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    Would love to be able to pull out images in the Masonry IMAGE gallery as ‘featured’ i.e. 2 columns wide and respecting image height. I know you can do this in Masonry POSTS galleries using ‘Landscape’ and ‘Portrait’ tags, which is a brilliant feature.

    On the page below that I’d like to create would be the ‘Nina and Tom’ two columns wide.

    Is this possible?


    • This topic was modified 4 years, 10 months ago by  sugarwayltd.

    Hey sugarwayltd!

    Thank you for using Enfold.

    I’m sorry but this feature is only available for the masonry (posts) element. Please hire a freelance developer or contact codeable to modify the masonry gallery script.

    Or try to modify the width of the masonry gallery items manually. Example:

    #av-masonry-1-item-1168 {
        width: 48%;

    The “1168” part is the id of the image.



    Was this ever built in or is there a custom css for it in the mean time? I am looking for this also.


    Did the above custom css work for you?

    Best regards,


    Not really, it does make the image bigger but it doesnt line out at the bottom correct. it’s big less high than 2 normal sizes so the white separator line is not on the right place. On 48% it’s to small, on 49% also to small but on 50% its to big.



    Please use the Masonry element instead of the Masonry Gallery.

    Best regards,


    Thats not very helpfull the question was to use the imagesizes that are in the masonry portfolio element to be used in the masonry gallery so that the portfolio itself has the same look and feel. But the images open in lightbox.



    I’m sorry but this not possible with the Masonry Gallery element because you can’t add the tags as the original poster mentioned. Please use the Masonry element or hire a freelance developer to extend the Masonry Gallery features. You can contact our partner, Codeable.


    Best regards,

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