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Image Gallery - Is it possible to have Grid:strip style on desktop, switch to Slideshow on mobile

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The Grid: strip style at the end of the page is working really well for what the client wants, however on mobile it's a terrible format and a lot of scrolling. Any way to have the gallery turn into a slideshow on mobile only?


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@oldegray It can be done with some custom code. 

You can create two sections, one with strip styled grid and other one with slideshow. Then with custom code we can hide the slideshow section on desktop and strip styled grid section on mobile. Let me know if you need help with the code. Thanks! 

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I've found a solution with CSS as there is no fancy way to automatically have these two gallery styles change between mobile and desktop.  

For those curious, in edit mode:

  • I duplicated the Grid Stip gallery that I've already created
  • Then edited the duplicate to be a Slideshow Reel and designed it to be full bleed. 
  • To swap the views on desktop and mobile, I've added this code (obvs add your own section IDs):

// Hiding Grid Stip from Mobile, Hiding Slideshow Reel on Desktop
@media screen and (max-width: 641px) {
section[data-section-id="64d00f75a743de4c922d1bc3"] {
 display:none !important;
@media screen and (min-width: 641px) {
section[data-section-id="64e3967c623c9120255befd7"] {
 display:none !important;


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