We here at Typepad love taking pictures and showing them off to friends and family, so we know that you must love it too! To make showing your images off a better experience, we've completely updated the Image Gallery. This will allow you to put your best foot forward and make a great impression with your blog's photos.
An example Image Gallery.
To get started, you'll notice the following pop-up when you insert an image and select the Image Gallery option on the Compose Page:
The new Image Gallery image insert.
The first thing you want to do is choose your Thumbnail Size. This will be the size of the image that is displayed on your blog.
Images added to your Image Gallery will be placed in a grid format (unless you check the Scroll Gallery box, but more on that in a minute), so you'll will want to choose your Gallery Width. This is how wide the Image Gallery will be when displayed on your blog. Typepad will automatically offer only the number of image options that will fit on your blog's design, so no need to worry about images fitting the gallery. For example, if you choose the 75 pixel thumbnail size, you'll be able to fit more images in a row than if you choose the 250 pixel thumbnail size, so there will be more choices for 75 pixels than 250 pixels.
You can check the first box to add a border around your Image Gallery. If this remains unchecked, no border will be added.
Next, you can choose if you'd rather have one line of images for your Image Gallery instead of the grid format. Checking Scroll Gallery will result in an Image Gallery that looks like this: