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Featured Galleries


Hello Theme Developers!

Have you ever added a Featured Image to a post and thought to yourself, „I wish I could add more than one image this way”? Well, now you can. Featured Galleries mirrors the Featured Images functionality of WordPress. The only difference is that posts get an entire gallery rather than just a single image. These galleries behave almost exactly like Featured Images, and make use of WordPress’s built in Media Manager. Users can select images, define the order, and save the gallery, all through a simple drag-n-drop interface.

Note: This plugin DOES NOT HANDLE THE FRONTEND HTML CREATION. That is left for themes to handle, to allow for maximum flexibility. Featured Galleries just handles the backend/admin interface for creating featured galleries and storing them as metadata. You will need to integrate this into your theme, or use a theme with prebuilt integration.

Quick Start Guide to Integrate Into Themes

For more information, see GitHub Wiki.

I’ve tried to make this as intuitive as possible. Themes can integrate Featured Galleries in the same way they integrate Featured Images. Inside any template file where the gallery should appear, the theme will call the get_post_gallery_ids() function. As long as it is used inside the loop, the function doesn’t need any parameters. By default, it will return an array of image IDs.


Set inside the Loop. This returns all images in the Featured Gallery, as an array, then loops through to display each using an HTML <img> tag.

$galleryArray = get_post_gallery_ids(); 

foreach ( $galleryArray as $id ) {

    echo '<img src="' . wp_get_attachment_url( $id ) .'">';


You can also customize the returned value from the function to suit your needs. See the full function documentation page for details.

Custom Post Types

The plugin comes with a filter to easily add Featured Galleries to custom post types. See the fg_post_types documentation page for details.

Customizing the Media Manager

The media manager can be customized in sevearl ways. See the fg_show_sidebar and fg_use_legacy_selection filter documentation pages for details.

Want to Help?

I’d love some help with internationalization. It was working at one point, but drivingralle did that code because I don’t really understand it, and I’m not sure it’s still working.

Zrzuty ekranu

  • Initial metabox, no images in the gallery.
  • Metabox with images selected and added.


There are two ways to install this plugin.


  1. Upload the featured-galleries folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Go to the 'Plugins’ menu in WordPress, find 'Featured Galleries’ in the list, and select 'Activate’.

Through the WP Repository:

  1. Go to the 'Plugins’ menu in WordPress, click on the 'Add New’ button.
  2. Search for 'Featured Galleries’. Click 'Install Now’.
  3. Return to the 'Plugins’ menu in WordPress, find 'Featured Galleries’ in the list, and select 'Activate’.

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Installation Instructions

There are two ways to install this plugin.


  1. Upload the featured-galleries folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Go to the 'Plugins’ menu in WordPress, find 'Featured Galleries’ in the list, and select 'Activate’.

Through the WP Repository:

  1. Go to the 'Plugins’ menu in WordPress, click on the 'Add New’ button.
  2. Search for 'Featured Galleries’. Click 'Install Now’.
  3. Return to the 'Plugins’ menu in WordPress, find 'Featured Galleries’ in the list, and select 'Activate’.
What is the point of this?

I was tasked to update a Featured Projects page for a client website. Projects were a custom post type, and the page displaying them used a special WP_Query. Each Project had a featured image. The client wanted each to have several images that could be clicked through with arrows. I couldn’t find an easy way to accomplish this, so I built it from scratch. A friend suggested I abstract it into a plugin to share.

Will it be improved?

Yes. The next step on my roadmap is to figure out how to do a one time re-keying of all data to start with an underscore, so that it’s invisible.

Can I add a featured gallery to my custom post type?

Why yes you can! You don’t even have to edit the plugin to do so. There are details on how to do this in the Instructions.


