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Daniel:-
Hey Stu,

Well... What can I say? You really own it there. My biggest compliments. Unfortunately I'm a real beginner here. I saw in the comments-list, that Lola was asking you how to get the horizontal version and you answered here by saying that the galleryh is the solution. But I can't find the galleryh style?

Thanks in advance.
(02.12.2009, 15:56)

Daniel:-
sorry Stu, I'm a complete Idiot.
I didn't see the wood for the trees :-)
I found it now. :-) Never mind.
(02.12.2009, 16:01)

Melanie:-
very good thing indeed. Stu, how can I add more images to the gallery instead of only 7?
thanks so much.
(08.12.2009, 08:14)

Stu:-
You would just need to recalculate the overall width or height depending which version you are using
(08.12.2009, 10:21)

Melanie:-
Ah I see. Thanks a lot.
(08.12.2009, 14:18)

Gibbym:-
Really cool. Thanks for the idea. Do you think it could be done with captions for each photo (without putting the caption in the pics via Photoshop) This seems like a great way to provide many details in a limited space.
(16.03.2010, 21:02)

Kevin:-
Stu,
This tutorial was fantastic!! The only problem I am having is the placeholder of the menu that says vertical. How do I replace that. I am guessing that is the background url in the css code, but when I connect something else, I just have a blank white screen under the working gallery. Thank you for your time.
(08.04.2010, 16:04)

shawn:-
great,simple gallery setup! I was wondering if there is a way to show just a 'slice' of the full size image instead of compressing the entire image? it'd make the 'strips' more readable.
(28.04.2010, 20:28)

david:-
i'm grooving on the translucent edging on each of the images. how's that done? javascript? or css z-indexing? anyone know? new to all of this. thanks.
(09.06.2010, 20:40)

Stu:-
This is part of each image.
(09.06.2010, 22:12)

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