important Gridder option missing!?
Hey, why ist it not possible within the Gridder to set two smaller(in hight) images next to a larger without having spacing in between? So is it possible to set the width and stack images underneath without having a spacing in between them by using more that one row? Is that a bug or why does the hight values act different to the width? Think there is an important feature missing! Thanks for your help!
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@hazel You could just make a composite image of the two small pictures and then set it next to the larger one
Hello hazel, I'm not sure if I understand you correctly. Can you explain it differently please or maybe send a screenshot of what you are trying to do?
Do you want same-height images in a row?
hey Armin, this is an example, witch I cant figure out how do do it like that, without having a blanc space in between the images at the bottom! Do know what I mean? Thanks
so what you want is a masonry-style kind of layout like that (http://masonry.desandro.com/)
Well, it's not really possible at the moment. :/
so even though this is not possible at the moment it is def. something i will work on. But I can't tell u exactly when that feature will be available. If this is a dealbreaker for you and u don't want to use lay theme anymore I can give u a refund if u like.
if it would be possible to add two or more images/thumbnails under each other (within one row) the problem would be solved actually !?
yes true, this is actually what I too thought I should do :D
Great, let me know when the update will come ! Thanks :)
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