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.
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.
I just purchased the response gallery, which is an option within my section. I added it to a template, and then went to the page that uses that template. The response gallery is there. I then added a gallery to the page content, but the response gallery does not appear on the page. On the page, it states response gallery but under it it just states Not enough images in page media library."
I have at least nine images in the gallery that I inserted into the page. Please help me.
My website is www.thecornishes.com