Standard layout, verticalThe image gallery Standard layout set to vertical scroll may display multiple images on a page like so:
Set the Standard layout to vertical using the Scroll direction drop down at the top.
When set Scroll direction is set to Vertical, the layout options should appear like so:
Image sizing method
Horizontal and vertical images will appear similar in size.
Horizontal and vertical images may have the same width.
Horizontal and vertical images will have the same height.
Always displays a specific image size level. This can be useful if you wish to display, for example, a grid of cropped images, that each link to a full image.
This slider sets the image size as a percentage of the maximum available size on the screen.
This is the description position relative to the image.
This setting determines how the image rows are layed out on the page. Check the Preview cell borders option to get a better sense of how these work.
Row vertical alignment
Vertical alignment of the image in relationship to other images on the same row. For example, when Top is selected, a horizontal and vertical image would display with their top edges aligned.
Set font style
If description text is displayed, it can be styled here.
Preview cell borders
This option activates grid lines around the images so you can preview how certain settings affect the image layout. These grid lines are not visible to site visitors.