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Change large image size.

Thread began 11/29/2009 9:14 am by mark355725 | Last modified 12/04/2009 4:15 pm by mark355725 | 2663 views | 11 replies

Justin Nemeth

Originally Said By: mark355725
  Hi, I want to have the large images in powergallery showing at 400px high. Is this easy to change? I can't see it in the common.css file. Thanks, Mark  

The galleries are designed to work with the image dimensions specified. For instance, if we take the ribbon+fullsize gallery, the top image is proportionally resized to fit in a 782x481 size. If you want to change the image size, just be aware the design might not work as well depending on your images.

In any case, if you open the index.php file for the gallery you are using, try just adding a height="400" attribute to the <img> tag that is created in the "fullsize" div. So, using ribbon+fullsize again, line 58 is where you would add that height attribute.


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