There are six choices for the alignment of images, two options for theme image and support for jAlbum's regions/faces.

In the image below click on the small icon below, to the right of 'Settings', to show/hide regions. As you hover over one of the displayed regions name you will see that region highlighted. The last region listed is, 'Show regions/faces', it is a link to the instructions for regions, at the bottom of this page.
Theme image
The Landing page's theme image can be overridden to show either the uncropped theme image or the album's representing image.
Image alignment
The images can be aligned in various ways. The alignment of images in each folder can be overridden selecting a folder and then entering edit mode.
Edit mode view
To change the alignment of images within the folder click on the triangle to the left of 'Journal'. Then click on the dropdown menu and pick an alignment. 'As set' will return the alignment to that set in the skins settings pane.

Below are the alignment choices.
Left aligned

Centre aligned

Right aligned

Float left

Float right

Float right, title left aligned
Content width
Sets the width of the content for large screens. The layout is based on twelve columns, so each column is 8.33% of the browser width. the content can be set between 5 (41.5%) and 10 (83.33%). For browser widths below 768px the content will always be 83.33% (ten columns).

A setting of 5 might work best with small images, keeping the images and text within an easy viewing/reading space. A setting of 10 will work best with large images.
If checked a download icon will be displayed against all images. The image to be downloaded will be the original, if linking to originals is selected, or to the largest available variant image - if variants are used.

jAlbum's regions are supported and can be used as links to other objects.

Show regions/faces
Check to include regions, set under jAlbum's 'Set regions contextual menu' in 'Explore' mode - hover over an image's thumbnail and select 'More' then 'Set regions'. Regions with the same name e.g. 'New tag' or 'Unknown', they will still be identified as separate areas in the album. 'Unknown' for example would be shown as Unknown 1, Unknown 2, Unknown 3 etc. The album page will show an 'i' icon if the image has at least one region/face.

Show regions/faces with no name.

If an image has regions, with no name it will be included in the album. The regions will be identified in the album as 'Unknown' with a number appended for each unamed area.

Regions link to area within the image

With this selected, When users click on it they will see a list of the regions.. Clicking on the region's name will move that region to the top of the page. Hovering over the regions name will highlight the corresponding region's name within the image.

With 'Regions ink to area within the image' unchecked, the regions can act as links to other objects. In this case the 'Show region description checkbox is disabled and the description field is used as the link information. Enter the exact base filename (no extension) of another object. When a user clicks on the region name the target object is moved to the top of the page. For an example see the 'Images' image at the top of this page.

Show region description

If 'Show region description (below region link)' is selected the text entered in the regions description field will be displayed. The description text will also be shown as a tooltip when hovering over the region.

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