I've seen versions of this problem concerning vertical displays but I seem to have generated one involving a horizontal one!!!
Basically I have a product image - fine no problem
underneath it I want to display a series of thumbnails to form a gallery to occupy the white space between the product image and product description caused by having an unequal length shopping cart menu on the right hand side of a page. It seemed like a good design solution.
The thumbnails are displaying and functioning when clicked into, but sadly they're displaying as a thin strip and aren't really recognisable to the viewer. In fact so low is their profile and so indiscernible they appear, a viewer could be forgiven for not noticing them at all. They seem to be displaying the top 10% of an image only
Instinctively I feel it must have something to do with a setting I've inadvertently altered, or is somehow related to how I've entered the main product image?
Way back when I started this I did muck around with this gallery option and got a thumbnail to display normally and in a way that you could recognise what it was an image of. So clearly it can be done, but somewhere along the line I must have done something now that's causing it to appear as a narrow horizontal strip that can't really be distinguished. You also feel that this must be a really straight-forward thing to resolve, but......
Any ideas folks? as I also feel this could me my last stumbling block given that everything else is now functioning (I hope)