Fluid Infinity Widget Parts

 

The Fluid Infinity widget is packaged with a group of widgets that work together to create dynamic galleries. Each widget serves its own function and purpose to provide you with a powerful and fast image and video gallery. 

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Index                    

A. Main

B. Container

C. Bulk Thumbnails

D. Single Thumbnail

E. Stand Alone Thumbnail

F. Filter Button

G. Search Bar

H. Lightbox Text Style

I. Thumbnail Text Style

 


 

A. Main Widget

The Main widget must be placed in the margin of the page that holds a Fluid Infinity Gallery. You will find the serial code to your Fluid Infinity widget here within this widget. 

 

For more information on activating your Fluid Infinity widget, click here.

 

B. Container

The Container widget responsively holds the styling of the gallery Grid and Lightbox systems. When using single, bulk or Google Sheet items for your gallery, place the Container widget where you would like the gallery to appear. If using Stand-Alone thumbnails, you may place the Container within the left margin of the page.

 

For more information about the Container widgets Option Panel, click here 

 

 

THUMBNAILS 

C. Bulk Thumbnails

Load up to 10 images or videos to your gallery grid through the Bulk Thumbnails widget. 

 

For more information on loading Bulk Thumbnails, click here.

 

D. Single Thumbnail

Add a single item to your gallery grid with individual Category, Filter and Appearance styles. 

 

For more information on loading Single Thumbnails, click here. 

 

E. Stand-Alone Thumbnails

Stand-Alone Thumbnails act as individual objects on your page independent of the Fluid Infinity Container. These thumbnails can act as triggers or thumbnails and can be connected to one Lightbox gallery when selected. Moved, customize and resize each stand-alone thumbnail separately to create any custom grid.

 

For more information on using Stand-Alone Thumbnails, click here.

 

 

Normal thumbnails like Bulk, Single or Google Sheet loaded thumbnails can be used to add images/videos to the gallery. Each can be linked to a page, or be used to open the lightbox.

 

F. Filter Buttons

Use the Filter buttons to allow users to sort through your gallery content. Filter buttons can be set to target items through filters, categories or as a View All button.

 

For more information on sorting images and videos in your gallery, click here.

 

G. Search bar

Use the Search Bar with your gallery to search through the Titles and Descriptions of the items within your Gallery.

 

For more information about using the Search features for your gallery, click here.

 

 

TEXT STYLING 

H. Lightbox text styling

Use this text frame to style the Lightbox captions for each item in your gallery. Through this item you can style the font, weight and fill of the title and descriptions of your gallery images and videos. For further styling options use the Container widget. 

 

For more information about the Lightbox text styling options, click here.

 

I. Thumbnails text styling

Use this text frame to style the text descriptions for each thumbnail in your gallery. Through this widget, you can style the font, weight and fill of the title and descriptions of your gallery images and videos. For further styling options use the Text & Icon section within the Container. 

 

For more information about the Thumbnail text styling options, click here.

 

 

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