout. Earlier versions of ProGallery used Javascript to generate the masonry grid; but this often caused problems in more complex setups where animation effects were in use. Newer versions of ProGallery now use pure CSS3 columns to achieve the masonry grid layout. This revised system is far faster and more reliable. However you will notice your images flow in a different order; like the columns in a newspaper (images are rendered down the page, and from left to right).
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