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  1. idowens
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I have the new flickr plugin installed at http://www.idowens.com/wordpress/gallery.php (enter the Misc. gallery for the problem related to this post)
    The css for the plugin sets a width of x pixels (wide enough to have two photos side by side when in a gallery view (instead of how they are now which is directly under each other (notice the last two pics)...of course if a pic is Portrait as opposed to landscape it works fine, but most all my pics are Landscape. When I try to increase the css pixels, it throws my Sidebar menu UNDER the content of the site which of course is aggrivating (and only a problem in IE as appearently it won't read any type of overlap).
    Anyone have any idea how I can extend the margins of the site? Simply pushing the "margin-left" part of the sidebar css moves it out of the way but still won't allow me to increase the variable in the flickr part of the css....Grrr..Thanks for any suggestions.

  2. idowens
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I had thought about that myself alphaoide, its just that if I do that, I have to insert some type of HOME navigation links...hmm, maybe I'll resort to that for the time being though...Thanks for the suggestion

  3. idowens
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    alphaoide, would i just stick that code into my gallery.php file? Not sure how to insert it..(as I don't know much about php)

  4. idowens
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Yea, I could just pull out the sidebar div's in the gallery.php...I just hate not having any navigation links while people are in the gallery...I guess I could work some up though...

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