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  • Resolved yessoftmk

    (@yessoftmk)


    Hi, themplate – hello elementor. Tryed switch template – not help.

    What could be the problem?

    Thanks

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    Thread Starter yessoftmk

    (@yessoftmk)

    sory, I forgot….

    disable maintenanse….

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by yessoftmk.

    So it seems you’re using the Elementor page builder plugin to build the page.

    I’m not familiar with Elementor, and I don’t know if it has any visual controls in the editor to fix this gallery layout issue (without using custom CSS code).

    But you can use the following custom CSS code (APPEARANCE => CUSTOMIZE => ADDITIONAL CSS) to fix the problem:

    figure.gallery-item {
    display: inline-block;
    }

    Good luck!

    Thread Starter yessoftmk

    (@yessoftmk)

    thx, noe shows two column…. need 3..

    I understand, – if I increase my page container with – https://i.imgur.com/I7QcEvs.png – shows 3 column…. its looks like Standard WordPress gallery not responsetive (not reduces thumbnails size)

    maybe you recomend easy/lightweight alternative for Standard WordPress gallery?

    thx, noe shows two column…. need 3..

    I understand, – if I increase my page container with – https://i.imgur.com/I7QcEvs.png – shows 3 column…. its looks like Standard WordPress gallery not responsetive (not reduces thumbnails size)

    I didn’t actually fully understand your last statement (sorry, English is not my first language 😀 )…

    But you can easily make it 3 columns by either reducing the image size, or even better, reducing the spacing (margin) around the images.

    And it should remain responsive (if your theme is responsive). In my test, reducing the left and right margins to 1em led to 3 columns on desktop, 2 columns on tablet, and 1 column on mobile.

    figure.gallery-item {
    display: inline-block;
    margin-left: 1em;
    margin-right: 1em;
    }

    maybe you recomend easy/lightweight alternative for Standard WordPress gallery?

    I prefer to stick with native WordPress features, so I don’t have personal experience with any gallery plugins that I could recommend. Very sorry about that.

    Thread Starter yessoftmk

    (@yessoftmk)

    English is not my first language 😀 )…

    me too ))

    But you can easily make it 3 columns by either reducing the image size, or even better, reducing the spacing (margin) around the images.

    I understand, work, thanks

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