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Gallery images very large on homes page

Thread began 9/23/2013 1:16 pm by Roz431315 | Last modified 1/07/2014 5:37 pm by Roz431315 | 1415 views | 20 replies


Gallery images very large on homes page

Hi Jason,

Ray added a customize gallery to home page on It's was for product new arrivals. Most of the code is in
galleries\new_arrivals. In the Admin Content editor it's called (Middle Pod)
When clicking on the image to enlarge it in the new arrivals... the image takes up the whole page.
The client does not have the capability of reducing the size of the image. I also notice in the normal galleries there are multiple sizes of the same image. I am not sure if this is a procedural issue or when Ray and I were testing we were using smaller images. When the client adds a product they select 2 categories (i.e. Bracelet and New Arrivals)

currently there are only 4 product...In the attachments the product labeled (Ernie Lister Bracelet) file named is (ss 001_thumb.jpg) when uploaded. All images for the(Ernie Lister Bracelet) start with ss001 and ss02.

Please let me know what you need , thanks Roz

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