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some additions for clarification.
1. I don’t need galleries only with 5 columns. I use different displays.
The configuration of the home page galleries is shown below.
2. The home page used is a good example.
Gallery 1 has 4 columns
Gallery 2 has 2 columns,
Gallery 3 has 5 columns
3. All galleries are displayed correctly in desktop mode.
4. With a screen smaller than 979 px (responsive mode), galleries 1 and 2 are no longer displayed with the full screen width. It looks to me that a 5-column display is used!
5. The issue with spacing is now ok, but this gallery (number 3) is now limited to 4 columns on a screen smaller than 612px
After checking, I found two “new” bugs:
1) All galleries are displayed with 5 columns, not as configured (see following print screen). In the example, the first gallery is configured with 4 columns and the second with 2 columns.
2) The space between the photos has disappeared between every other frame.
Thanks for the support.
As I see it, the solution is an additional CSS code in the customizer.
Since I’m using a child theme, the question arises whether it makes more sense to implement the code in the style.css of the child theme.
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Unfortunately, after more than a week, I still haven’t received any feedback.
- This reply was modified 9 months, 4 weeks ago by Svenja Kirschberger.
Hello vako, thanks for the quick reply.
The link to the page is: https://arcticwhitecherry.de/
The gallery should be shown on all display versions with 5 columns.
Only the desktop version is correct!
The following version for desktop is ok
The tablet version shows only two columns
The mobile version shows only one column