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Can you click the red link (from the screenshot in your email) and let us know what it says (and send another screenshot)?
Also, are you having any MAMP PHP errors (in the PHP logs) or and Apache log errors (in the apache logs) -these are accessible via MAMP interface.
Can I ask you to try another template in your TDK (in the '/templates' folder). E.g. https://github.com/basekit-templates/atelier/tree/develop
Once you've installed (downloaded via zip or pulled from GitHub) the template, can you check if it is appearing correctly in your browser? I.e. are the site styles pulling through?
We have an open development ticket for this issue - which will initially address 'the ability to add a link to the slideshow widget'. We are hoping for the ticket to be implemented in time for our v8 product release, however, it is likely that it will appear in a subsequent sub-release (once the core UI / features are rolled out). I will keep you informed!
In the meantime, unfortunately, there is no easy way to add links to a gallery unless it is hard-coded into the template (and updated manually).
One way around it would be to use a carousel plugin such as Owl Carousel - and add an image widget into each slide (as the widget has the ability to link to another page). Something like Wales News but with full width images.
Also, thought it might be worth mentioning our blog post on 'How to create custom image galleries and sliders with BaseKit '. In a nutshell this tutorial explains how to manipulate the 'manage albums' section so a user is able to add their own images to a custom slideshow (not using the widget itself). It doesn't however solve the 'link' issue we're talking about here.
Here are some example sites that have used the custom image gallery data:
If you need any help give me a shout!
I'm looking to add a video to a theme I'm working on - is this possible without hosting the file somewhere first?