Where can I display images?
There are a number of modules that you can use to display images. They are broken out here by whether or not you want to group the images with text. See the Related Articles for more information about these modules.
- Photo module
Display single images, with a number of options.
Gallery of images
- Gallery module
Choose the Collage layout to display images in a mosaic. Choose Thumbnails to display the images in a grid. There are options for displaying captions.
- Slideshow module
If you turn off the playback on this module, you can display one image at a time with arrows to cycle through the rest of the gallery.
You can apply basic animation to any module (Fade in, Move up, and so on), but some modules are designed to rotate the display of images
- Slideshow module
The Slideshow module cycles through a gallery one image at a time, at a speed you choose.
- Content slider module
Content sliders are typically used on landing pages with long narrow images, which are displayed in the background so there may be some cropping to fit the row. With the content slider module, you can add a heading, text, and button overlays on the image.
- Posts slider module
Display your blog posts in a slider. If you have set featured images, the images will display, and you have options on where to place the post summary in relation to the image.
- Posts carousel module
Display your blog posts as a carousel, where you see several posts at a time and advance forward and backward to display more. If you have set featured images on your blog posts, you have options on where to place the post summary in relation to the image.
Images grouped with blocks of text
- Callout module
The Callout module is great for displaying the popular rows of features, popular on landing pages, and you can use this module for many other purposes. A big advantage of this module is that the image-text group stays together as a unit on smaller devices.
You can add images to the backgrounds of rows and columns. A good width for a full-width row is usually considered to be 1950px.