The current release is 1.3.3 and was published on 2013-11-22.
Here's what you get when you download Galleria. All code in the free download is MIT licensed:
- ✓ Galleria core (minified & development)
- ✓ One free theme (Classic)
- ✓ Flickr Plugin
- ✓ Picasa Plugin
- ✓ History Plugin
- ✓ Demo file to get you started
Included in the download is the classic theme and a demo of the theme. This HTML demo can be a pretty good way to try out Galleria without coding from scratch.
If you are looking for pluggable themes that works out of the box, browse through our Premium Themes and see if there is something that fits your project. Installing them is a simple one-liner and they work on all platforms. You will also gain access to VIP support in our support area.
Galleria has a large number of options such as transition effects, cropping methods and interaction details that you can use to customize your gallery regardless of what theme you are using. Read through the options documentation for full coverage. In addition to the generic options, each theme has some theme-specific options. Read more in each theme documentation available in the docs.
Check out our Help / Support page for troubleshooting.
We use Github for code hosting and you can get the latest development version at the Galleria Github Repository
git clone https://github.com/aino/galleria (make your changes) git commit -m "Good description of what your patch does" git format-patch HEAD^
Be sure the your patch includes your full name and your valid email address. Git can be configured to do this like so:
git config --global user.email "email@example.com" git config --global user.name "John Doe"
The MIT License
Galleria is released under the MIT license. The MIT is a permissive license, meaning that it permits reuse within proprietary software on the condition that the license is distributed with that software.
If the included themes does not fill your needs, we also have some great Premium themes available for purchase.