Is there a way to target and change the aspect ratio of the thumbnails in a image gallery such as at the link below? Using Gallery 3 Stack from inStacks (great stack IMHO, highly recommend). I find myself with a project that needs a rectangular shaped thumbnail versus a square. There is a setting I believe that makes the thumbnails the same aspect ratio as the image…however, I want all thumbnails to be the same shape (as seen at the link…just rectangular). @instacks any input appreciated
Have all images the same orientation? Landscape vs. portrait?
If you change it to rectangular, the thumbnails will follow the orientation of the original image.
Thanks Jannis (@instacks) for the quick response. Great stack! among many others that you offer. The images will be a mixed bag of landscape and portrait. Currently in the example URL there is a mix of landscape and portrait. The “thumbnail” essentially seems to center crop on the image (an elegant approach which IMO looks great). That said, I’m wondering if I can target the thumbnail image somehow to change the default square thumbnail to a rectangular (landscape) orientation that would still center crop? Hope that makes sense. Essentially looking to “change” the shape of the thumbnail container to a custom size.
That’s unfortunately not easily possible. Sorry about that. I will take a note for a further update, where you’re able to specify both images separately.
No worries Jannis I appreciate the quick response. For anyone reading this… @instacks Gallery Stack 3 is an awesome image slider/carousel stack. One can create virtually any look and they are all clean and functional IMO. If you’re looking for such a stack I highly recommend.