Is there any method of auto-cropping available, to create galleries where thumbnails are all the same size, like this, for example? http://cbdmh.org/summer-fieldwork-2013/
Have you tried with the Masonry Gallery element?
Thanks, I hadn’t tried that, and it’s close, but I need something I can put in the body area of pages — not a full-width header, so to speak.
Have you tried just using the WordPress gallery element? See: http://www.kriesi.at/themes/enfold/shortcodes/gallery/
I was thinking about that! Thanks, but what I’ve been able to get by with in this case is using the 180×180 square option for the thumbnail sizes — http://cbdmh.info/training/summer-fieldwork-2013/ (about to take this site live, at which point the url will switch to http://cbdmh.org/training/summer-fieldwork-2013/). These are scaled up a bit, at the full width. It’d be great if the 300×300 thumb option worked the same way — that’d probably handle almost any need like this, it seems.
You can change the thumbnail size on Settings > Media > Thumbnail size to 200x200px. Regenerate the thumbnails using this plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/
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