Horizontal Picture Series
The Horizontal Picture Series allows you to easily add up to 6 images side by side in a Horizontal Line. This is a great way to create button links or showcase groups of people.
Open any Page stack and select the "Horizontal Picture Series"
Stack item from the Media menu.
Click the "Edit"
Icon to modify the new stack item.
After clicking "Edit" you will see the option to Add a Border by selecting the "Border Width" and "Border Color." (This border will surround all images uploaded to this stack item)
Choose if you want to add a shadow and start uploading your images by clicking the square that says "Drag and Drop a File Here"
This stack item can house up to 6 images, each section has a field to upload the image, add captions, and an option to make the image a clickable link.
We recommend using images that are the same size.
After saving your changes click "Back to Site" in the top left corner to view your work.
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