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Picture display containment size

Thread began 1/04/2010 5:05 pm by Alan Shaw | Last modified 2/25/2010 1:37 pm by Alan Shaw | 3025 views | 6 replies

Alan Shaw

I've had a quick play adjusting the 'Ribbon_Fullsize common.css file' and I still have a few issues.

Some images overlap, I was wondering if it might be better to physically reduce the dimensions of the pictures and upload again.

The backgound fits the page now, but I need to get the images to fit the background.

With the thumbs set to 6 the forward arrow drops a line, set at 5 and it's OK, there must be a 'width' set somewhere but I can't seem to find it.

In the index.php file under 'Ribbon_Fullsize' what does line 23 control?
#outerWrapper { width: 895px; margin: 20px auto; }

By altering the width I didn't see any changes.

My attempt is here: pics.php

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