Creating a Gallery via „Page Templates“ is how our template originally handled Galleries but later in the release of version 4.0+ we introduced the new post-type called „Galleries“ where you can now create Galleries and use a shortcode to call them. The method of using a shortcode is a bit more versatile than using a page template, but both are available for your use.
Let’s review how you’d create a gallery using the Gallery Shortcode.
In earlier versions (and the current documentation for version 4.0.3) it’s a little different than it is now for WordPress 3.5. The user-interface has changed a little as noted in our previous post, „WordPress 3.5 – How it affects KingSize WP„. So let’s get started.
On December 11th, 2012, WordPress released Version 3.5 named for the jazz drummer „Elvin Jones“.
With the release of this new version, there have been some changes to the „User Interface“ which many of us were not overly thrilled about as we were accustomed to the old ways. Yet with improvements, always must come change. So there are some updates we’d like to take a few minutes of your time and explain a little about as they do affect our current version of KingSize WordPress v4+.
First and foremost, our template is fully compatible with the latest version of WordPress and if you’re interested in seeing what changes came out with the release of WordPress Version 3.5, we encourage you to checkout the „WordPress 3.5 Codex/Change Log„.
As always, we thank you for your patience while we addressed all the discovered issues/bugs. We believe we’ve addressed them all and are in hopes this will be the last bug fix released until we’ve released version 4.1 which will include many of the new features requested in recent weeks.
So with that said, let’s take a few minutes to review the many changes and fixes released in version 4.0.3.