This guide explains some of the most common issues that arise when using the Ishimoto template.
Why is my navigation lower on some pages?
In Ishimoto, content centers vertically on the page. Pages without much content will have more padding at the top and bottom than longer pages.
If you want navigation to appear consistent across all pages, one option is to add Spacer Blocks to the bottom of Regular Pages to make them all the same length.
You can also experiment with increasing the height of the content on each page. For example, if the navigation on your Gallery Page is lower than your other pages, increase the height of your gallery using the Gallery Height (Max) tweak in the Gallery Styles section of the Style Editor. This moves the navigation higher on those pages.
Why is my Gallery Page stacked?
Due to responsive design, Ishimoto Gallery Pages display in a stacked format on any mobile display or browser that's 800 pixels or narrower. For more information, see Ishimoto Gallery Pages.
My slideshow gallery isn't scrolling when I click
All the images in the Ishimoto gallery must load before you can navigate within the gallery. If your gallery has a lot of very large images, it may take longer before you can advance through the gallery. We recommend a maximum width of 2500 pixels per image.
In general, the active image within the gallery center-aligns. However, this isn't the case for images at the beginning and end of the gallery slideshow, and may be less apparent depending on your image width and orientation.
To make it clear which image is active, add titles or captions to your images, or adjust the Gallery Slide Opacity in the Style Editor.