Currently we cannot assign one navigation menu to desktop displays and another to mobile devices. If you have a lot of albums on your site, they’re probably organized into nice and neat album sets that are reflected in the drop-down menu displayed on desktop sizes of your site. Because there are a lot of albums, […]
Mixed pricing is a way to assign a pricing profile to individual images in your TTG Backlight Cart enabled albums. Say you have an album of images that are available for purchase as prints. Perhaps some will only be available in certain sizes, or they’re limited editions. Or you just like some better than others […]
A quick css tip to center your Vegas slide show controls.
Moving your test/development Backlight site to the root of your main site is easy. Here’s how.
How to add individual images to page text using html.
Adding non-Google web fonts or other fonts to your Backlight site
You can make the Gallery Help button in your Backlight Client Response albums “stick” to the top of the gallery by adding it to the top-pallet widget container. This way, when your client scrolls down the page the Gallery Help button will always be available. First of all, be sure to enable the Gallery Help […]
The Vegas and Galleria slide shows in Backlight have various configuration options. One option that is missing in both is a control to change fade time. That is, the total time it takes to fade from one image to the next. By default, that time looks to be set to about 1 second. But that […]
If you choose the “slideshow” presentation for your Backlight albums, you’ll see a “picture” icon in the upper right-hand area of the large images. This is the Sharing button. Click on it and you’ll see all the Backlight share options: Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. If you’ve enabled downloads, permalinks or maps, you’ll also see those […]