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Resize height of Gallery Block to line up with block beside it


bigpoppapaul

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Site URL: https://grouse-seal-j62k.squarespace.com/team

Hi all, so I shelled out for a plugin to get Gallery Blocks back in 7.1 as it was necessary for what I needed to do. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to resize it so it's the same height as the video block to the left of it. I did manage to resize the block itself with some CSS, but then the pictures in the slideshow didn't resize with the block so I removed the code. I'm starting to understand CSS but I'm a long way from where I need to be. 

Any help would be appreciated. 

password is "prince" 

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Was this ever answered? I want to feature multiple slideshow-type gallery blocks on a single page and would like them all to line up, like a grid of slideshows. I used to easily do this with javascript/css/html and I can't make it work well on squarespace.

website is https://solaria-production.squarespace.com/gallery

password is Solaria

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12 hours ago, bekaRoo said:

Was this ever answered? I want to feature multiple slideshow-type gallery blocks on a single page and would like them all to line up, like a grid of slideshows. I used to easily do this with javascript/css/html and I can't make it work well on squarespace.

website is https://solaria-production.squarespace.com/gallery

password is Solaria

No, it was never answered. I just played the crop and scale game until I got it right. Which wasn't fun, but did what I needed. 

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On 3/13/2021 at 12:25 AM, bigpoppapaul said:

No, it was never answered. I just played the crop and scale game until I got it right. Which wasn't fun, but did what I needed. 

This is what I ended up doing to over 200 images. Awesome.

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