Thanks Levon, that worked! The page height is now behaving normally.
I really prefer this plugin compared to the DIY solution explained in another thread, because, when the screen is narrow and there are less columns than initially defined, the logical order of the photos is kept (vs. one RG below the other with the DIY solution, if I understood it correctly).
To make this plugin really perfect, it would be great if:
- you could tweak it so that we can use the separator feature of an RG (more on this below);
- it wouldn’t systematically add a 400px padding (approx.) at the bottom of the group or page containing it.
Currently if I define a separator, this is the result I get:
Without the separator (and simply adding some padding to the photo inside the cell), I get something good, but not perfect:
If I try to compensate that right gap by having the RG expand slightly more to the right it breaks all the responsiveness:
If I put the RG into a group to control the horizontal alignment behavior, it doesn’t work (same visual result as above).
So the plugin is definitely usable now compared to the initial version, but for a perfect visual result it would be great if we could use the RG’s separator and not have the padding at the bottom.
Nb: we can observe the same thing on the demo page: