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Gallery view options for individual pages



Site URL: https://www.benhughesphotography.com/


I'm trying to find a way to set the "Initial gallery view" for individual pages/galleries.


For most of my work I like the overview look and so I have the Gallery Options set to "Initial Gallery view: Thumbnails" and my Home page set to slide show to display a single image.

But I have a photo project that I would like to display in a slide show format when you click on the page and not show all of the thumbnails first. I can't come up with a way to do so as using the Gallery options changes every gallery on the site.

Is there anything I can inject into that specific gallery to force the initial view to be slide show?

I have had a search around the internet and so far haven't been able to find anything.

The template I use is Wells

The page I am trying to work on is currently hidden at the moment but it looks like all of the other gallery pages on the site

Any help would be appreciated.



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I did this code for a client. Can't remember clearly what their website is. Just remember one thing you can solve with with CSS + jQuery

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Hi there.

Having the same issue. What would the CSS override be to define gallery pages displaying images as either thumbnails or single image?  I am almost sure I used to have this set on my site, but somehow it is now only one or the other.  Please help!

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Any thoughts on this question?

I would like all of my Wells galleries to open as a Slideshow except for one; which I would like to open as Thumbnails. I would like to know if Custom CSS can direct only one gallery page to open with Thumbnails.

Thank you all for your time!



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