NextGEN for your Header

There is a very good tutorial how to integrate the slideshow into your header at .

A great example is the page designed by Angela Bowman :

By the way :NGG 1.3.0 is on the road, I already fixed all issues with the upcoming WP.2.8 and added a search feature for the backend


9 thoughts on “NextGEN for your Header

  1. Berchman says:

    Thanks for the ping on my tutorial. Appreciate it.
    And thank you for NGG!

  2. Oliver says:

    Hi Alex,
    just wanted to say that I really appreciate your work.

  3. Ramoonus says:

    I can`t wait till NextGen Gallery 1.3 is released

  4. Kris says:

    Will the search function just be available in the admin area???
    We need one in the frontend!

  5. Dennis says:

    An upgrade? Looking forward to it. Not that I have any complaints… Only one small minor issue:

    Is it possible to change the navigate arrows just like the other viewer: in the picture 😉
    Visitors now have to move there mouse by a change in size of a picture.

    If not, I´m still going to use NextGen, because I like the dark background and the possibility of showing the pictures in front of the webpage.

    Keep up the good work!

  6. robb says:

    Hi Alex.

    somehow I never bothered to say THANK YOU!
    I hope it’s not too late 🙂

    great plugin! can’t live without it 🙂
    regards and alles gute!

  7. Thomas says:

    Thank you for all your time put into this plugin.
    Looking forwart to the new version.

    Hope sometimes it will be possible to show galleries of an album and if you click on the single gallery it shows up in lightbox or something similar only.
    Did i miss something and this can be done already?

  8. Chuck says:


    I am still on v. 1.1.0, but I was wondering if are going to add AJAX page navigation? ie. so that when you navigate through the pages of the album, it is dynamically AJAX loaded and does not reload the whole entire page.

    BTW, keep up the good work. You can see your great plugin featured on my website, JDM Origins Magazine. 😉

  9. John says:

    Like all plugins that use Flash, they don’t work on IE 64 bit browser. Not the fault of the plugin its Adobe that hasn’t sorted out their Flash program yet, and considering this was a problem with Vista and still is with Windows 7 its well past time that they had it sorted.

    As 64% of visitors to my site use either Vista or W7 I cannot risk them turning away just because my header that uses Flash doesn’t work, and all because they may be using IE 64 bit operating system. They probably don’t even know about the problem.

    Can something else be used instead of relying on flash for this plugin?

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