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Stu:-
michael, the horizontal version css is embeded in the source code for the page, and I hope that you like the new layout as much as the last.
(02.10.2005, 18:04)

elffie:-
Hello, I love the compressed photo galleries. I would like to use them on myspace.com but the css and html are not working though they are allowed. For example I tried to use the html format for the sliding photo gallery but viewing it on myspace.com only shows the pictures on top of each other and bullets on the left of them.

I have a lot of pictures to share, but I dont want to take up too much room. Can you help, please. Thank you...
(22.10.2005, 18:15)

Stu:-
elffie, it sounds as though you are not linking correctly to your style sheet. Can you post the url?
(22.10.2005, 18:55)

michal:-
Hi Stu,
I must say, I love your sliding-gallery code. I told someone about it and they loved it as well. I, for one, really like how the galleryie doesn't resize the images but simply places them one on top of the other. To make it easier for my friend to adapt it, I created a little Excel spreadsheet where you enter a few params and it'll spit out the code for you. I made the spreadsheet for him but was wondering if you'd be interested in having a copy. (It might also need one last check to make sure that the parameters are calculated properly).
If you would like to have it, please tell me where to send it/upload it.
Thank you again, your whole website is a real source of inspiration.
(24.10.2005, 22:50)

Michael:-
Hey Stu-Great stuff, as a beginner in CSS your site has been a great reference. I really like these sliding galleries. I am a photographer and am adapting this code for my site but I also do quicktime 360 images. I am having a problem getting them to display. any thoughts?
(11.11.2005, 20:31)

Leastest Genius:-
Hello Stu:

Thanks again for the wonderful reference. Have a client barking up my tree for a site yesterday and want so bad to make her photo/press/flyer gallery like your rollover example. Having trouble with getting photos to show up inside thumbnail boxes. Just now figured out I could link the source file for the bigger ones... HELP! :>//
(18.11.2005, 19:45)

Leastest Genius:-
OK I think it's fixable now just the ../ is what was messing is up both in xhtml and in the css. All I have to do now is tweek the sizes and fix a couple things. Woopeeee!! Thanks again for your fabulous reference. Don't know what I'd do with out you :)
(18.11.2005, 20:16)

Avril Bayer:-
Hi Stu!
I've been having fun with your stacked photo gallery, but would like to use an image for the "top of the stack" as well. Could you kindly help out? Thanks in advance!
(08.01.2006, 08:41)

Stu:-
Avril, the easiest way would be to use the gallery background image to hold the 'top of stack'. Otherwise you would need an extra list item to hold the image but not have it as a 'linked' item. This way it would not be compressed but would get pushed out of site (not compressed) when the other photos are selected.
(08.01.2006, 13:56)

Linda:-
Hi Stu, I love your site. I am a student in Web Development and Web site Tools courses. I found your site while researching on the assignments. I posted the link for the other students. I hope you don't mine. Thank you for including the source code of the Photo Gallery. I am also a photographer and can't wait to try this technique on my photos and web site.
(11.01.2006, 00:53)

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