The Titles lens was inspired by the custom SlideDeck lens used on the digital-telepathy blog (creators of SlideDeck 2). This lens is a gorgeous display for your latest blog posts or other dynamic content sources with striking imagery. Don't have great imagery in your content source? No worries, the Titles lens will fall back gracefully framing your content's title, time and author information.
Please note that due to its specialized, unique layout this lens does not work with Custom Content SlideDecks. There is not an option for excerpt display with this lens as the focus is on the imagery and the title, so you will see excerpt related options removed from the Content Options Panel.
All excerpt options will be removed from this options panel as this lens does not have an area for excerpt content.
The type of navigation to display. By default, thumbnails are used, but you can also opt to choose dots if your content doesn't have much imagery. You can also turn the navigation off completely with this option.
If you have chosen the "Thumbnails" navigation type, you can specify a percentage of the width of the thumbnails to determine the thumbnail's height. For example, a value of 50% will make the height of the thumbnail half of the width of the thumbnail.
For the launch of this lens, a video overview was created. Titles Lens Overview on YouTube
Sources This Lens Works With:
500px, Dailymotion, Dribbble, Flickr, Google+, Google+ Images, Instagram, Pinterest, Posts, RSS Feeds, Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube