Portfolio columns

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  • #46052
    theinnerground
    Member

    Hello,
    I just purchased the Studio theme.
    I hope to have a portfolio on the home page as it is shown on the example site with 3 columns. Is there a way to do this? Right now, it only allows me to have 2 columns with photos too large.
    Another idea I had was to create a gallery, but I need to somehow link the images or expand them somehow. I want a description to open for each of the images in the gallery on the home page.
    Can you make any suggestions for this? I can add changes via css.
    My example is using stock photos, not my real images; I am just testing the look first: http://www.theinnerground.wordpress.com

    Thank you!

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    #46263
    burnsmunro
    Member

    Hey there!

    Studio displays three columns of posts on portfolio pages when the available width of the browser window is at least 1271px. It collapses to two columns at widths smaller than this.

    Using Jetpack you can create galleries on pages and individual posts.
    http://jetpack.me/support/tiled-galleries/

    Cheers!
    Connor

    #46345
    theinnerground
    Member
    Original poster

    Thanks,
    I see now, and will also check out jetpack!

    I have another question:
    Why aren’t the posts showing up on my posts page? I have the front as a static page, and ‘blog’ as the posts page. I would like all the posts to show up on this page not as a gallery, but as a running blog.
    http://theinnerground.com/blog/

    Thank you again!
    Kate

    #46352
    theinnerground
    Member
    Original poster

    Well, I see that any of the posts entered in a portfolio won’t be shown on the posts page. It is ok, I have changed things.

    But my last question is: how do I rearrange the order of the images in the portfolio? I tried changing the date already, but it didn’t work.

    Thanks again for any input!

    #46379
    burnsmunro
    Member

    Hey Kate!

    Portfolio items can be rearranged by altering their post dates. The most recent post will be shown in the top left, and the rest will follow in chronological order.

    #46390
    casagan
    Member

    A way of having portfolio posts in the normal blog feed is marking them as “sticky”.

    #46411
    theinnerground
    Member
    Original poster

    Thank you, this is helpful.

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