The Bricks theme looks stunning on all displays. It showcases visual content and lets big images shine. Posts with lots of text have a big font, which makes them easier to read, even from further away. This makes Bricks perfect for big screens and displays at events, shops, restaurants, offices, museums, or even sports stadiums. It also looks great on websites, of course.
The Fluid theme is Walls.io’s default theme. Built on a fluid grid style, it allows the tiles to expand according to the content of the post. This theme is a great all-rounder that works well on individual screens, as well as public screens at reception halls, live events, offices, exhibitions, etc.
Very similar to the Fluid theme, the Grid theme has a neat, clean, and organised layout, with all the posts aligned on a structured grid. The main difference is that in the Grid theme, all the posts are evenly aligned and won’t expand based on content.
This theme is called Kiosk because we believe it looks best on kiosk-style displays at trade shows, showrooms etc. The Kiosk theme displays one post at a time and uses gorgeous 3D transformations, dynamically adapted background colours and swift animations to make your content really shine.
Many customers are using the Walls.io Map theme to showcase their global hashtag campaigns. The theme shows social media posts popping up on a map of the world, emphasising that campaign contributions are coming from all over the world
With the Billboard theme active, posts on your wall appear one by one and fullscreen, 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. Billboard displays the posts, one by one and in a comfortable size for reading on a standard screen, even from a bit further away. Thus it puts an end to a crowd of people bulking up in front of the screen in order to read the ever-changing posts on a more regular layout.
Having your logo visible on your social wall is a pretty simple way to make it immediately recognisable. Visitors will quickly be able to figure out who runs the social wall and if you hyperlink your logo to your website or campaign microsite, they can easily find out more about your brand and your campaign as well.
Unless you’re a social media manager in a big company where you can simply ask the next IT person to help you with the CSS, you’ll need an easier way to customize your Walls.io appearance. This is where the Walls.io Style Editor comes in. No tech skills needed!
You can easily change the tile background, the text colour and the tile border colour. This gives you pretty much endless possibilities of colour combinations.
Of course, if you prefer to use CSS to customize your wall or want to additionally change something in the CSS, Walls.io allows you to do pretty much anything you want and can do with CSS. Here are just a few examples of what you could do with CSS:
No matter what size or resolution your device or embed is, you can be sure that the Walls.io social feed widget always looks great! Besides that, the fact that Walls.io is fully responsive enables you to moderate your social wall from any device during a live event.
Collect and showcase the best posts, photos or videos from multiple social platforms using hashtags, keywords, and profiles.
Adapt the look and feel of your social media wall with our easy-to-use style editor. No matter what size or resolution your device or embed is, the Walls.io widget always looks great.
We filter spam based on text analysis as well as image-based NSFW detection, which helps ensure the highest standard of conversation. Easily block spam and abusive posts.
Walls.io is easy to set up and use and you don’t need to have any coding skills. Setting up a social media wall for your website or event takes just a few minutes!
Sponsored posts are a great way to make money by getting sponsors for your social wall and offering them ad space on it. Furthermore, they are a versatile tool that you can use in various other ways as well.
Connect the posts on your social wall to your products or services with a call-to-action button that leads directly to a product page or a sign-up form.