*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 share 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
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).
It also stores the original images to re-create resized images as needed (for use in different layout profies), without damaging the originals.
Given the flexibility (not just in image layouts, but also ability to include html description areas) you can actually build out entire sections of a website (similar to many directory tools) using this gallery.
Ignite Gallery is by far the best, with fast support response time, and knowledgeable help/updates/fixes.
Great response and load times with VERY little overhead.
Easily configurable as well as customizable with many built in options. Did I mention the great support yet?
This by far is the best gallery component out there and well worth the small cost.
The documentation is easy to follow and the gallery has a lot of different options for how it displays images.
The email support is also excellent.
Having tried many gallery extensions, I find this extension to be the best and most suitable for most web sites.
We needed to customize the appearance and we received the best support we could hope for. Detailed instructions and explanation in very short time.
This is exactly what we needed. Thank you and keep up the good work.
add water mark to a gallery in joomla
ignite does it awesomely
also I had N ISSUE, but my subscription had ended but none the less they very gently agreed to help me out and solve the issue, and they site works nicely
howver they need to imrpove the way it makes the water mark look, since you need a lot of test and error to finnaly get it to look the way you want
also it would be awesome to add some visual effects for transition
but it worked awesomely