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Please note. I get a few hundred emails a week from visitors asking for help, or posing questions on how to modify my demos to suit their application and I read them all. Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time to spend answering these questions.

So if I do not reply, please do not be offended, and if I do reply then you are one of the lucky ones.

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John:-
When I click on the tutorial for A Photograph Gallery I get the code for the one with dogs.

Also, no where in the code is there
anything about clicking to hold
the image.
(17.07.2009, 21:45)

Ralph:-
hello Stu, This gallery (A Photo Gallery 18/2/09) seems right for my purpose. Fifty annual amateur Musical Productions with around 16 to 20 photos per show. I propose a separate gallery for each show/year. I'd like permission to use it, please, and also I can't find a download button on the page. Thanks.
(24.09.2009, 21:50)

Stu:-
Check the site FAQs.
(24.09.2009, 21:55)

jugu:-
where are the download links of each demonstration, is there any one who used your any demonstration? why the hell you don't give the download links, & you are asking for donations, this is good way to make money for nothing. SCAM SCAM SCAM, be careful.
(01.11.2009, 04:50)

Stu:-
As my previous post, check the site FAQs. Some of my demos are self contained in the source code and the site FAQs will tell you where to look. Others have download links and those that require a support donation I will email a zip once this is made.
I have thousands of visitors who have given their support and received the demo zip files.
CSS play is not a scam, but is my showcase of how CSS can be used and advanced CSS techniques.
Only CSS play offers such demos and menus.
(01.11.2009, 08:26)

Peter:-
Hi Stu,
Do I need a PHP Hosting as I can't see working on my site.I can see the thumbnails but when you point on the thumbs the big photo doesn't come up?
Many Thanks
(15.07.2010, 11:34)

Stu:-
PHP is not needed for any of my demos.
Check that you are using a standards compliant doctype and that the path to your images and your image names are correct (upper and lower case letters etc.)
(15.07.2010, 12:25)

Mark:-
Hi Stu,

Thanks, this CSS gallery is exactly what I've been looking for -- simple, efficient and elegant. Perfect!
I noticed one issue which I hope you can help with:
Currently the #container background colour is set to #888, and if I move my mouse pointer from one thumbnail to another the large image correctly switches at the mid-way boundary between the thumbnails (with a padding of 21px between). But if I set the #container background to "none" or "transparent" and move the pointer between thumbnails, the large image disappears when I reach the edge of the first thumbnail and doesn't reappear until I reach the edge of the second thumbnail... the 21px of padded area between thumbnails is no longer considered part of the thumbnail's hover area.
This causes a lot of flickering in the large image area as the viewer moves their mouse around the thumbnails as the large image disappears when pointing to the padded areas.
Strangely enough this only happens in IE7, as it seems to work fine in Firefox. Can you suggest anything to correct this quirky behaviour for IE7?

Kind regards.
(20.07.2010, 12:29)

Courtney:-
Hi Stu,

Wonderful. Very helpful. I was wondering if there is a way to move the larger image to the right side of the screen? I have been reading through the code and trying a few things, but nothing seems to work the way I want. I still want the thumbnails to stay where they are, but I want the expanded larger image to justify to the right edge of the screen. Any advice?
(29.12.2010, 04:09)

matt:-
is it just me? i can't find the download anywhere... looked everywhere...! nice demo though
(17.12.2011, 20:17)

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