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Site URL: https://shop.jonathan-gallagher.com

I have a gallery carousel, Brine,  that changes the number of images visible depending on the screen width.

I'd like one image to always be on the carousel when first viewed. It would be simple enough if this was always the first image, on the left of page, however that's not the case here.

For example, I'd like it to be at position 6 out of 6 on desktop, and going down to position 3 out of 3 on phones.

I was planning to use a reorder css, and have tried to find a "child" parameter in the inspect css, but no luck.

e.g

   .carousel image:nth-of-type(6) {
    order: 3;
  }

 

Any help greatly appreciated

 

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4 hours ago, JonJonJon said:

Site URL: https://shop.jonathan-gallagher.com

I have a gallery carousel, Brine,  that changes the number of images visible depending on the screen width.

I'd like one image to always be on the carousel when first viewed. It would be simple enough if this was always the first image, on the left of page, however that's not the case here.

For example, I'd like it to be at position 6 out of 6 on desktop, and going down to position 3 out of 3 on phones.

I was planning to use a reorder css, and have tried to find a "child" parameter in the inspect css, but no luck.

e.g

   .carousel image:nth-of-type(6) {
    order: 3;
  }

 

Any help greatly appreciated

 

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@tuanphan thanks, it is the same carousel that you aided me with repositioning the arrows on. The image that it part of the carousel, that has the text in, "join in...", is the image that I'd like to maintain it's position always on the far right, yet still be part of the same carousel, rather than a separate individual element. so it scrolls with the rest.

I had hoped this might be able to be controlled with CSS?

 

I'm happy to be able to define it's position, that I can then alter based on the media queries, if that's an easier solution.

e.g

   .carousel image:nth-of-type(6) {
    order: 3;
  }

but I can't seem to find a property where a carousel uses children, so I'm not really sure what's the solution

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On 11/11/2021 at 12:30 AM, JonJonJon said:

@tuanphan thanks, it is the same carousel that you aided me with repositioning the arrows on. The image that it part of the carousel, that has the text in, "join in...", is the image that I'd like to maintain it's position always on the far right, yet still be part of the same carousel, rather than a separate individual element. so it scrolls with the rest.

I had hoped this might be able to be controlled with CSS?

 

I'm happy to be able to define it's position, that I can then alter based on the media queries, if that's an easier solution.

e.g

   .carousel image:nth-of-type(6) {
    order: 3;
  }

but I can't seem to find a property where a carousel uses children, so I'm not really sure what's the solution

Screenshot 2021-11-10 172714.png

Try adding to Design > Custom CSS

section#join-in {
.summary-item-list {
    display: flex;
}
/* item 1 */
.summary-item:nth-child(1) {
    order: 3;
}
/* item 2 */
.summary-item:nth-child(2) {
    order: 1;
}
/* item 3 */
.summary-item:nth-child(3) {
    order: 4;
}
/* item 4 */
.summary-item:nth-child(4) {
    order: 5;
}
}

 

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@tuanphanThanks. This partially works. The flex kind of breaks having a fixed number of items per row, instead it shows them all. I have managed to define the number per row, but not limit it to just one row. The the ordering also doesn't seem to behave predictably. Any further suggestions would be greatly appreciated. thank you

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