NextGEN Gallery Latest Beta

Currently there is no public beta. Please download the official version from

nextgen-betaThis page makes available our latest beta version in between official releases.

IMPORTANT: THIS IS A MILDLY TESTED BETA: This is a beta, which means we haven't fully tested it. We know it fix certain issues, but it may introduce some others. You should only update to the beta version if you are comfortable manually updating and managing your site via FTP.

ISSUES WITH THE BETAS? If you have problems after updating to the latest beta, you can always roll back to an earlier version. Again, don't uninstall. See our rollback guide. We would also appreciate if you would submit a bug report.

UPDATING FROM BETAS TO FINAL RELEASE: We are numbering/versioning these betas so that if you install them, when we do finally push out a public release, you'll be able to auto-update from your WordPress dashboard like normal.

WHAT'S FIXED? Here is a list of fixes included latest beta that are not in the latest public official release. Again, to see what was included in other recent releases, see our blog announcements for the latest official release.

= V2.0.75 - 02.23.2015 =
* Fixed: Compatibility checks for very old versions of NextGEN Pro
* Fixed: Zero-byte downloads in WooCommerce and WPE-Commerce
* Fixed: Invalid URL being enqueued if a custom lightbox is selected with no URL provided
* Fixed: Restored a method to nggAdmin to fix compatibility with NextGen Public Uploader
* Fixed: Bug preventing source='recent' from displaying images in the correct order
* Fixed: Include more quotation symbols in our shortcode manager (foreign language shortcodes)
* Fixed: WPML/ATP compatibility issue
* Fixed: $nggdb->get_gallery() returning a different result than before

We recommend that you do a FULL backup of your site, database and server files before installing the beta.

HOW TO INSTALL? To install this beta:

  1. Download the latest beta and unzip it on your computer. You'll get a nextgen-gallery folder.
  2. Deactivate NextGEN Gallery on your website (again, don't uninstall, just deactivate please).
  3. Connect to your site via FTP (we suggest using Filezilla), and navigate to /wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery
  4. Upload the new files from the nextgen-gallery folder on your computer (left-local) to the nextgen-gallery folder on your website (right-remote). If prompted, overwrite the existing files.
  5. Once the upload is complete, reactivate NextGEN Gallery.

We Strongly Recommend Running Betas On Test/Staging Sites Only - NOT Live Sites