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2 rows of thumbnails for Ribbon + Fullsize

Thread began 1/20/2011 4:17 pm by mds119803 | Last modified 1/20/2011 4:17 pm by mds119803 | 645 views | 0 replies |


2 rows of thumbnails for Ribbon + Fullsize

I am trying to split the thumbnails ribbon into 2 rows. I see from past posts that you have to edit the css and js but can't find any finished threads on how to do it. I'm ok with editing css but don't really know how to get the js working. I've copied the ribbon + fullsize gallery and have started making changes. I'm using 102 x 102 thumbnails and want two rows of 4 to sit to the right of the main image instead of under it. I have edited another gallery quite a bit to get it looking how I wanted for my design ok but that didn't involve changing the js. Thanks
(update - I've now managed to get the thumbnails to the right side of the main image using css and so it is only splitting the thumbnails into 2 rows that I am stuck on, ie the js, if anyone can help - thanks)

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