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Karen Stiell:-
I am using Clickbox Gallery on my personal website. However the gallery in not showing in the viewpane when activated from a link at the bottom of the webpage (there are up down scroll bars) instead the gallery displays at the top of the webpage out of view. If you hold down the mouse button and scroll up using the up arrow key then you can see the gallery. This must be something to do with positioning but I haven't managed to work it out, despite many iterations of fixed, relative and absolute. The preceeding divs do not have positioning elements.
(08.10.2010, 18:11)



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