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rGRAYphotog

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  1. You're right. Should be much more control available for those of us who want it... Hmm.. that is a clever way to go around it... Thanks for the idea.
  2. Oh nice. I see what you're doing now. I would like the landscape images to be full bleed at the same time. But I guess maybe we can't have the best of both worlds... Lol. Thanks for sharing!
  3. That doesn’t really work with a gallery block, as it’s like a collection of images, so you can’t add spacers to individual images... I thought of using Photoshop and save the portrait images as a landscape image, but with white borders. BUT... that only looks good for desktop browsers. It looks a bit horrendous on mobile.
  4. Thank you for this, @tuanphan... It does help reduce the width of the images, but it is reducing the width of all the images... Can we specify change for only the portrait oriented images? Or is that too specific? Thank you for your time.
  5. Anybody figured out how to control the width of portrait oriented images when doing full bleed? Or is it not possible?
  6. Hi @tuanphan, Did you have a chance to check this out? Is controlling the size of the portrait-oriented images in 7.1 something that can be executed? Thank you for your time, Rudy
  7. Hi @tuanphan Sorry if I didn't specify more... The portfolio page displays the portrait oriented images fine on mobile, but on desktop, the portrait oriented images require scrolling to see the complete image, because the width of the image is full-bleed. So I have been trying to look up a way to not full-bleed vertically oriented images. Do you know anything about this? This is my page: https://www.rgrayphotography.com/portfolio/seniors-teens This is another photog's page, where he has his portrait images centered on the page instead of full-bleed: http://www.matthernandezcreative.com/guys Thank you!
  8. @rwp... Thank you for your reply. If you'd scroll down this page, you will see a bunch of landscape-oriented shots. Those fit as they should. Then you will see a couple of portrait-oriented shots. Would like to see these to be the same height as the others so that a viewer can see the full image without having to scroll down. https://www.rgrayphotography.com/portfolio/seniors-teens
  9. Hi @bxilef and @EMRgr... Did you find a solution to this? I am looking to limit the height of portrait images so that they can be viewed in their entirety when a user is scrolling through my gallery. https://www.rgrayphotography.com/portfolio/seniors-teens Thank you!
  10. Hi, have you found a solution to this? I was hoping to limit the height of all images to be displayed. Thank you.
  11. Thank you - my website address is rgrayphotography.com (it's still migrating over from Photobiz, so it might not show the Squarespace site yet)
  12. Hi, is it possible to add a link to the the image that was added in the footer? Thank you!
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