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Render Method – Mini Gallery

Render Method – Mini Gallery

Mini Gallery

The Mini Gallery render method presents a gallery of images. An example of the Mini Gallery in use would be:

Asset browser mini gallery example screenshot

Note: changes may be required to the style sheet in order to display the thumbnails horizontally, as well as to determine padding.

1. Drag and drop the Asset Browser element onto the page or template.

2. Configure the element and select the Default render method. The following view will be presented:

Asset browser guide mini gallery configuration screenshot

3. Edit/configure:

Display Type

Select the appropriate option.

Note: if browse assets from selected category is selected click Change to select an appropriate category.

If Filter on multiple categories is selected use the category filter options at the foot of the element.

Show Assets in Child Categories

Check if required.

Note: this option presents child categories as a menu structure. The end user may then navigate through the categories to find the appropriate asset(s).

This option should be used as an alternative to locating multiple asset browsers on a single page.

Photo List Title

Enter an appropriate title.

Main Image Size

Select the appropriate option.

Thumbnail Size

Select the appropriate option.

Display Premium Assets

If required, check it include assets which have been made Premium.

Login Path for Premium Assets

If required, click Change to select an appropriate login page. Anonymous users will be redirected to this page if attempting to access premium assets.

Added in the last

Enter an appropriate value.

By File Extension Collection

Select the appropriate option.

Number of assets displayed

Enter an appropriate value.

Hide results box if no results are found

Check if required.

Hide Expired Assets

Check if required.

Hide Scheduled Assets

Check if required.

Must be in any/all/none of

Click Add Category to display a custom list of assets.

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