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Multiple image display

Thread began 6/05/2015 7:14 am by john70964 | Last modified 6/16/2015 1:20 pm by Ray Borduin | 1125 views | 14 replies |

john70964

Multiple image display

Good morning
In the past I have used Tom Mucks Horizontal Looper.

I wondered if this type of extension is available in my webassist package.

Many Thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, the webassist "Repeat Selection" as part of Data Bridge can be used for horizontal looping and can be nested inside a standard Repeat Region for complex double looping of rows and columns.

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john70964

Thanks for the reply Ray.
I have created a test page at net100test.co.uk/index.php
I have included the record ID (recno) but this does not show, however images do show.
I do not understand how the images show as I have not included any image fields.

My aim is to reproduce a page similar to boatsforsalenow.com and include pictures and a few details in a responsive format.
Regards
john

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd have to look at the page to diagnose any problems with the display. If you want to attach it I can take a look.

An even better way to allow me to debug the page directly is to provide FTP access.

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john70964

please see pm

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like you have the repeated code on the template which shows the image.

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john70964

Thanks Ray
You are right, thats what comes of copying code instead of starting from scratch, for me any rate!
The page is working fairly well now but I cannot get the page to be responsive,
I have included the previous code you sent, it's in WAStyles.css but no luck so far.
Would you please have a look to see where lies the problem?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

To have the images shrink with the screen you could add this css:

img {
width: 100%;
}



I'd make it responsive by using repeated DIV tags floated left inside of a wrapper DIV, instead of a table. That way it could move to two or one image per row depending on what will fit as the screen shrinks.

Another solution would be to just move to a single row at a particular size by adding this to the responsive css I gave you:

td {
display: block;
}
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john70964

Thanks Ray
Those css additions have helped a lot.
I tried to implement your idea of repeated DIV tags floated left inside of a wrapper DIV but have not yet been able to get this working.
I wondered if you knew of a tutorial for this?
Regards
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I don't know of a tutorial for it.

If you have an outer div with a width of 100% and then inner divs with width of say 200px floated left, then they will stack as many as can fit on a row before wrapping and as you shrink the window they will move to a new line.

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