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Site URL: https://020cine.com/videos

On my site I am trying to change the size of the projects on my portfolio page (you click on the image to lead you into the project). I would like to have three in a row rather than two (I attached a photo so you can see what I mean). When I click the edit/pencil icon I'm not sure which option allows me to change the size. Thanks. (I'm using 7.1, Personal Plan and Gates).

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The 3 items are video inserts (that's what I want the projects to look like). What I meant is that on my /videos page I have a section in which it is a gallery of my projects and I want to change the size of the thumbnails (of the project). I've attached two photos which will hopefully explain my query better.

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On 5/29/2020 at 12:17 PM, chandlerbing said:

I am trying to change the size of the projects on my portfolio page. I would like to have three in a row rather than two.

To adjust the number of columns on a Squarespace 7.1 Portfolio page:

  • Click EDIT
  • Click the Pencil icon within the Projects grid
  • Edit the number of columns (see screenshot video below)
  • Save your changes

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