In this gallery example you have to be logged in to be able to vote and upload. You can login after registration or login directly via Google sign in button.
Login form example
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An example page how Google sign in button works. Contest Gallery offers cg_google_sign_in shortcode in the PRO version.
After signing in via Google button a WordPress user account will be registered, user will be logged in and then able to vote and upload. If user has already an account ending with @googlemail.com then user will be directly logged in using Google sign in button. After login via Google this text will disappear.
The photo contest is over
You have already voted for this picture
You have already used all your votes
Your picture upload was successful
Note for first time Contest Gallery user:
This text can be configurated in "Edit options" > "Upload options" > "In gallery upload form configuration"
"Automatically activate users images after frontend upload" can be activated/deactivated in "Edit options" >>> "Upload options"
You have to be registered and logged in to upload your images in this gallery example. You can register and login or login directly via Google sign in button.
This text is visible until first image appears in the gallery.
This text can be configurated in "Edit options" >>> "Gallery view options" >>> "This text is visible until first image appears in the gallery"