Portfolio Title – Write your Portfolio’s Gallery name. Every time for create new one , must complete this line.
Portfolio Option – Select the option that you previously created in General Option section.
Albums Count – Select for gallery several portfolio options will be.
Image Title – Name your image , which also will be heading.
Album Title – Write a title of the album.It is also designed for Menu.
Select Album – Select that album in which you want to be your entitled own picture and description.
Add Image – Use WordPress Image downloader.Add images through URL , from Media Library section or download from your PC.
Image Description – Write some information about Gallery content.
Link – It is intended for reference. Tick for opening the link in the new page or in the same page.
DEFINING MASONRY LAYOUT IN PORTFOLIO
The term Masonry layout probably owes its name to the popular jQuery Masonry plugin that is used to generate this type of layout.
Masonry layout is also referred to as the Pinterest Style Layout, as www.pinterest.com was the first major website to use this layout style. Masonry layout gives a great look of your portfolio gallery
The plugins listed contain unique features in addition to the common feature set. It is difficult to understand the difference between each plugin just by looking at a Masonry layout generated by each one. All of the layouts will appear quite similar. It is important to consider the available features before choosing a plugin. Generally, most plugins provide an API and documentation for identifying their features.
I suggest looking at the available features of each plugin before making your choice. I have compiled the following list of common features from the plugins listed in the previous section. These are some of the main features, but each plugin also has its own unique ones. It’s up to you to choose the best plugin based on your application requirements.
Masonry layouts can have fixed-size columns or dynamic columns. Fixed-size columns are the norm. It is better to choose a plugin that allows dynamic columns, as it enhances flexibility.
Sorting and Filtering – Plugins like Isotope allow you to sort and filter the elements without losing the structure of the layout. It is a good feature to have when you need dynamic Masonry layouts.
Animation – Unlike normal layouts, Masonry layouts change completely with the addition or removal of elements. Because of this, it is better to have animation effects for adjusting elements – this creates an awesome user experience.
Dynamic Elements – Generally, we create the layout on page load using the available elements. But some sites might require the ability to add or remove elements without refreshing. In such cases, the plugin should have the ability to auto adjust the layout to provide the optimal structure.
Layout Options – The plugin should allow you to set column width, gutter size, alignment, etc.
Developers and designers are accustomed to seeing web pages laid out with CSS floats. But this common type of layout doesn’t take the size of the elements into consideration. Instead, it adds elements one after another, first in the horizontal direction, then vertically.
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