In the 3D gallery, (as opposed to the ‘Stage Gallery’ for example), all text is contained in the box that appears when you scroll over the picture and click the ‘i’ making the 90 degree rotation happen.
I’ll assume it is to do with the fact that in the 3D gallery, the text is static and the pictures flowing….. and that would look odd when the picture tumbles/spins
The way round it if you want, is use to photoshop or whatever to write the text onto the actual image, then upload that and put it into your dedicated 3D gallery slide set, but you’d need to have the image sized properly.
Then the text will tumble/spin beautifully with the picture, and being in a dedicated slide set, it won’t conflict with the original picture, (without the text), posted elsewhere on your website.
That’s too bad!
This is a perfect example of what I am suggesting, and beautifully done: http://broadstoneclinic.co.uk/
The link in blue, ‘Click here to read more’ is merely text photoshopped onto the image – it’s the whole picture is the actual hyperlink that has been placed as part of the dedicated ‘Slider Set’.
That image will have the same effect in a 3D gallery.
It looks fantastic.
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