Executive Portfolio need next and prev buttons

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  • #3401

    Ricardo
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    Hello,
    I’ve managed to get the portfolio working in the Executive theme.  Specifically to have it where when users click on Portfolio they will go to a page with a number of options, when they click on any options they will then be presented with a number of thumbnails.  See http://www.twfdev.com/portfolio/test-entry-6/ as an example (it’s all just mock up content).  If you click on any of the thumbnails, you have to back out and click on the next vs. typical galleries where you have an arrow < >  or next / prev to move through thumbnails.  Does anyone know how to add this?

    Thanks,

    R

    #3423

    AC
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    It the Jetpack plugin there is an Image Carousel. It is now a separate plugin – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/carousel-without-jetpack/screenshots/. You could install this on the images which would provide arrows.

    #3496

    Ricardo
    Participant

    Thanks for this, I’ve installed it and it works great,  but is it possible when users click on portfolio to to see 3, 6, or 9 thumbnails (each thumbnail representing a separate gallery) and each of these thumbnails would connect to a gallery where there may be 2 or 20 images that users can cycle through using this plug in.  I’ve installed this plug in at http://www.twfdev.com/contact-us/#

    thanks,

    R

    #3567

    AC
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    You might want to use NextGen Gallery for that. They have tons of plugins that perform in varying ways. Or, set this page up -http://www.twfdev.com/portfolio/test-entry-6/ like you did the Contact Page. You can adjust the size of each thumbnail in the Settings –> Media area. Then add the caption and description to each thumbnail. That probably is the best way to do it.

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