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Hi, for a real estate website, using the portfolio section, i would like to display several images in each project thumbnail, in order to be able to overview the property before clicking and visiting the dedicated page, like on this website for instance https://www.junot.fr/fr/ (section "biens à vendre").

Is it possible to have this result with code injection? would you know how to achieve that?

The website doesn't exist yet therefore i can't provide the link, i'm reviewing the specifications before starting the project and need to know if this is possible to do on squarespace beforehand.

Thanks a lot for your help!

 

 

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Hi  , there is not a straight way to do it , but you can do it making a blog page then add some intro of project on blog and add redirect of project page on blog. 

Then you can use summary block to show it on different pages 🙂

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1 hour ago, humxahafeex said:

Hi  , there is not a straight way to do it , but you can do it making a blog page then add some intro of project on blog and add redirect of project page on blog. 

Then you can use summary block to show it on different pages 🙂

thanks a lot for your reply , i'm realizing the screenshot might be misleading as what i'm trying to do is to have several pictures inside one thumbnail, you might see on the screenshot, there are black left/right arrows on the image in the center, is that what you understood from my first message?

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On 4/8/2024 at 9:02 PM, emmods said:

thanks a lot for your reply , i'm realizing the screenshot might be misleading as what i'm trying to do is to have several pictures inside one thumbnail, you might see on the screenshot, there are black left/right arrows on the image in the center, is that what you understood from my first message?

You can consider using a Gif instead of static image

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