A Weird Gallery Result

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  • #14458

    Roland
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    Andre:

    I apologize in advance, my clients pictures my not all be sized ideally.

    That said . . . . I’m experiencing a weird occurrence.

    Here’s the page: http://plantationshuttersfla.com/gallery/ It is set to “Page Full Width” yet delivers a page with (apparently a ) sidebar (with no sidebar showing) layout.

    I like how it is sizing and placing the pics in a perfect vertical column . . . but I just dont get it since the page is set to “Page Full Width”

    Is it simply a picture size issue?

    #18801

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    I’m going to guess this is a plugin you are using….this one is going to relate to the plugin because when you look at the source code, you see this:

    It’s making the width only 765px in width for each row.

    #18804

    Roland
    Member

    Nope, I created the gallery per your video tutorial.

    But . . . just in case I’m misinterpreting yo

    ur comment, I’ve included a list of current plug-ins on this site
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    #18805

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Actually it’s your JetPack plugin that has the Titled Gallery plugin enabled. Looks nice when it’s titled that way but my gallery styling is a column and row layout. I’ve never used the Jetpack gallery, but I believe what it does is override any other gallery styling. You will also notice when clicking on a thumbnail that it opens up with Jetpack’s own lightbox.

    #18821

    Roland
    Member

    Interesting.

    So I DE-activated jetpack and the gallery went full-width automatically, and then just for fun . . .

    I reactivated jetpack and the WordPress Gallery still holds.

    So it appears that, if we build a gallery from scratch With jetpack activated, it takes charge. But . . . if we build it before we activate jeppack, jetpack is subservient.

    Interesting.

    Thanks so much for all of your help, Andre.

    #18822

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    One of many joys of confusion with WordPress (and plugins such as JetPack). So I am guessing things are ok then, especially finding out that new info of how it functions? ….which is new to me, so thanks for the follow up details.

    #14459

    Roland
    Member

    Yes, the joys of WordPress, Plug-ins and (in this case) well-meaning clients.

    I’ve never activated jetpack before. Too many plugins create conflicts and all that, so imagine my surprise when you said it was the cause of the problem. :ohmy:

    And thanks so much for your help. The gallery looks gorgeous now.

    ~R

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