How to add 5 columns on Minimum Pro theme?

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  • #70738

    leannemorrison
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    Hi I can find the code to add 4 or 6 columns to the theme, but not sure about 5.

    I need 5 columns as I have 10 images I need to put across in 2 rows, and it needs to be mobile responsive.

    Can I just alter the instructions for 6 columns, or do I need to add in something else, elsewhere as well?

    The images are 137px wide each, so a row would be approx 700px wide including padding.

    I currently have a photo containing all the images on the site home page, but would like them all to be clickable and mobile responsive.

    I tried using Tablepress plugin and it looked great on the computer monitor but it made the images extend past the screen on mobile phone. I then added the mobile responsive extension, but it made the table on the home page on the computer screen drop images into 2 columns instead of 5. Frustrating :)

    Thanks in advance, Leanne

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    #70767

    braddalton
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    You could use the native media gallery included in WordPress.


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    #71412

    leannemorrison
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    Awesome. Thanks braddalton – just the thing. Only problem is I can’t get the individual gallery images to link to the pages I want. There does not seem to be a way to link the images. Any suggestions on how to do this please?

    Thanks, Leanne

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    braddalton
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    The easiest way to do this http://wpsites.net/best-plugins/link-gallery-images-custom-url/


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    #71817

    leannemorrison
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    Thanks so much for that braddalton. It worked fine, but I ended up going back to a static image in the end, as I wanted to keep the spacing between the individual photos, and some mobile formats were squashing them up together. Oh well, simple is good!
    Thanks for your help, Leanne

    #71824

    braddalton
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    No worries Leanne however:

    You could easily add spacing using the advanced image settings.

    Another option is to add spacing using CSS

    Or you can add 5 widgets in that area. http://wpsites.net/web-design/replace-minimum-pro-tagline-with-widget-areas/


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