CMS Gallery

Add a gallery component in the CMS Collections. Many of my clients want to add galleries/lightboxes to their CMS items.

  • Gravatar Rowan Hartsuiker
  • Jan 17 2017
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  • Jake V commented
    January 17, 2017 20:59

    I think this already exists.

  • Sergie Magdalin commented
    January 17, 2017 21:37

    This would be awesome. Currently the only way to add a lot of images to a collection like Portfolio Projects is to create a separate "Images" collection and reference the appropriate project for each image which is a big hassle. You can add a lot of image fields to the Project collection but there's a 30 field limit.

  • Pascal Tremblay commented
    January 17, 2017 23:35

    This is #1 on my wishlist. In my experience this has been one of the major features our websites need that we have to do custom/workaround work for. And most CMS projects need dynamic image galleries.

  • Sergie Magdalin commented
    January 18, 2017 00:35

    The tricky thing about having a Gallery field is that sometimes gallery images have titles and other fields within them. Maybe a "flexible" field where you can choose all the fields you'd need for it. So you'd be able to upload multiple images with their own titles, rich text, links, and any other field. So meta. 

  • Rowan Hartsuiker commented
    January 18, 2017 12:43

    Sergie, we trust on you to solve the tricky part of this wishlist item ;-)

  • Kjell Ruben Strøm commented
    January 18, 2017 13:36

    Cant we look to squarespace for this. They let the client add images, choose what type of gallery, if it should or should not be thumbnails, They can add headline and body to each image with link and other formating, and choose some other styling preferences. Might be a bit complicated, but would be great :D

  • Cameron Johnson commented
    January 18, 2017 15:48

    This would be awesome! Endless possibilities with it!

  • Chris Gardiner commented
    January 18, 2017 18:28

    In need off this now!!

  • JUXTA Design commented
    January 18, 2017 21:07

    This would be INCREDIBLY useful. +1

  • Martijn Hoppenbrouwer commented
    January 19, 2017 11:22

    I also think this alreay exists.

  • Rowan Hartsuiker commented
    January 19, 2017 19:06

    How can you THINK it already exists? It either exists or it does not, lol! 

    And it does not exist...YET!

  • Jay Bussiere commented
    January 20, 2017 02:02

    Most components that work so well before the webflow CMS world, do not have an option to connect to your CMS datalists.  I believe this should be addressed since they work so well already and a great time saver.  (ie. galleries, sliders, lightbox, tabs, etc)

  • Michael Wurst commented
    January 22, 2017 12:14

    Would be awesome! #1 on my wishlist :D!!! 

  • Diarmuid Sexton commented
    January 23, 2017 10:10

    #1 on my wishlist also

  • Brett Houston commented
    January 24, 2017 03:20

    We need this feature pretty badly. Several clients want this option.

  • Joe Hoffman commented
    January 26, 2017 15:44

    This would be helpful - I have a separate entry for each gallery image and use multi-ref to pull in all the images and hacked together a working gallery/lightbox. This would have made it a lot easier.

  • Kjell Ruben Strøm commented
    February 1, 2017 14:14

    This should also make it possible to make a Pinterest looking image gallery. Its actually hard to make portfolio websites for people when that is not an option at all in webflow. 

  • Shadi Desjardins commented
    February 2, 2017 01:57

    #1 on my wishlist too!!!! pretty please? I'm going crazy trying to figure out an efficient/effective way to get a big gallery with different sections together for my current client/project. 

  • Koen Spaansen commented
    February 6, 2017 19:01

    Idea: Selecte the gallery pictures by: Date, Tags, or maybe even part of the image name or map structure (if there is) 

  • Hywel Thomas commented
    February 9, 2017 17:02

    My client said "you have all these great features but not a gallery for the CMS?" I'm totally with him on this.

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