Top Free Image Extensions /Addons for DokuWiki
When it comes to Dokuwiki Image Plugins there are simply more than you can count on all 20 digits. There are jQuery based slideshow plugins, popup viewer plugins, image magnifier plugins and much more which make your DokuWiki experience rewarding and unforgettable. Some of these plugins let you create images with just a reflection and the new image is available only through a cache and do not affect the original one at all. The magnifier plugins allow magnification of specific images by rendering a loop over smaller sized images which contain the full, larger image which can be revealed by hovering over the smaller image parts. A very easy and next way to organize your images would be to create numbered references to your images and tables in your texts by creating unique reference names.
There are several others which allow users to attach images via simple cut and paste method in Chrome. They will also aid you to export single or multiple DokuWiki images and pages into one LaTeX file which exports all media in a ZIP archive. These images can be further protected by adding a watermark to them while preserving the original images. They allow Flickr-like annotated plugins, pop-up of whole pages rather than just the images from your websites and much more. These plugins are compatible with most of the DocuWiki versions and most importantly do not slow down the original pages, which makes them extremely desirable to experts. BestPlugins has a huge, working repertoire of the best Dokuwiki Image Plugins waiting to be checked out.