I've migrated a website from .com to .org with all of the content for a client. This client has a large amount of images that were previously arranged in various galleries on different pages. Some of these galleries where simply just a row with 4 or 5 images fit together, and some galleries where a large amount of images put together in a mosaic style pattern. I am trying to replicate this now that they are no longer using wp.com but I have been unable to find a plugin with the same functionality as they used to have on .com.

Is there a standard way of replicating .com functionality? Or is the plugin that is available to wp.com available to use after a site is migrated?

  • Of course it is possible to exactly replicate a site that is moved from one domain to the other. But without details (code!) of what is going wrong it is impossible to say more.
    – cjbj
    Nov 15, 2016 at 15:16

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Jetpack is the open-source plugin maintained by Automattic that provides a large amount of WordPress.com functionality to self-hosted / .org sites.

Here's an article on tiled galleries, specifically.

  • Fitting answer, but it's not entirely correct to say Jetpack is open source "version" of WP com. WP com overall is not open source. Even when they use specific plugins they might (and do) run modified versions, without releasing those modifications.
    – Rarst
    Nov 15, 2016 at 16:51

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