I am interested in minitek-wall-pro-masonry for Joomla. I want to put one image per article (because not many images) and view it as a gallery [masonry-grid-7].
For this I do not need the link to the article. Can I hide the link to the article and only have the ability to see the big screen image?
For the wordpress version, it would be possible to display on the thumbnail some fields of the ACF plugin. If you add it to your planning, let me know!
I wished to display in the thumbnail:
1 / source image of a video (which comes from an ACF video field)
2 / ACF fields (radio button or check box)
3 / the tags of the article (limit them to 10!)
In Minitek Wall Pro, you can disable the title and only show the images, but the image will be a link.
In one of the next versions, I will add an option to disable the links completely.
For the moment we don't have any plan to display ACF fields but I will definitely consider it for future versions.
I'm not sure I understand. I also tried the free version but I did not get to what I wanted (https://joomtest.88h.ovh/index.php/fr/11-site/11-les-etoles). I would therefore like to clarify my needs.
Before buying one of your extensions, I want to be sure to have a list of images .
I like this http://joomla-extensions.minitek.gr/joomla-extensions/minitek-wall-pro-masonry/masonry-grid-5a (because title present everywhere) but without the link (if you could help me to temporarily hide the link to the articles by a css while waiting for the next version)
This is the redesign of the site http://www.jeremycollin.fr/meuble-design
By clicking on the image, the image (large format) is loaded
The idea is to put a single large image in an article (with only the title) to use the categories and tags of Joomla in order to improve the SEO .... and sort the many photos using your filters For visitors
The display parameters are common for the free and the pro version. If you can't achieve what you want with the free version, you won't be able to do it with the pro version either.
You can hide the title, but the image is also a link to the article.
In next version, you will be able to create template overrides so that you can customize the template HTML as you wish.
I am surprised your answer because removing the link (cf image: https://framapic.org/pQcX3biCqHDp/jH5K2SVerhU0.png),
it would work perfectly. Just if I take the paid version, would you give me the css to hide this link?
Otherwise when the next version will appear (approximately the number of months)