If you scroll down to Settings, you’ll find most of Modula’s customization options. Let’s begin with some general settings.
Choosing to create galleries with Modula will allow you to use various gallery types:
- creative (Modula will creatively arrange your images);
- custom (you can resize images controlling their heights, widths, and aspect ratio);
- slider (display multiple pictures in a slideshow);
- masonry (showcase your photos in columns without having to crop them).
The Slider grid type is available in Modula PRO.
Depending on the gallery type you choose, Modula will offer you different features that work hand in hand with the grid type.
Creative Gallery – change image size, width, heights, randomize factor on Modula’s grid algorithm, set the maximum number of images to display.
Custom Grid – change gutter, image size, randomize factor on Modula’s grid algorithm, set the maximum number of images.
If you choose the custom grid, you’ll be able to resize them by dragging the corner of each image.
Masonry – change gutter, image size, width, randomize factor on Modula’s grid algorithm, set the maximum number of images, and add the number of columns.
Slider – change gutter, image size, width, set autoplay, animation speed, infinite loop, numbers of slides to show on a single view (slider), and more.
In this section, you can also enable pagination (Modula PRO extension) to let users page back and forth through multiple pages of images and add a Powered by Modula text at the bottom right of your gallery.
What’s more? You can style your gallery by adding a border and changing border size, radius, color, as well as shadow size, and color.