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- November 4, 2013 at 7:30 am #1347
Sorry you had to rebuild.
Let me make sure I know what you want added.
In the latest version I’ve added options to change the title on for the tabs but you would like title per product options? and add another one that has free content like the description? and add options to change the order per product?
Thanks for the feature request, make sure I got it right and I’ll work on building it in.
BenNovember 3, 2013 at 1:03 am #1327
On way to do it is using the new image list post type for the portfolio items. If you have version 1.7.0 you can add a featured image (square) for portfolio page and carousel then add an image in the portfolio image gallery area near the bottom of the edit page. That will be the one used on the single portfolio item page.
BenNovember 3, 2013 at 12:11 am #1325
Let me explain, the theme uses an resizer to check for a certain size photo, if it doesn’t exists it crops it. In a lot of places it uses square images, but in sliders it can pretty much be changed based on user input. When the resizer has to crop an image it crops it and saves it as a new image with the new dimensions at the end of the image file name. That way anytime that page is loaded it now has the image on hand to present.
So for gallery thumbnails it crops them square if you have masonry off and to a certain width but no height specified if you have masonry on. If you want complete control you can disable the virtue gallery and use standard wordpress, then the post thumbnail editor will work. Else you have to save a copy of your image in the right dimensions that the script is requesting with the correct name. When virtue creates a gallery it sees how many columns are requested then crops the images to fit in those columns. All this is done for fast loading speeds and providing images that are the exact size needed.
So in general if you need specific crops for your gallery where it doesn’t work with masonry on then turn the virtue gallery off and use a plugin for more control of your images.
Hope that explains how the gallery images are created and your options for more control.