I’ve received a few suggestions for updates to the uTubeVideo Gallery plugin, such as allowing the skipping of video albums. I’m currently working on this and a few other fixes and updates and will be releasing the update as soon as I am able. Thanks to everyone for their suggestions and support of this plugin.
In record time it seems, after just releasing my first plugin for WordPress, Flickr-stream, I now have finished uTubeVideo Gallery. uTubeVideo Gallery allows the creation of video galleries on a site where all videos are streaming straight from YouTube itself, after all everyone uses YouTube for video hosting…. right.
This plugin was actually originally created for another website I’m working on converting into a WordPress site, but I decided to publish it as a public plugin as well.
This being my second ever WordPress plugin I believe it to be much more refined than the first, but that said I’m sure I’ll find plenty of things to improve on and add later. If anyone has any suggestions for improvements they would always be welcome to drop me a comment or message.
Checkout uTubeVideo Gallery
After what seems like a few weeks of work I can finally release version 1.0 of what I call Flickr-stream. This plugin allows you to add photosets and galleries from Flickr directly to your WordPress posts and pages. There is even a widget for the sidebar to display even more photos.
This being my first WordPress plugin and major foray into WordPress I needed to make sure it was not only a nicely designed plugin, but also simple to use with not so many options that you wonder where to even begin. To achieve this all photosets and galleries for posts and pages are created and managed in one central place.
This is only the initial release of the plugin, but somewhere in the future I plan to add more features such as slideshows and an even better administrative panel for management. I invite everyone to try out Flickr-stream and leave comments below or on the plugin page about ideas to improve it or any problems you guys may come across.