September 15, 2015 at 10:56 pm #84080
I hope all is well 🙂
I’m wondering if you can help…. I like the back end editor grid gallery style the way the images all seem to inter lock (meet each other)…
The VC grid gallery seems more formal and a lot of white space (for want of a better description)
I would like to be able to place the back end editor grid gallery style after an image header and a short text paragraph is this possible..?
If yes please would you point me in the right direction
KirstenSeptember 16, 2015 at 6:14 pm #84103
I’m not sure what you mean? You can change the padding option with the Grid Gallery. Do you have a link to the example please.September 16, 2015 at 9:40 pm #84108
mmm thought you may not understand me!
I’m messing about behind the scenes of my website so I don’t have a live page to show… I’m really not sure if I can explain my self properly
This is the grid I really like – http://acoda.com/epix/grid/ It’s the first one on this page
Firstly I’d like to add at the top of my page an image or a stage gallery then I would like to add a text box (I can do this )
After that I would like to add the grid style http://acoda.com/epix/grid/ (the first one)
I only seem to be able to add this style of grid if I use the backend editor grid – which adds the galley to the top of the page only (as far as I can see)
If I use the Front end editor the images seem to have a lot of white space around them and a slightly more formal feel
I’ll send a link privately and hope you understand my ramblings!
KirstenSeptember 16, 2015 at 9:54 pm #84110This reply has been marked as private.September 17, 2015 at 9:09 am #84114
I’ve created a page for you here: http://www.kirstenplatt.co.uk/test/
In order to make it full width, I changed the Row > Stretch > to Stretch Row and Content. Then added a Grid Gallery and increased the image sizes.
Now you can place other content above or below it. I hope that helps?September 17, 2015 at 9:14 am #84115
Ooooh Thank you so much Andy I’ll go and have a play…. didn’t expect that! Thanks again Kirsten 🙂September 17, 2015 at 9:55 am #84117
Love it! 🙂 but I now need the Ajax lazy load to work…. sorry for being a pain 🙁
KirstenSeptember 17, 2015 at 11:15 am #84124
No problem. You can enable Ajax lazy load by editing the Grid Gallery I’ve implemented and select the option for it. That should do it?September 24, 2015 at 2:00 pm #84280
I’m back working on the website and the grid gallery looks fab!
Until I add the lazy load etc… The pictures are no longer the same size I’m sure it’s just a bit of code changing I’ve tried… but not succeeded 🙁
The page I’m working on is ‘Helen and Sam’s Wedding Gallery’ (not live)
Also what size would I need to input if I wished it to be 4 across in stead of 3? I can see it says 700 x700
I’d just like to see what it looks like.
Thanks again for your support it’s very much appreciated
KirstenSeptember 28, 2015 at 9:38 am #84348
I’ve managed to suss out how to make the images on the grid gallery 4 across 525 x 525,
However I’m still struggling with the Ajax lazy load
The initial load eg 12 are perfectly square no problem
Click load more
The grid becomes no longer squares and when a portrait image appears it becomes very disjointed leaving lots of white spaces?
Thanks KirstenSeptember 29, 2015 at 8:29 am #84360
Sorry for the delay, can you post your FTP details please, I’ll see what maybe causing it and provide a fix directly on your site.September 29, 2015 at 9:13 am #84367This reply has been marked as private.September 30, 2015 at 5:38 pm #84389
Is that definitely your FTP details, they look like your WordPress login details.September 30, 2015 at 5:43 pm #84392
mmm I guess I’m not sure what FTP means, I guessed they were my log in details
So what is the FTP aagh I feel so silly having to ask
KirstenSeptember 30, 2015 at 5:45 pm #84393
I’m just asking the guy who hosts my web 🙂
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