SmugMug is a popular photo sharing portal and website builder application where one can store and showcase photo galleries. The product itself is really good but when it comes to the user who are also having a WordPress based blog or other site, it becomes difficult to bring those photos to the blog. SliderVilla Sliders are capable of showcasing SmugMug Photo Galleries using the RSS Feed of the gallery itself. Our sliders bridges the gap between these two awesome platform and allow you to showcase the SmugMug gallery on your WordPress blog using the best responsive slider designs of SliderVilla WordPress slider plugins and our powerful RSS Feed Add-on.

First of all you need to get the RSS Feed of your personal gallery on SmugMug To do that just scroll down to the bottom of the page on SmugMug site and there you can see a symbol or Feed. From there you can select either RSS or Atom Feed. The slider add-on works with both type of feed but I prefer RSS format.


You need have RSS Feed Add-on plugin installed on your WordPress and choose between any of our 18 different slider plugins. Once you have both of these two plugins installed on your WordPress blog, use the shortcode as below to have the slider of your SmugMug Photo Gallery.

[svrssfeed feedurl="" src="smugmug" slider="foto" set="1" id="1" title="Travel Photography"]

As you can see, the feedurl parameter is having the URL of the RSS feed copied from SmugMug. You can change the other parameters as per your requirement.

Here is the demo of Foto Slider with SmugMug Gallery photos.

In the above example, I have shown the demo of Foto Slider. You can mention the name of any of our slider plugin in the shortcode and get SmugMug gallery with that particular slider. The only requirement is to have that slider plugin installed and active on your WordPress site. YOu can control height, width, effects and the complete look of the slider from its settings page.

RSS Feed Add-on along with any SliderVilla Slider plugin can embed a slider with images from Flickr, 500px etc. You can also embed a slider of recent articles from websites like CNN, Mashable, NY Times etc. and from all the websites which are having RSS or atom feed. For more information, please read the documentation of RSS Feed Add-on from SliderVilla.

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