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    Thanks for a great theme! I am using it on 3 websites and finding it extremely useful!
    Question: I would like to be able to control the size of the thumbnail images in my masonry blog layout, as well as the gap size between them. Is there any short-code for this?
    Here is my blog as it looks now:


    Oh, and btw: I would really like to decide how many thumbnails are displayed horizontally. Right now I can only choose how many to be shown on one page…



    Thank you for using the theme.

    Right now, you can only select the layout of the masonry element on the Size Settings. Play around with the settings to see what suits you best. Regarding the gap, configure the masonry element then look for the Gap between elements setting.

    In case you have any questions, please take some time to review all of the resources in the Theme Documentation as a lot of basic stuff like theme installation, css snippets etc are already available in there with better explanation and awesomeness. Watch some of our Video Tutorials to learn more about the different aspect of the theme. You can also search the forums for queries that has been answered before that might be related to your problem.

    If you find that you still have questions after taking the time on our documentations, don’t hesitate to let us know and we will be happy to assist you. If you have any requests or you feel like giving us a warm hug? You can definitely post it on our Feature Requests page. :)



    Ok. I will try that. thanks!


    Sorry, just one insisting question: Can I decide the number of thumbnail images are to be displayed horizontally?



    Unfortunately, you can’t select the number of columns but if you select the Flexible Masonry, you can get as much as 4 columns and 6 for larger screens. You can also adjust the width of the column container using CSS.

    .av-masonry-entry {
    width: 24.90%;


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