How do I control the lightbox effect on the plugin "popthumbs"? On mobile, it opens up much to small then when expanded it opens to large. I would like to control the the lightbox to like 90% of the viewer window but I can't figure out how/where to control that.
I am trying to achieve a gallery (Envira Gallery plugin) that spans the full width of a page, within Platform 5 theme. Can't figure it out.
The page should look roughly like this: www.frankrevi.photography/envira/favorites-2 (maybe minus the title, that's another story). This is a standalone gallery page and not part of my site. Nothing links to it.
But instead it is this on the real page: www.frankrevi.photography/favorites.
Currently I have the gallery in a Pagelines Framework Content section. My framework content wrap is set to unwrapped full width. I'm using all 12 columns. In Pagelines Settings, my Layout/Nav Content Width is set to 100%.
How can I get the gallery on the real page URL to be the full page width please?
By King Creative Design+
Hi, I'm trying to show thumbnails on aggregate pages like category, archives etc., and hide thumbnails on single post pages. I have searched the Pagelines forum and followed some of the instructions given to other users with no luck. Below are two links, one is to a single post, and the other is an archive list. Right now the thumbnails are turned off in the WP postloop.
Both pages are on separate templates, and I tried setting the single post page to loccal and it still seems to keep the thumbnail option as a global setting.
SINGLE BLOG PAGE - http://liesegardner.com/fuel/
ARCHIVE LIST - http://liesegardner.com/2015/07/
Thanks for your attention,
One thing I'd really like to see asap is a gallery plugin the same as multigram in DMS. Actually I'd like to see Multigram replicated for instagram feed but also another version for standard media.
I haven't found a plugin in wordpress that looks as good as this anywhere!
Hi there, wondering if there is a way to hide or turn off the flipper thumbnails, so all you have are the blog titles (and dates)? I've searched and haven't seen this question asked before. Thanks!