The Style Settings panel in the Gantry based theme administration interface provides several options for configuring the main built in stylistic aspects of the template.


Gantry also provides the ability for you to create your own custom presets based on any parameter in the theme administrator. You should determine which parameters you wish to configure to be a part of the presets.

Assigning a Style

With Gantry, the ability to assign a certain style to an individual page has never been easier and/or more efficient. Just follow these simple steps:

  • Go to Extensions → Template Manager → rt_kirigami → Assignments → *Menu Item*
  • Select your preset from Show Presets, configure and save.

After setting your defaults to the desired values, select the Menu Items button and choose the menu item you wish to modify the parameters for. You will then see a series of checkboxes on the left of all the supported parameters. Select the checkbox next to the parameter you wish to modify, it will then become active, and you can modify as you wish. Clicking “Save” or “Apply” in the toolbar will then save this configuration.

Gantry Framework: Per Menu Item Controls

Share my work

New Book Launch Date

  • List of Shops
  • Purchasing Information
  • Book Information
  • Launch Night

Book Shops

In The Book Stores Now

"The Other Half Lives" Is in the book stores now. If you visit any of these stores you will have a chance to buy from the first publication:
Winding Stair Bookshop – 40 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1.
Connolly Books – 43 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Gallery Of Photography – Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Freebird Records – 15a Wicklow Street, Dublin 2.
Spindizzy Records – 32 Georges Street Arcade, Dublin 2
Little Museum of Dublin - 15 St Stephen’s Green, near the corner of Dawson Street - Open every day from 9.30am-5pm, on Thursday's, open until 8pm.

SPECIAL OFFER: Copies will be offered at the special opening price of €25 per copy or two for €40, launch night only.

Share my work

Purchasing Information


The Other Half Lives

The Other Half Lives is now available in pre-order at Hi Tone Books. All pre-orders will be posted out on 6 May 2014. You can already purchase the book via the links on Hi Tone Books. You can view the book on For more information check out Wally's work on his website at For up to date purchase information on this book visit, Hi Tone Books. If you are interested in this book you will definitely be interested in Garry O’Neill's publication of "Where Were You" also found on his website at Where Were You.

You can NOW purchase this book at most book stores. For a full list click on List of shops.

SPECIAL OFFER: Copies will be offered at the special opening price of €25 per copy or two for €40, launch night only

Share my work

Book Information


Book Information

Title: The Other Half Lives Author: Wally Cassidy Foreword: Tony Murray Introduction: Gavin Corbett ISBN: 978-0-9569493-2-5 Format: Hardback, 240x257mm Extent: 144 pages, duotone Weight: 1.2kg Published: May 2014.


In these pages, on these streets (they begin to feel like one and the same thing), you’ll find heated protests, burning dummies, punks pissing on post-apocalyptic waste grounds, falling horsemen, dogs ready to pounce … You can practically hear the clang of metal barriers being rushed and the rattle of knuckles on placards.

– from the introduction by Gavin Corbet

Share my work

Launch Night


Launch Night
All Welcome 
The launch night will be at the "Gallery of Photography Ireland" located at Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. You are welcome to come along and bring your friends. Wally Cassidy will be their to sign any copies you may have purchased.

T: +353 1 671 4654.

E. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Time:  6pm.
Date: Friday 16th May 2014
Guest Speaker will be Donal Fallon (Come here To Me)

In 130 photographs from the early 1990s, Wally Cassidy captures pre-boom Dublin in all its tattered glory. Loosely divided into four sections – Street, Protest, Smithfield and Punks – these images reflect the tensions and contradictions of a nation struggling to define itself. At times harsh, but tempered with humour and humanity, The Other Half Lives is an honest and arresting collection.

Share my work