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I came to the website to check on something else, but then noticed you have a couple new templates that I was not aware of — one being the new Gridder.
You are using it as a tool to show staff/people, but I am envisioning buying the template and using it as a tool to display a portfolio on a website. It seems as though it would work nicely for this purpose.
But it looks from the demo that if I used it for a portfolio there are some fields I would not be populating. Is there going to be a way to stop fields not used at all and keep them from showing up on the front of the website and being blank.
I am thinking if you tell me that is possible, I’ll buy the Gridder and give it a try for the portfolio purpose.
I forgot to add this question onto the post above — is Gridder going to work responsively on a responsive theme?
I’m actually planning on using a tweaked version of Gridder to display a directory of sites using Connections … any way to answer your question.
If you do not enter anything in a field, it will not be displayed. I would say the minimum required is a name, bio and photo.
Yes, Gridder should work just fine in a responsive theme … the theme running on this site right now is a responsive theme so you could see its compatibility by visiting the demo in different devices.
Hope that answers your questions thoroughly!
Thanks Steven, sounds as though it will work for what I was thinking about.
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