You can choose from six different social wall layouts in Walls.io

To choose a layout for your social wall, go to Settings > Design.

If you don't have a social wall yet, it's time to create one!

 
🏠 The Walls.io Bricks layout

Bricks is a social wall layout that looks stunning on all displays. Big, high-quality images get more space on the social wall. Lower-res images are shown smaller. Posts with lots of text have a big font, which makes them easier to read, even from further away. It’s ideal for events, shops, restaurants, offices, or even stadiums. But it also looks great on websites, of course.
 

 
 
🌊 The Walls.io Fluid layout

The Fluid layout is Walls.io’s default layout. Built on a fluid grid style, it allows the tiles to expand according to the content of the post.
 

 
 

🔳 The Walls.io Grid layout

The Grid layout keeps all the posts aligned on a structured grid. All the posts are evenly aligned and won’t expand based on content.
 

 

 

🎹 The Walls.io Kiosk layout

This layout is called Kiosk because we believe it looks best on kiosk-style displays at trade shows, showrooms etc. The Kiosk layout displays one post at a time and uses 3D transformations.
 

 
 

🌏 The Walls.io Map layout

Many customers are using the Walls.io Map layout to showcase their global hashtag campaigns. The layout shows social media posts popping up on a map of the world, emphasising that campaign contributions are coming from all over the world. Learn more about enabling the map layout and Geo-location.
 

 
 

🎬 The Walls.io Billboard layout

With the Billboard layout active, posts on your wall appear one by one and full-screen, which opens up a world of unique use cases. This is especially interesting for those who want to display their social wall at an event on a computer or TV screen.
 

Learn more about customising layouts and styling your social wall in this video tutorial

In case you have further questions, don't hesitate to contact the support team via the chat or support@walls.io!

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