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    Hi folks.
    I have several masonry galleries in my website, and I have noticed the following annoying thing.

    If you’re browsing the webpage on a desktop, it is absolutely acceptable to use a “pagination value” of 15 before showing the “Load more” link.3 rows of 5 pictures are barely noticeable on a wide screen.

    But when you are on a mobile, you have to swipe up 15 single images (on mobile the images of a masonry gallery are all shown in a single row) before getting to that “Load more”. Quite annoying.

    Would it be possible to customize the value of “pagination” depending on the usual screen size (= small pagination value, e.g. 5, on mobile, normal pagination value, e.g. 15, on desktop)?

    Thx in advance!


    (Oh wow, 5 hours without any answer from your awesome customer support: I am afraid it means it is not easily feasible, am I right? :-)


    Thank you for your patience, but unfortunately, this is not an option within a single element but you could use one element for desktops with and one for mobile and show or hide them using the Element Visibility options

    Best regards,


    Great workaround, Mike! Thank you so much!


    Glad we were able to help, if you have any further questions please create a new thread and we will gladly try to help you. Thank you for using Enfold.

    Best regards,

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