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size of PhotoGallery Slideshow - Wide

Thread began 2/11/2011 12:47 pm by fil2 | Last modified 2/12/2011 3:45 pm by fil2 | 2587 views | 12 replies


The slideshow wide was really made to present a 'banner' type slideshow, so you would really need to make all of the images for this slideshow with the same proportions as 960 x 260 (or larger but still with a 48:13 w/h proportional ratio).

This might mean selecting areas of your images to crop to these proportions, or stretching/overlaying/gradient etc the images to fit the 48:13 ratio.

The alternative would require:

1. further modification of javascript (beyond me - but someone might be able to help) and a good grasp of maths, or
2. using a separate PowerGallery solution which would give you more flexibility (by being able to add custom dimensions to a global file), or
3. using a different gallery template that doesn't depend on proportional sizing.
I would think that selectively editing/cropping/resizing in Photoshop or other program would be the easiest and most aesthetically appropriate option here.

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