I just ran one of the themes (Laminim) through gscan, and it threw “must fix” warnings because my theme lacked support for the css classes
Looks like an image gallery is coming to the Koenig editor in Ghost v2.1.0!
I hadn’t heard anything about this from the theme developers mailing list, and I can’t find any documentation about what the expected behaviour of the gallery component will be. The only thing I found to confirm this is that styles for a gallery component were recently added to Casper.
Where would I find documentation about the new image gallery for theme developers?
I already have a basic image gallery in my theme, but I want to make sure the markup is compatible.
@curiositry docs are here Ghost Handlebars Themes - Building a custom Ghost theme - Docs, sorry for the gscan confusion caused by a last-minute delay on the release
For me that link doesn’t send to Gallery Card. But this does:
Thanks, no idea what went wrong with the copy/paste there!
I find the Gallery a little weird that it splits the images into rows. That kinda puts a limit on devs to use the same structure. Why not simply display the list of .kg-gallery-image ? For example I have 7 images and that is split into 3 rows. 3 images first row and 2 images next 2 rows. Pretty strange. That forces me to do a masonry type of gallery. What do you think?
I’m a little lost, does Casper already implement the gallery function? I’m not finding it, just the individual images like always.
The implementation in Casper seemed pretty robust, so I used that with a few tweaks (making the gallery support the same width options as normal images, etc). My only complaint is that it needs JS to work…