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1) The first trigger is set up as the thumbnail image and the other triggers (project photos) are hidden behind that thumbnail.
2) A second part to this question is, is there a way to only have 1 text box that will stay with all the photos in the widget?
1) For this fragment you need to use only one composition lightbox with one trigger as thumbnail. You can put it in the target window of lightbox slideshow widget with 15 photos...
2) ...and a single text frame
But keep in mind that even with this approach, the page can be very heavy, if there will be many fragments. I think the best option is still to have a different pages
I'm not sure I understand what you mean. Are you saying to put the slideshow lightbox widget inside of a composition lightbox widget, essentially merging 2 widgets? I have 15 different projects to highlight on 1 page. Each project has multiple photos and only 1 description (there are no photo captions, just 1 project write up). Each of the thumbnails you see on the left are actually triggers for separate widgets. Some of the widgets have multiple photos. In that case, there are additional trigger boxes that are hidden behind the corresponding thumbnail so that all photos for 1 project are not visible but can be scrolled thru using the arrows when the target box pops up.
Here is a screenshot of what I am talking about. I moved each project's target box to the outside space so that while I go into each one to edit they are not all overlapping and easy to view. Otherwise if they are on the project page I cannot easily edit the text inside. With them off the page though it ends up showing white space at the bottom of the site when I preview. Also, the text on the bottom is the same for each project but there are multiple photos.
Thank you so much for this! This is exactly what I was looking for!