Customisation

How to control the number of columns on your AwesomeWall

Our 'off the shelf' AwesomeWall product is fully responsive, and so it sets different column numbers by default depending on the device. However, recently we've found that more people want control over how many columns of images are shown on their AwesomeWall at different screen sizes. This is easy to achieve using the Custom HTML option; a feature for users with a bit of coding know-how. Step One Open your AwesomeWall admin area Step Two Add the following code into the Custom HTML box: <style> /* Wide desktop sizes */ @media (min-width: 1400px) { .masonry-brick { width: 16.66%; } // 6 columns } /* Medium »

How to use custom fonts with your AwesomeWall

We've recently launched custom HTML for your AwesomeWall, where quite simply, you can simply and easily add your own custom html to the AwesomeWall. This is a feature for more advanced users. Using custom HTML we can now easily add our own custom font to the AwesomeWall. Step One - Upload Font You need to upload your custom font somewhere. We've uploaded one here: https://awesomewall.s3.amazonaws.com/fonts/IkeaKorea.ttf Step Two - Add Custom HTML You need to add some custom HTML, you can do this via the AwesomeWall admin area. Here's an example. <style> »

SmartModeration what is it?

Here at AwesomeWall we try to make your lives easier. One of the ways we do this, is to make the moderation system as easy to use as possible. We know what it's like to wade through thousands of posts to try and find the ones you want to approve, and the posts you want to delete. This process can take a long time and might keep you locked behind your laptop forever... Eurgh, no one wants to do that. That's why we've made our moderation system super simple. And it's now even better than before. We have a shiny, »

Introducing our new JavaScript plugin

We've had a few requests recently from design agencies and developers who want to use AwesomeWall on client websites. But they need the AwesomeWall to blend in to the website and do something a little bit different. So they need to fully customise the design. Our design customisation system is great, but it doesn't let you customise everything quite as easily as writing CSS does... That is, if you understand how to write CSS. This then leads us on to the question, why not just write your own AwesomeWall system? The answer is quite simple really, we've spent the past »

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