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I need a specific size for my gallery without css styling

Thread began 2/26/2011 8:36 pm by mrs | Last modified 2/28/2011 11:07 am by mrs | 920 views | 1 replies


I need a specific size for my gallery without css styling

Hi, I am trying to get get my images to fit a specific area of a website, and I am really struggling to get it right!

Basically, I need the images to be 820 px wide X 360 px high so they can sit within a div that I have on every page, but I just can't seem to get any of the css I am entering to take effect. I have even made the images the exact size, but they are appearing in all sorts of places within my div and it's getting frustrating.

Each time I create a new gallery, the css seems to revert back to what has been created by webassist, even though I am editing the common css file!!

How do I force the size of images to be what I want them to be?

Also, I want to be able to randomise the order of the images as they display, is there a way of doing that?


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