Gallery is a dynamic Gallery Extra for MODx Revolution. It allows you to quickly and easily put up galleries of images, sort them, tag them, and display them in a myriad of ways in the front-end of your site.
presents ModX users with an amazingly easy-to-use and customizable Instagram
Widget. With 20+ flexible options, Elfsight Instagram Widget extra allows you
to apply everything that Instagram has to offer to the achievement of your
goals. You can install the extra as a widget or as a gallery, adapt it to any
screen size and display as many images as you need. This makes it the perfect
advantages of installing our Facebook Feed are manifold. The greatest of them
is that it serves a double purpose – it helps you get more Facebook followers,
while in the same time allows you to promote your online business on Facebook.
Keeping your visitors entertained leads to higher conversion, and bigger sales,
and your amazing Facebook content will be the reason they’ll come back again
over 1 billion unique visitors every month, YouTube is the perfect promotional
tool for every business. Be sure that your customers are already watching
YouTube, as it is the second-largest search engine next to Google. Keeping this
in mind, we are happy to present our tremendously popular YouTube Gallery
that's currently used by over 10,000 people to ModX users! Our YouTube extra
Presently, an Instagram Extra is a must-have for any
online store, in the same way as its menu, logo or cart.
Our celebrated app - Elfsight Instagram feed -
is now available for ModX users. 20 000+ satisfied users from different
platforms have already chosen our Instagram app.
This plugin offers 60+ customisable options to
display your Instagram gallery on your website in the best possible…
This Snippet retrieves image files from a directory, processes them through a template chunk and returns the results. This sprang out of my rewrite of my "myGallery" Snippet. I was disappointed with the Gallery packages out there as I wanted to be able to simply add images and thumbnails to a directory via FTP and have them show up. It worked well but as I added more and more directories I found I…