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Thread began 4/02/2010 1:34 pm by i.edwards384429 | Last modified 4/05/2010 1:06 pm by i.edwards384429 | 1016 views | 4 replies


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using the blinds slide show on an exisiting templated site I created a new div called gallery and gave it a width of 450px with l and r margins set to auto.

I then resized 10 photos to 450px wide, variable height.

I filled the div with looreum text and it is centred with the text looking ok.

I deleted the loreum text leaving an empty div.

Went on line and uploaded all my ten photos and selected the option to Add to site and then I copied the php code for emdeding in a php page.

Pasted that into my page and uploaded.

If I run the page the show works but hte images are far bigger than my 450 px.

I've checked the JS and XML files but cant see any reference to auto resizing on upload

what have I missed?



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