Thumbnail Viewer works with the following image formats: png, gif, jpeg, jpg, bmp.
- Extract thumbnail-viewer folder from downloaded file to wp-contents/plugins/.
- Go to Plugins section in WordPress dashboard and activate Thumbnail Viewer.
- That’s it!
- Now all you need to do is add rel=thumbnail to any link tag surrounding your thumbnail. You’ll do this when you’re editing a post or page, you can also use the quicktag button for auto-insertion goodness.
If you come across anything broken or have any issues, please report problems at Github.
Please take a look at the FAQ before posting questions, your question is probably answered there. There’s also some screenshots for those interested, or you can just see the thing in action right here, just click one of the thumbnails below:
The effect you see above was created by this plugin by putting the following HTML in this page:
<a href="http://www.longren.org/images/corn.jpg" rel="thumbnail" title="Some Corn"><img src="//www.longren.org/images/cornThumbnail.jpg" width="129" height="96" alt="Some Corn" /></a>
<a href="http://www.longren.org/images/crackerJacks.jpg" rel="thumbnail" title="Some Cracker Jacks!"><img src="//www.longren.org/images/crackerJacksThumbnail.jpg" width="98" height="123" alt="Some Cracker Jacks" /></a>
<a href="http://www.longren.org/images/peas.jpg" rel="thumbnail" title="Some Peas In A Pod"><img src="//www.longren.org/images/peasThumbnail.jpg" width="145" height="96" alt="Some Peas" /></a>