Ability to set the number of images per row and spacing in between images
Please please please, yes please
Image grid module is almost great, but I feel pretty crippled by the algorithm that stacks & sort assets within. Working around by sequencing individual modules, but wish I could keep images in continuous scroll-through sets while stacking them more intentionally. Seems like settings would be fairly easy to incorporate; please highlight need? Thanks!
Please implement this. It's a standard feature on other sites - Smugmug etc. I need this feature to remain on Portfolio.
Barry Reynolds commented
The image sharpness is lost as it’s a scaled web image rather than actual size. This also allows people to copy the full size image
Also, the ability to change or constrain the grid images HEIGHT and show the full size when click! I just turned my site and I'm really liking it, but I can't control the grids. I think a set ratio could make our grids previews look cleaner.
Ray Markov commented
That's the only thing that i want.
MASONRY GRID! On galleries, too!
This is a deal-breaking missing feature. Quite surpised I doesn't exist yet.
At a bare minimum either have an option to set a rigid column count (Like in the settings for Page Covers>Layout Options)
a setting to set image "large-ness" that bias the size of the images larger or smallar than the current setting in the grid. Eg, large-ness at 100% tells it to put the widest image at 100% width of the grid, and all other images scaled up in display size. Lower "large-ness" settings allow it to alter the percived column count from 1 to however small desired. This is more ideal as it should handle mixed aspect ratios better than fixed column counts and should reflow better for different screen sizes.
I'd also like the option to switch between the current grid, a masonry layout, or thumbnails that are all the same size.
Loïc Bellemare-Alford commented
This is a must have feature for creative portfolios. It is not normal that we have no control of the number of images per row (or minimum size of an image).