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#1 2009-08-17 16:44:36

corine57
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just found Singapore

... and I love it. It is exactly what I needed, a simple gallery, with basic functions and easy for the end-user to use. (Some of my clients happen to be non-computer-wizkids)

Played around with a template, added a reflection to the thumbs and here it is, the gallery for my latest client:

http://www.hengelsportgouda.nl/index.php

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#2 2009-08-17 17:46:56

DC
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Re: just found Singapore

Glad you like it.
Thanks for sharing.

Hi one word of warning, your using modern wich has many browser incompatability issues and I don't recomend it and see little to no support from the original creator of this template ...

We have not seen one word from him on this forum in a long time so our guess is he gave up on the progect. With that said im going to recomend to the SGAL board this template be pulled.

You can see some issues here in my screen shot as shouwn in some versions of FF completely fails Moz Test thats because of the css prob associated with that template many have problems your not alone. so while you can use it you may have problems just letting you know. 

The more compatable and better suported templates are listed in the lab. as well as experemental only templates to show what can be done with SGAL. http://sgal-lab.primaveraphoto.com/

See this Image older FF version. http://img44.imageshack.us/img44/4377/example2w.jpg

I am sure you did not intend it to look this way.


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#3 2010-07-10 06:38:57

Johnny26
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Re: just found Singapore

Nice template great use with the colors green and black..

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#4 2010-08-12 18:18:43

PrimaFoto
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Re: just found Singapore

Just a thought corine57 - you may want to put a "mnin-width" on your content_bg - when I resize the screen it doesn't stop a a min width.


Good job!


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