Simple photo gallery - Post ID 303354

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What's the best way to make a simple photo gallery?

Flex, grid, I'm open to suggestions. I don't need a really complex gallery.

Just what's the best responsive way to build one using Foundation?

Thanks for any advice.

Ernie
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You will find some suggestions here: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com/ -> click on the Foundation tab
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Ernie Hodge wrote:
What's the best way to make a simple photo gallery?

Flex, grid, I'm open to suggestions. I don't need a really complex gallery.

Just what's the best responsive way to build one using Foundation?

Thanks for any advice.

Ernie


Flex it then just drop the images (thumbnails in) no JS just straight from Site Designer

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Inger,
I downloaded one of your components and will try that and what Wayan has suggested. Thankyou.

Wayan,
Yes, a demo would be great, thank you.
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irenmay wrote:
I appreciate the mention of components on the mock-up page – going to explore that. The idea of ​​using Flex without involving JavaScript sounds like a great approach for simplicity.


Be my guest! but please be aware that except for the components for the HTML Editor you will need the CoffeeCup Site Designer to use them.
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I especially appreciate the suggestions above. Using Flexbox for layout and doing away with unnecessary JavaScript can streamline the development process while keeping things clean and efficient. I keep human-centered design principles always in mind when it comes to developing user interfaces such as photo galleries. It is very important that the gallery not only looks visually appealing but also functions intuitively for the end user. By prioritizing user experience and using responsive design principles, it is possible to create a gallery that meets the needs and preferences of the audience.

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