Love ShootProof? So do we!
ShootProof crafts a beautiful platform for professional photographers to share and sell their work. Their stunning client galleries are the perfect solution for proofing photos, can be easily customized to your branding , and offer password protection and expiration dates. All of this making them one of the best sales tools for your creative business.
One of our top requests from Flo users has always been integration with proofing galleries. With our new FloLink plugin, we’re one step closer to making that happen for you guys! What can be more awesome than providing the same experience and feel for your users, be that on your website or when they preview their wedding (or other) galleries.
So what is FloLink?
Basically, we’ve created a plugin that allows you to integrate your ShootProof galleries directly to your WordPress site. Pretty neat, huh? Install the FloLink plugin, authenticate your account, sync your galleries, and choose what you want to show. Add the shortcode and have it displayed anywhere on your site. Furthermore, by using the API from ShootProof, all your passwords will still work – so no sneaky peaks for random clients.
Got you curious? Here’s how it looks like in your WordPress dashboard, and the secret password for the first gallery is “password”.
Link and Sync your galleries. Choose which galleries you want to link to WordPress, and have them showcased on your site.
Set gallery passwords and allow users to download images in the gallery section. We’ll even sync the passwords to your ShootProof account, or use existing passwords if they’re available.
Display a grid of your galleries, or showcase single galleries on any page or posts. Choose which galleries to display through our shortcode editor. All easy and simple with FloLink.
As always, let us know if you have any feedback or questions about the FloLink plugin and its integration with your Shootproof account. We hope our latest offering helps you create a more consistent feel for your website and brand. A special thank you to India Earl, for her beautiful imagery used in this demo.