*Full lightbox photo gallery with all of the options that the main gallery has
*Multiple image uploader with resizing before upload, and drag and drop
*Frontend uploading and gallery creation
*Image tagging and search
*A download image button
*Facebook Comments and JComments integration
*Facebook like button for each image
*Google plus one button for each image
*Twitter Button for each image
*Top/bottom/left/right position for thumbs
*Top/bottom/left/right position for image descriptions
*Use the plugin to put one or many galleries into an article (with random/ latest/ most viewed options)
*Use the module to put a gallery into a module position (with random/ latest/ most viewed options)
*Search engine friendly urls
I did not need support until recently, when I wanted to set up Ignite Gallery to meet some extensive front-end submission demands. Support turned out to be quick and helpful, and I really felt that my questions were received as useful feedback for further development. That is what Joomla extension development should be.
Thanks and keep it up!
The support so far has been excellent - I had a small issue related to photo orientation that the developer was quick to respond to. Although the fix to this may take a little time, I am confident it will get addressed in a future release.
Definitely worth the money.
I had to ask a question before I bought it and was pleasantly surprised to get the answer within an hour of having sent the email message. This is a 'SWEET' extension and I wanted to thank you for creating it and making it available at a reasonable cost. It is truly worth every penny.
I have been using ignite gallery for several years. The galleries are very easy to customize and my clients find the gallery very easy to use.
Best of all - They have great support. There team is courteous and quick to respond.
Over all that time there was only the need to contact support twice and their response was quick and very professional (By the way both occasions were not directly related to the Ignite Gallery itself, but rather to server side settings or third party products).