Sharp Gallery is a powerful and customizable grid based image gallery. What is characteristic is that the content is displayed and functions within this grid. The thumbs are bigger and prettier and contribute to the design. The big images are opened in place, within the grid, connected to the thumbs themselves. Coupled with other design elements and effects, this creates a beautiful look and a great functionality.
Here are some of the other important features of this gallery:
The gallery comes with a large number of options that allows it to be customized in a wide number of different ways.
It can have various designs, functions, sizes and, hopefully, it can both look and function as you want it to.
Comes with 16 templates
It comes with a number of 16 templates that showcase different ways of configuring the gallery and provide a starting point in customizing it.
These are available to open, preview and customize from the Examples page.
Easy to work with and implement
The gallery has been designed to be as simple as possible to install, customize and work with.
Installing it requires simply copying the HTML code and the assets folder. And the available settings makes it easy to customize it in different ways.
It is fully responsive, all of the content resizes based on the available space and it displays well on different screen sizes and devices.
CSS3 animations with JS fallback
Cross browser support
It is supported on all popular browsers, both on computers and mobille devices as well on popular older browsers.
30 JS settings
All of the available JS settings and their meanings can be previewed right now in the guide at this link.
16 CSS settings
There are also 16 CSS seettings available. These are classes that you attach to HTML elements in order to change different things about the look of the gallery. Some examples include: a slim thumb border, a plain text background or a dark gallery background.
All of the available CSS settings and their meanings can be previewed in the guide at this link.
Easy to edit CSS and JS code
The CSS code can be edited to change anything about the gallery look that you want and the JS source code can be edited as well to change anything about the functionality that you want. Both have been logically organized to follow the structure of the gallery, the code was made simple and clear so that it is easy to pick up, understand and modify.
Detailed guide and instructions
The gallery comes with a detailed guide that containes all of the information that you need to know when working with it. It gives complete instructions about how to install and customize the gallery as well as how to contact me if you have any questions or any problems.
The guide is available to preview right now at this link.
Source files included
I am available for support in case you have any questions, problems or need any help implementing the gallery.
The guide gives instructions on how to contact me and I will do my best to respond as soon as possible.
All future developments and updates to the gallery will be completely free once you have bought the project one time.
After an update is made, the changes are documented on the description page and when you download the project files, you wil receive the new and updates ones.
Feedback and requests
I am very interested in hearing feedback and suggestions from people on how to improve the gallery and what new features to develop and I will do my best to make them happen.
If you have any feedback, suggestions or requests, please feel free to contact me and tell me about them.
Future developments and updates to the gallery will be posted here and the files will be free for anyone who has purchased the gallery at any time.
9 March 2017:
- Fixed a problem that was causing the images not to show properly in the Safari browser.