If you are planning to show the same wall in different looks on different screens, you can override the theme for each display using modifier URLs.

For example, the Walls.io #doggo wall is using the Fluid theme by default: https://walls.io/doggo

I can easily override this theme by adding the ?theme  modifier. Let's say that I want this wall to use the map theme. All I have to do is add ?theme=map  to the wall URL.

https://walls.io/doggo?theme=map

You can use these settings for all the other themes. Just add ?theme=  to the URL and add the name of the theme. This is a very handy feature if you're using your social wall on multiple displays.

Here's the full list of the supported theme URL modifiers:
?theme=grid
?theme=kiosk
?theme=billboard
?theme=map
?theme=fluid
?theme=bricks
 

 

 

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