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Image Resize and to Mask any Photo Description

Thread began 7/28/2011 9:44 am by pcondon1390228 | Last modified 7/29/2011 4:52 pm by pcondon1390228 | 1067 views | 3 replies


Image Resize and to Mask any Photo Description

Hi, I hope you can help.

I have downloaded the latest powergallery 1.2.2 and have it on the following page
little_me_photo1.php. The page only allows for 7 thumbnails to be displayed at a time and I have altered the css for this. However I have two questions:

1) How do I resize the main image as this is currently too large?

2) I also want to hide any caption/description to the photos as the client does not want these to show. In the documentation I have read it indicates option in the gallery.js file for to set the caption to "false" however this is not in the file.

Can you help please

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