Admiror Gallery is open source project and it's completely free for use. You can see some examples on Live Examples page.
Admiror Gallery creates image gallery from folder of images. Creation of thumb images is automatic. Additional gallery themes can be added, it's very flexible and modular.
Admiror Gallery consists of 3 mayor elements: Templates, Popups and Captions.
Admiror Gallery provides various well design templates and it fit to look&feel of all kind of websites. But, if You cannot find any suitable template, it's possible to create Your own templates using Admiror Gallery API - system for rapid Templates and Popups development. It's possible to implement any kind of template, even Flex, Flash or Silverlite templates.
If You have any questions about Admiror Gallery, need help & support or have some ideas how to improve Admiror Gallery, join us on Admiror Gallery Forum.
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It seems like it took forever to find a gallery that worked for me and that was attractive and easy to use too. I love this gallery extension and definitely recommend it.
A really great gallery plugin
This is a very nice plugin for creating galleries. I was looking for a component that could be used for a portfolio but was having trouble finding a good extension. I decided to look in the gallery section and came across this handy little but powerful pugin. Thanks go out to the developer for a great FREE plugin that works well.
Lovely Gallery for your Photos
Great gallery. Easy to install and setup. I needed to add about 20 images on each page ( on about 30 pages ). This plugin made the job so easy and simple!
Love the themes! Decided to use the 'Artistic' version!
Could not get images to load in light box though, don't know why, probably some issue on my end.
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