I’m trying to get the same result as on this page:
It’s the masonry below “see our latest work” – How do i get some elements to fill two rows or coulmns.
Can you please send over your site URL and login credentials so I can personally check how you have set up your page?
As I checked, you are using the Grid Gallery element. You just need to change it to either the ‘Post Masonry Grid’ or ‘Masonry Media Grid’ element to copy the same layout for the images.
I’ve now tried to use both the ‘Post Masonry Grid’ and ‘Masonry Media Grid’ element, but I still can’t get the same layout as http://you.acoda.com/responsive-wordpress-theme/home-clean/#
What more am I doing wrong ?
It looks like a Grid Gallery element will also do as long as the ‘Masonry’ option is enabled.
Masonry is actually dependent on the available vertical space and the next image will try to fill the space, so there basically The images on your page are roughly the same dimension, that is why the masonry effect is not as evident.
I recreated the gallery using a number of images on portrait mode which will give you a better idea of the effect here: http://testarea.acoda.com/you/home-clean/
And here is another example: http://testarea.acoda.com/you/5391-2/
I used the Grid Gallery grid and just enabled Masonry. The big images are larger than the other images, thus they occupy bigger spaces.
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