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  • #12921

    Hi, I’m having some issues with the Flexible Grid/Masonry Galleries on my site.

    1. The gallery does not show all the pictures, it only shows a certain amount, then the rest do not show up. If I were to change the gallery style to 3 column, they would all appear.

    Here is an example: http://www.veroulis.gr/portfolio-item/%CE%B3%CE%B1%CE%BC%CE%BF%CF%82-2/

    I am using that gallery as the background as well, you can press “hide content & side bar” and see that there are 36 photos in total, but when you go back to the Flexible Masonry gallery, it doesn’t appear to be showing the last 16 or so.

    But in this portfolio item its all ok http://www.veroulis.gr/portfolio-item/%CE%B3%CE%AC%CE%BC%CE%BF%CF%82-1/

    I Don’t know why happens this

    #77170

    any answer ???

    #77171

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    #77172

    HI,

    You might not know this but the load for the images triggered by scrolling – so when you scroll down it will load them in batches of 10’s.

    This of course can be changed to a higher number but will impact on page loading.

    The only reason it looks not so great on your page is that you have lots of landscape-wideformat images and they don’t take up as much space as portrait-tallformat images.

    Here is the code to edit to increase the amount of images that pre-load and per scroll-

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    Dude

    Administrator

    You can increase the item count to a very high value – open up includes/helper-slideshow.php and replace:

    function display($itemcount=10)

    with eg:

    function display($itemcount=100)

    Because of performance reasons I’d keep the value low though.

    Here is a link to where it was asked by someone else

    http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/flexible-masonry-gallery-auto-load

    #77173

    Hi!

    Thanks triffid for helping us out :)

    Best regards,

    Peter

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