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Thread began 11/22/2009 11:53 pm by superpac250441 | Last modified 11/25/2009 12:53 am by toms016390756 | 785 views | 2 replies |


Power Gallery

Power gallery looks interesting and congrats to webassist. Just one burning question - resize images? There doesn't seem to be any word on this that I can find (unless I am completely blind - which is a possibility!!). To get maximum flexibility, can this be done? For example, on my 22" screen, the thumbnails fall below screen level and also, it would be useful to manipulate the main picture size as well as the thumnail sizes.
Any comments on whether any of this can be carried out in DW using the webassist extensions in the behaviours panel and the css panel????

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Jimmy Wu

If you look in the galleries directory, there are directories for each of the gallery types. If you want to change the height or width of any of the images, you can go into the directory for the gallery type you want changed and then there is a css directory under that which contains the common.css file. This should contain heights and widths for the images that are displayed for that layout.

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Good to know, tfs!

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