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A. Rudolf:-
Ok now we got it! I want to use the title tag :)
</span><em><img src="test.jpg" alt="" title="<b></b>" /></em></a>

would that the right syntax i guess?
and the style something like :
.b { position: absolute ect}

If so i think i have to thank you. You safed my sunday. *big* Thanks
(01.05.2006, 20:48)

Ok, firstly the title tag cannot be used in this way. You will need to add the title for display in this way:
<em><img src="test.jpg" alt="" title="" /><b>This is the Title</b></em>
(01.05.2006, 20:59)

A. Rudolf:-
Great that worked for me. Thx for the fast help.
I really like the ideas you make real with CSS. I studied before Dave Sheas site but it was always the same structure (as intended i know). But here u show something really different. Keep on going!
(01.05.2006, 21:26)

Hi Stu:

I look forward to using this fantastic gallery soon.
I was wondering if there was a way for Safari users to not get that "moving ghost" of an image if they move their mouse, or can the mouse position be automatically pegged to the bottom right, or otherwise moved out of the way without disturbing the image? It is a shame to have such a great gallery and then to see a big arrow in the middle of the photos.
(05.05.2006, 22:56)

Hello again:

I also noticed in Safari that a blue highlight appeared over the image if I dragged the photo with the mouse at all. I think that by adjusting the mouse postion, this would happen less, but I wonder if it can be totally avoided?

Thanks for any advice!
(05.05.2006, 23:02)

Andrew, this is an unfortunate problem with Safari and Opera. These browsers will not retain the :active/:focus state once the mouse button is released.
I do not know of any way to position the mouse with CSS. It may be possible to add a javascript routine, but that would defeat the object of this site.
(05.05.2006, 23:04)

This is a very nice job.
But I have a small problem:
Actually I use the MK3 one, and I just wanted to close LARGE images with a clic on it instead of the "clic to close large image" button.

How to do that ?
(11.05.2006, 17:41)

djedie, easy....just get Firefox. This is the normal way for this browser. Click to open and click again (even on the large image) to close.
Unfortunately it is not possible with any other browser. But you don't have to click on a button (that's just for show) just click anywhere off the large image.
(11.05.2006, 17:57)

I have Firefox, and with the MK3 galerie, we can't close the big image. However it is possible with the "silde show" one.
But I would like to do this with the MK3 one
(11.05.2006, 22:10)

djedie, sorry I thought that you were referring to the slide show for which these are the comments. The slide show can be closed by a click on the large image but the others require a click anywhere off the large image.
(11.05.2006, 22:24)

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