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Old Feb 19, 2013, 10:52 AM   #1
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Content managed gallery/slideshow?

Trying to figure something out and thought the web dev brains here might have some ideas. I'm primarily a designer and do some front end development, I know HTML/CSS proficiently and can hack apart Wordpress well enough to create a full site from a vanilla theme but my dev skills don't extend much past implementing some jquery.

I'm looking at doing a site for an architect who understandably wants to do a project/gallery section. The thought is to have something like a grid of clickable thumbnails, selecting one would bring up project details (name, location, short paragraph blurb) and a big photo with 2-4 more clickable thumbnail photos.

The implementation of that itself isn't tough, but the client brought up the idea of something that would be content managed so that they could upload a new project themselves. Any thoughts on the most straightforward way to create this? I'm not opposed to a commercial solution if that's the best option and am open to developing something in any CMS, just trying to see what the possibilities might be. Thanks!
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