Currently, WooThumbs has 1 shortcode
woothumbs-gallery. This shortcode will display the gallery of a product. It can be used like so:
[woothumbs-gallery id="99"] where 99 is the ID of your product. If you omit the
id parameter, it will attempt to inherit the ID of the current product.
If you use this for variable products and require that the images change when selecting a final variation, then the shortcode contents and the variations form should be wrapped in a container with a class of
WooThumbs for WooCommerce
Enable zoom, sliders, video, fullscreen, multiple images per variation, and customisable layout options for your product imagery.
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