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djedie:-
How to close them by a click ON the image (kije with the slide show).
What do I have to modify in the XHTML or CSS file?

Finally, I did it, it works, but the 2X images (small zoom) appears behind the small ones.
However, a simple clic on the large image close it.
Can you help me ?
(11.05.2006, 22:46)

Stu:-
djedie, that's the problem. You cannot have the small zoom AND the large image ckick to close. That is why it works on the 'slide show' but not on the galleries.
I do not know of any way round this.
(11.05.2006, 23:00)

djedie:-
ok, thanks a lot.
And congratulation for your website!
(11.05.2006, 23:05)

Lars:-
Thanks a lot for this great gallery css - it's always a pleasure to check the stuff on your site.

I use this gallery on my own page and noticed a strange effect in IE. If I don't include the lines
a, a:visited {
color: #e0e1d9;
}

a:hover {
text-decoration:none;
}
which are (other colour) also in cssplay.css, IE stops opening the large image after a few clicks on the thumbnails. Only when you click on a thumbnail and move the mouse to the background, the large image appears.
I don't know if there is some interference with my own css file. If I copy your whole gallery page on my site and remove these entries from the css, the same thing happens. Any idea?

Keep on playing!
(13.05.2006, 12:12)

Stu:-
Lars, this is a necessary 'feature' of IE in that it NEEDS the default states of links to be defined in order to work correctly.
I found this out a few months ago (by accident) when working on a demonstration that used both hover and active.
There is no way round this but it is not normally a problem to define the defaults in this way.
(13.05.2006, 12:22)

Lars:-
Thank you for the very quick reply.

Do I need to define _all_ states? I don't describe the active state so far, and I don't find it in your css files.
(13.05.2006, 12:28)

Stu:-
Lars, it is always safer to set the default style of all states. Mine is set in the cssplay.css file
(13.05.2006, 13:00)

Men:-
good work, I like it.
(10.06.2006, 05:20)

Ted Bullock:-
The html validator extension for firefox (tidy) complains about the empty <span class="clr"></span>.

Would not a better solution (and certainly more intuitive) be to have <br class="clr" />?

Just my $0.02
(19.06.2006, 23:19)

christina:-
hi there,
im having trouble with this and others.
im not sure where everything goes together within html and css, because you have to put cartain elements here and there im confused with creating my own, i need help...
my email is
krystyna93@gmail.com
thanks
(04.07.2006, 07:45)

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