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There are several ways of inserting pictures into your posts, the easiest way is to use the “insert image” button at the top of the image editor, but there are times where that button is not enough. For instance, if you have a large number of photos to insert, you may want to create a slideshow, but that button won’t let you create one.

Without further ado, here are the plugins that I’d recommend:

Flickr Gallery:

I’ve used this one on a couple of different sites. Yes, Flickr does give you an embed code snippet that you can use, but I find that this plugin loads faster and is less cumbersome. You can insert images from one set, insert images with a specific keyword, etc. etc.

Check out the WordPress page for all of the information about this little gem. It has worked great for me in the past, and I expect it will continue to do so in the future.

NextGEN Gallery:

This image plugin can simply be described in one word. The word is: INSANE. I mean that in the best way possible. It can handle just about all of your image needs. It has a special admin panel where you can create different users with different levels of access. You can also create different galleries that will display in different sections of your site, etc.


NextGEN Gallery is very flexible, in fact, it is so flexible and has so many options that it can be overwhelming in the beginning. Read the description of the plugin and see if it will meet your needs, and don’t be overwhelmed by all of the options. Take the time to learn the ins and outs of it and you will be rewarded.

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