I am using the Response Gallery on a site with need for a high number of images. The loading time is a concern. Is there any way to have a Pre-Loader or a standing Image while the Gallery is loading just to keep people from Navigating away from the page before the Gallery is known to exist.
I am working on dachadecor.co.uk and have encountered a problem with the Response Gallery. Having decided to place a gallery on my home page, I deleted existing images in the home page's WYSIWYG and added my new ones. This, unfortunately, led to a mixture of the existing images and the new ones, even though I'd removed them. Using my own unique brand of dopey logic, I went into the ftp and deleted the culprit files. Now there's just 'spaces' where they were. I'd appreciate any pointers.
Hello, I have been using the wonderful Response Gallery on my site. It is a pleasure to implement and to behold, and beautifully responsive whenever I get a chance to try it out on mobile devices. However I could not find a way to manipulate the position on the page. Are there any settings I may have overlooked that would let me align the gallery, e.g. to the left, or change its overall dimensions? Any hints would be much appreciated. Yours faithfully, Jan.
P.S.: (I cannot find the Response Gallery on the "Topic Prefix" dropdown menu, so I chose Action Map, arbitrarily. I hope you still get this message and can perhaps fix the "Topic Prefix" list - at least I think Response Gallery is a straight forward Pagelines section, it has all the hallmarks...)
I am hoping there is a simple explanation, but I cant seem to find the problem here.
There is a standard wordpress gallery, with three images in it, that you can see. As a logged in user, I see the standard PageLines section message that shows when there needs to be further configuration. But I think I have it all configured.