Hey there !
I’ve been trying to fix this little issue for a few hours now, trying to pinpoint exactly where the problem lies… with little to no success ^^’
My main page is just a simple grid gallery, with a slideset of various images as a source. Everyone of them are portraits, and have the same image size, except one, which is landscape format. This last one doesn’t match the ratio/size of other images, and appears much smaller ; I’ve been trying to change ratios, sizes, messed with a few options in the post/gallery config as well as in slide set custom option … with no result, yet !
Here is the website : http://www.studio-noirfluo.fr
Have I missed an option, somewhere ? Any ideas on how to fix this ? I need to update my portfolio with several landscape format images, and just can’t do it with this problem around.
Thanks a lot for any answer !
Thanks for the answer, Tom !
I tried messing around with image height/width options (in the “Add Gallery” tab, in Home post) for the last half hour, but with no results ; landscapes still look very small compared to the portrait images.
Any other idea on what might be the problem ?
Thanks for your time !
I have removed the landscape image for now, and build an other page for testing stuff related to this problem ; here it is : http://www.studio-noirfluo.fr/test/
Landscape images are still too small, but the Image height/width option now work, for a reason I can’t grasp.
Here’s what I’m seeing for this gallery, so you can compare with the link above : http://adobe.ly/1qy8hru
(oh, and this is what I was talking about when I mentioned “Add Gallery” tab in post, just in case : http://adobe.ly/1wAEmBS )
Ideally, I’d like the landscapes to be a bit bigger, without altering too much the portraits image size. (a bit like on the live-preview of ePix on ThemeForest)
Thanks a lot !
The reason why the landscape images on the demo are wider is because there is 3 columns instead of 4. The widths are restricted within the columns and cannot bleed over so the width of the landscape images cannot be increased.
I recommend using 3 columns instead of 4 to gain wider images.
Hope this helps.
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