Change title font size of WordPress Gallery

Question:

I am working for my client to build a WP site and they have purchased the Wonderplugin Video Gallery Commercial plugin. I have activated it and want to reduce the text size in the Title. I have attached a screengrab to this email, as the site is on a test site and cannot be viewed by anyone but me yet. Can you please let me know what to do?

Answer:

In Step 3, Options tab, click Advanced Options button, then enter the following text to the Advanced Options field:

data-titlecss="{color:#ffffff; font-size:12px; font-family:Armata, sans-serif, Arial; overflow:hidden; white-space:normal; text-align:left; padding:10px 0px;}"
data-descriptioncss="{color:#ffffff; font-size:10px; font-family:Armata, sans-serif, Arial; overflow:hidden; white-space:normal; text-align:left; padding:0px 0px 10px 0px;}"

A demo is as following:

Show description under the video for WordPress Gallery Vertical Skin

Question:

I am using the WonderPlugin Gallery Version 2.0.

Is there a way to show the description of the video under the video being played in the gallery ? I am using the Vertical Skin.

Thanks

Answer:

Yes, in step 2, Options tab, click the button Advanced Options, then enter the following text to the right side Advanced Options field:

data-showdescription="true"
data-titleheight="80"

A demo is as following:

One MP4 format to play in all web browsers and devices

Product:

WonderPlugin Gallery

Question:

Can I only use one mp4 video format to play in all browsers?

Answer:

Yes. You only need to provide one mp4 format to play in all web browsers and devices.

In iPhone, iPad, Android, Chrome, Safari, IE 10 and above, the gallery will use HTML5 to play the mp4 video.

In the legacy web browsers, for example, Internet Explorer 8 and 9, the gallery will use Flash to play the mp4 video.

Firefox and Opera support HTML5, but they do not support mp4. For these two browsers, if you have provided a WebM video, it will use HTML5 to play the WebM. Otherwise, it will use Flash to play the mp4 video.

If your mp4 video does not play in the web browser and devices, one possible reason is your video is not HTML5 compatible. You can use freeware HandBrake http://handbrake.fr/ or FFMPEG https://www.ffmpeg.org/ to re-encode the video.

Play Video Automatically

Question:

I am using the WordPress Gallery plugin. What I saw the gallery, in the slider the video automatically starts, but on the iPad Air it doesn’t. The slider waits until you manually start the video.

Is there a way to start the video automatically on an iPad Air, or is this not possible?

Answer:

It's not possible. Video auto play is disabled on iPhone, iPad and Android. It's a limit by the devices.

Responsive video gallery and auto play

Question:

About the WordPress Photo & Video Gallery, is the gallery responsive? Can the videos be played in 'auto play' or in sequence?

Answer:

1. Yes, the gallery is responsive. In the Options tab -> Gallery Option, there is an option Responsive - Support responsive web design.

2. In the same tab, there is an option "Auto slide". If this option is on, the gallery will  auto play the image slideshow. But it still won't auto play video.

3. In the same tab, there is an option "Automatically play video". When this option is on, it will automatically play video and if the option "Auto slide" is on, it will play in sequence.  But "auto play video" is not supported on mobile and tablets, it's a limitation of the devices.