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Bruno:-
Hi Stu,

I could solve my problem with the fixed image by myself - sorry for asking you too early.
But maybe you can help to solve the next problem:
I want to place the whole gallery centered in the middle column of a 3 columns layout. How can I achieve this?
(07.12.2006, 16:20)

Bruno:-
Hi Stu,

I´m back again asking you for a christmas favour ;-).

I want to use an image gallery with several different sets of images on different pages of my site. The sets contain landscape and portrait images and the number of images differs from set to set. This galery vs. 2 seems to fit best to my requirements but it is a little bit cumbersome to set up the pages and the handling of the thumb images is also difficult for the user especially when you have to show more than 30 images for example.

Could you find a solution which is independent of the number of images and which works for landscape and portrait images?
(20.12.2006, 11:43)

Nathan:-
Stu,

I really like what your doing here on your site and I'm really stoked on this feature. I was wondering how to manipulate this code for a cobranding format through smugmug,a photo hosting site. A gentleman by the name of Andy at www.moonriverphotography.com/gallery/729350 has this layout on his links page. We both have the same photo hosting site that has a section for css, java, header, footer, body tag and head tag.

I ahve set up all the code but I dont know how to up load a txt page of the code for you to see where I might have gone wrong. My site is www.opticaltranquility.com.

This code is way to advanced for the forum pros on www.Dgrin.com which by the way gives your site a lot of traffic, that is how I found you!

Hope you can help and if there is anything I can provide please let me know and Thanks for your time and efforts!!!
(04.01.2007, 20:36)

Dave:-
Hi Stu,

I've managed to integrate this gallery into an existing page, but for some reason I can't get the #holder pic to appear. It's obviously conflicting with something else on the page but I just can't find it. Your learned eye would be much appreciated:

ddjacobs.110mb.com/reubenpics.html

It's still in development, but I think you can see what I'm doing with it.

Many thanks,

Dave
(24.02.2007, 03:09)

Steve:-
Love your photo galleries Stu, this a fantastic site Well done! I do find though that trying to have the same look and functionality in IE makes for time consuming practises, if only it dispalyed like Firefox! I tried your IE hacks but I have a similar problem to Dave ^
(26.02.2007, 00:10)

Steve:-
Sometimes I can be a fool! <MOST important don't forget the right !DOCTYPE> it makes the world of difference when using IE, I added the correct !DOCTYPE and va-la it works, thanks again Stu wonderful work!
You can check the gallery out at <www.marklin.org.nz/sig_construct_gallery.html>
if you feel the need to.
(26.02.2007, 03:34)

Roman:-
is there a way to fix the porblem that when you move the scrollbar in ie than the selected image disappears?
(02.03.2007, 12:02)

Jefke:-
Hello,

I'm trying to use this gallerie and everything went fine... Now i'm having a problem that i can't solve. Struggling for 2 days now.

I've put the gallerie in a 100% width div and can't get the gallerie centered for every screen resolution. I changed the left position in % instead of px but no result.

Can someone help me with this problem please?

Many thanks for sharing the gallerie!
(23.07.2007, 10:15)

Steve:-
Hi Stu,

Great demos! Thanks for making them available.

I'm trying to get all of the gallery thumbnail images to overlap each other by 15 pixels. Is there one line of script that I can add to accomplish this for all the thumbnails, or will I need to insert multiple scripts with absolute positions for each individual thumbnail?

Thanks again!

Steve
(14.08.2007, 15:46)

Sally:-
I've downloaded a few different galleries and most work, including the images.
This one didn't. When I display in IE or Mozilla, the border for the thumbnails appear but not the actual images. However, when I run the mouse over each thumbnail border, the corresponding larger picture appears where it should be.
Help!
(01.09.2007, 03:32)

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