Display size

 

WPPA+ is responsive by nature, displaying at the full available width on the page. If you want a fixed width or a fraction of the pages column width, you can specify that in the shortcode.

[wppa type="cover" album="1"]

First album

This is the description of the first album. It has a € sign in the description.
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Views: 62077
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Category: Demo

If you specify a fraction in the shortcode, the width of the display will be that part of the available column width.
This example: 0.8 produces a display width of 80% of the available column width.
You may wish to align the display left, center or right.
[wppa type="thumbs" album="1" size="0.8" align="center"]

This is the description of the first album. It has a € sign in the description.
1
Gold medal
HPIM1529.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.34
1 comment
38200 views
1985
Silver medal
HPIM0467.jpg (opajaap)
Views: 5679 times
Rating: 3.33
3 comments
5679 views
2
Silver medal
HPIM1530.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.53
4386 views
2029
Gold medal
HPIM2380.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.91
2 comments
4027 views
3
Gold medal
HPIM1531.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.53
2 comments
7118 views
3237
HPIM2552.JPG (wppa-admin)
Views: 2667 times
Camera info

https://wppa.nl/wp-content/wppa-pl/First-album/HPIM2552.JPG
Rating: 2.67
1 comment
2667 views

If you specify a pixelsize, the width will be set to that size, even on (the most) responsive themes.
[wppa type="thumbs" album="1" size="400" align="right"]

This is the description of the first album. It has a € sign in the description.
1
Gold medal
HPIM1529.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.34
1 comment
38200 views
1985
Silver medal
HPIM0467.jpg (opajaap)
Views: 5679 times
Rating: 3.33
3 comments
5679 views
2
Silver medal
HPIM1530.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.53
4386 views
2029
Gold medal
HPIM2380.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.91
2 comments
4027 views
3
Gold medal
HPIM1531.JPG (opajaap)
Rating: 3.53
2 comments
7118 views
3237
HPIM2552.JPG (wppa-admin)
Views: 2667 times
Camera info

https://wppa.nl/wp-content/wppa-pl/First-album/HPIM2552.JPG
Rating: 2.67
1 comment
2667 views

When displaying single photos, make sure your display files have large enough pixelsizes to fill the width of the display. If you downsize during upload/import, the max size of the display files will be as set in Basic settings -> Photos -> I: Photo specifications -> Item 1: Resize during upload.
In slideshows, the photos will never be displayed larger than tey are, unless you tick Basic settings -> Slideshow -> I: Sllideshow component specifications -> Item 3: Stretch to fit.

[wppa type="photo" photo="4257"]

4257

A photo with a large enough pixelsize ( 1620 x 1080 )

[wppa type="photo" photo="4256"]

4256

The pixelsize of this photo is only 200 x 133