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Joe:-
Any idea why the markup does not validate over at?
(07.05.2009, 06:15)

Joe:-
over at validator.w3.org
(07.05.2009, 06:17)

mrzpro:-
Dear Stu, my address is mrzpro@tin.it and as you know I've used your photo gallery in my site www.ferentino.org (and you've a link in my credits page) is possible to have the link from where I can download this file?
thank you very much
(31.05.2009, 16:01)

Richard:-
Thought this should be possible, so thanks for confirming it. Will look into using the technique.
(02.06.2009, 16:07)

J:-
This is a great script, I am trying to use it now. I am having problems getting the "X" to show up as well. Other than viewing the page source is there another place where you've laid out the CSS?
(03.06.2009, 14:39)

J:-
Ignore that last part, Stu (read the front page). Still can't get that dang close.gif to work.
(03.06.2009, 14:56)

J:-
Okay, I got the image to show (which took me longer than it should have, I feel like a dunce) however it is always visible, I'd like it to disappear when I'm not clicked into an image.
(03.06.2009, 15:08)

J:-
I see now, you actually dont have the X hidden, its only the same color as the background. What about for those like myself with more complicated background images? I'd like it if the "X" was only there when I clicked the images. Thanks for your time Stu! Great code
(03.06.2009, 15:16)

Stu:-
With this version you do not need the X to close as clicking anywhere on the lareg image screen will close it. So you could remove the X altogether or transfer it to the large image layout.
(03.06.2009, 16:16)

Tamara:-
Why does the enlarged grey background have a strip left at the bottom of IE browsers? about 1 inch in size (so it shows the webpage right through)?
Also, can you have the enlarged image display a little lower? I have a header that is quite big and when i select the image to enlarge, it views up too high and i have to scroll the page up.
(07.07.2009, 13:25)

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