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Power gallery compatibility + inline Style tag

Thread began 6/15/2011 12:00 am by sales403630 | Last modified 6/16/2011 4:56 pm by Jason Byrnes | 913 views | 2 replies |


Power gallery compatibility + inline Style tag

Hi I'm having issues with the the IE9 and other browser compatibility issues (half a image etc), I have read some posts and looked at the Know issue updates etc.

But before I do them I want to know which version I'm running... so I know where to start from... how do I check that?

+ in investigating the above issue I noticed that the power gallery include was adding the style sheets and js files inside the body tag, as it happens half way through the page. This in turn is causing compliance issues and over riding js I put in the head. Now I have already added the necessary js and style sheets to my page in the head where I assume it should be... how do I stop Power Gallery adding it a second time when I insert the gallery on a php page? I can see why your bundling it with the gallery include but this is causing other issues.... and seems a poor solution to me. Ideas? Help Please! :)

PS here is a link to the page

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Remove css and java from gallery include

Just an update I have now installed all the updates starting with "1.2.2 complete files", then "Support Fix - Browser compatibility issues" and finally "PowerGallery: Support Fix - PowerGallery galleries are not displaying correctly on certain pages of a website. (8 Kb)"

So I will keep you posted as to the success of these to fix the images correctly displaying etc. I assume it will work.

But would still like a answer regarding the css styles and javascript being added in with the gallery include... I want to prevent that as mentioned above. Or am I doing something else wrong.. wrong doc type?

PS I should point out the reason these updates were not done earlier ... thus avoiding some of the headache is a entirely internal company issue and not Web Assists fault, they normally send out emails regarding updates... I just didn't get it someone else in the company did... enough said.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the gallery code is generated by the galleries/<your gallery type>/index.php page

you can edit that file to remove the script and style tags and add them to your main gallery page instead.

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