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Glenno

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  1. Even if you don't know how to do it, does anyone know for sure whether or not this is even possible? It has been requested for many years by different people. Squarespace Support could not answer my question to verify whether or not it's even possible. Thanks!
  2. Is it possible to use CSS or other coding to turn on the ability for users to pinch-to-zoom on images in Lightbox view on mobile devices? (It would have to be the usual zoom in/out gestures, in Lightbox mode, on a Gallery Page.) I don't understand why Squarespace still doesn't allow this. Every other website and gallery maker I know of does it, as it's a hugely useful feature for photography and art given how small mobile screens are. Thank you!
  3. Unfortunately, there's no option to do this in Squarespace, in ANY of the templates. It's a serious limitation of Squarespace. Back in Squarespace version 5 (about 8 years ago), this was possible. But it hasn't been since, for some reason. At least, not without some Custom CSS code. But even then, I haven't found a CSS solution that works reliably, or with all devices. It'd be great if someone had such a solution now. It's a deal-breaker for art and photography galleries which benefit from captions. Text should not obscure or compete with part of an image. All that said, I suppose you could try one very sloppy fix that has its own issues: re-create all of your images adding a bar of white space at the bottom of each, and then when you set captions to appear toward the bottom of an image, it'd look as if they were really below the image. But if anyone looks at the images separately, they'd have those weird bars.
  4. Since you asked for testing: On Mac (running Snow Leopard), it works in both Safari & Firefox browsers. On iPhone 5 (running current iOS, 7.1.1), it works great: your gallery text in lightbox always appears at the bottom of the screen, with the image more or less filling the screen above it. Works whether holding the phone in portrait or landscape. Links work too. Strangely, it doesn't work on an iPad 3 or 4 (current iOS, 7.1.1). When holding iPad in portrait mode, titles get partly cut off (and descriptions below don't appear). When holding it in landscape mode, no text appears at all.
  5. Coral, nice website! Looks like you've refined this even more there since posting the above. You got hyperlinks to work in the captions, and your fonts look good at that small size. Is the latter just via Heading styles, or CSS code? Do you know if there's any way to get the text to appear directly beneath each image, regardless of their size/dimensions?
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