Is there a photo gallery stack like this one?


(David) #1

A client has asked me to make a photo gallery like this one at:
http://www.charlie-lieberman.com/2015-landscape.html

That one is not responsive, and I do need the gallery to be responsive. The closest I’ve found is Instacks Gallery Stack 3 with the ‘Royal Slider’ option.

@instacks Jannis is it possible to make the background black or transparent with the Royal Slider?

Any other suggestions would be appreciated!


(Butternut Squash) #2

Unlike any other RW gallery that I have seen, the Lieberman Gallery images fade to black before a new image comes in. Is that what you consider unique about it?

I ask, because at a certain point, I looked high and low for a stack that would do just that. In my case, I wanted to fade to white. But apparently a stack of that nature didn’t exist, except for a very fancy code solution that was way above my pay grade.


(David) #3

No, I’m not concerned with the fade to black or white, but the way it has the large image open on the page itself above the row of thumbnails rather than opening the large image in a modal window lightbox. Thanks though. :slight_smile:


(Lucas Tsolakian) #4

Slider Classic could come very close to this: http://archetypon.net/stacks/slider-classic/index.html


(David) #5

Thanks Lucas - that is a good candidate. I looked at your other sliders but somehow overlooked that one.


(Jannis from inStacks Software) #6

Yes, you are free in the background color, you can choose which one you like in the stack settings.


(David) #7

Thanks for the info Jannis. It’s very helpful.


(Robert Ziebol 🖖🏼) #8

You can do that with MovingBox, this is KIND of like that, just remove the text under the main image


(Rob Beattie) #9

The Archetypon stack is nice but Gallery 3 has so many different options.


(David) #10

Thanks guys for all those good suggestions. In the end he ended up liking the gallery I made with ProGallery which I already have. At the moment I’m trying to avoid more damage to my budget, so will have to wait to buy all those great stacks.


(gary pullings) #11

Looks like accordion to me.