So glad I’ve discovered this, there are so many bad sliders out there I was driven to make my own too. This plugin does all the heavy lifting for me.
2018-06-21 3 odpowiedzi
Cannot select multiple images upon clicking create featured gallery button – can only choose one.
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Rejestr zmian


  • Enhancement: Switched multi-select type from Library to Gallery. You no longer have to hold the SHIFT or CONTROL/COMMAND keys to select multiple items. To restore the old behavior, use the new fg_use_legacy_selection filter. See docs for details.
  • Bugfix: Fix broken details sidebar hiding filter. The details sidebar is now properly hidden again by default, and can be shown be using the fg_show_sidebar filter.
  • Under the Hood: Complete rewrite of all CSS styles. FG styles are now isolated and don’t affect other media manager modals.


  • Bugfix: Don’t run plugin logic on old versions of PHP that are incompatible.


  • Under the Hood: Complete rewrite top to bottom of all PHP and Javascript.
  • Enhancement: Improved admin preview styles to show more thumbnails in less space.
  • Enhancement: Added documentation for public API function into Readme.
  • Enhancement: Improved Readme examples.
  • Enhancement: Added No-JS fallback.
  • Enhancement: Add compatibility with the picu plugin.
  • Bugfix: Primary buttons in Media Manager now have proper labels again.
  • Change: Bumped WordPress Version Requirement to 3.8.
  • Change: Bumped PHP Version Requirement to 5.4.


  • Added missing stylesheet to hide sidebar.


  • Added filter to allow themes to show the sidebar in the media manager instance created by Featured Galleries (Sidebar is hidden by default).


  • Improved CSS styling of the backend gallery inside the metabox. Metabox is now more responsive, per request.


  • Accidentally put the version of 1.4.5 when I meant to use 1.4.4, but in change log used correct version. This bump to 1.5 restores consistency.


  • Tested with WP 4.4 and bumped up compatibility.


  • Bugfix: If get_post_gallery_ids() was called on post with empty Featured Gallery, using an array return (the default), an array containing one string (a comma) was returned instead of an empty array.


  • Bugfix: Undefined variable $oldfix when running post-MP6 versions of WordPress (3.9 and over). Props Joshuadnelson.
  • WordPress 4.2 compatibility bump.


  • Updating readme to add example code for custom post types.


  • WordPress 4.1 compatibility bump.
  • Bugfix: Margin difference between buttons on left and right in media model.
  • Bugfix: Button type and text change didn’t fire when Media model defaults to upload instead of to media library.


  • Fixed issue where the scripts required to open the Media Manager might notbe enqueued.


  • Added internationalization and German translation. Props to Drivingralle.
  • Formatting fixes to better match WordPress PHP best practices. Props Drivingralle.


  • Fixes a typo in the readme.txt file.


  • As reported in suppor thread, error messages were being thrown in WP DEBUG mode, when trying to save things unrelated to plugin. Fixes those errors.


  • More bug fixes for 3.9 and 3.5 – 3.7, to bring everything into line visually in all versions that use the media manager.


  • Bugfix, CSS background positioning missing on delete images icons in WP 3.5 – 3.7.


  • Added compatibility for WordPress 3.9 (Had to rearrange the javascript slightly).
  • Improved compatibility for WordPress 3.5 – 3.7 by using built in icon images instead of Dashicons in those versions.


  • Fixed inconsistent Markup.


  • Overhauled readme.txt to include implementation instructions and examples.


  • Slight bug was introduced in 1.1.3, get_post_gallery_ids() won’t work.


  • Added a new argument to get_post_gallery_ids(), allowing it to return only the first image in the gallery.


  • Minor bug fix update. If used opened, closed, and then reopened the gallery selector, the back button would appear incorrectly. Skipping 1.1.1 because that is a silly version number.


  • Completely screwed up commits for 1.0.0 and 1.0.1, and copied the entire folder instead of trunk. Fixed now.


  • Minor update, fixed a CSS bug where buttons were incorrectly small on mobile (< 783px) screens.


  • First public version. Added support for WP’s Preview Changes functionality. Accomplished this be using two pieces of metadata.


  • Initial test version sent to WP for submission.