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    Here’s the page I’m working on: http://eichlerclub.com/eichler-in-1958/
    I can’t seem to get the Gallery to save a set of images. When I use the default editor and default WordPress Create Gallery function, it works, as you can see in the first gallery on the page. When I use the Enfold Gallery function (which seems to use the WP Gallery function itself), everything seems to work, but the gallery defaults to the oldest images in the library (as I note another person posted about). When I go to edit that gallery, there are no images saved. You can see this on the page as the second gallery.

    I have tried deactivating all plug-ins, no change. I’ve created an admin account for you to check it out if you wish. Will post credentials in a private message.

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    I couldn’t reproduce the issue – I tried to insert a gallery with 4 random images here: http://eichlerclub.com/theme-sample-pages/portfolio/ (I picked some images from the media gallery which re not at the very beginning/end of the image grid) and all 4 images display fine on the page and are saved. Maybe the issue occurs only on a certain page?



    Thanks! I was baffled, but your test prompted me to dig deeper. It was the images. I think they were too large. They were scans at 1200 dpi and about 4mb each. WordPress Gallery did handle them, but the theme Gallery could not. I saved them at a smaller size and they work.

    I did notice some issues with the Gallery however. The big preview and thumbnails have some funny behaviors. For example, when I chose 36×36 for the thumbnails, it did seem to use that size, but insisted on blowing them up to about 150×150 on the page itself. At least in Preview mode. But I can work around this or use Justified Image Grid plugin.



    You can change that through CSS. Add this on Quick CSS or custom.css:

    #top #wrap_all .avia-gallery-1 .avia-gallery-thumb a {
    width: 35px;
    #top div .avia-gallery img {
    padding: 3px;
    width: 100%;

    Best regards,


    Thanks, I’ll give it a try.



    Great, I’ll leave this thread open (for follow up questions).

    Best regards,

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