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    swansonwc
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    Hi,

    I’m putting together a Streamline site for my motivational speaker wife. We need a page with an image gallery where the pictures can be easily downloaded, so clients can choose the pictures that they want to use when promoting their event. This is one of those things that I’d like to be as easy as possible for the client to use, possibly with a download button. Does anyone have a recommendation of a plugin that I can use to achieve this?

    Thanks,
    Bill

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    kathiemt
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    You couldn’t suggest that people right+click to do a Save As?


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    anitac
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    @swansonwc, a plugin developer (rtMedia) has a plugin just for Buddypress however I inquired on your behalf and they said they are in the process of developing a “non-Buddypress” version and should be available soon. It works like Facebook. When the image is click – it enlarges with a comment section on the right but also a download link. It’s really nice on Buddypress so I am sure this would work great for you. It’s just not ready yet.


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    #45551

    swansonwc
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    Thank you both for getting back with me.

    I considered setting up the image download page with instructions to “right-click and choose save as”, but I’m hoping to make it simpler. That’s how I set it up for image downloads on my wife’s last site.

    Antic – I’ll look into rtMedia, and see where they are with the possible plugin. Thank you for checking into this.

    Best regards,
    Bill

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