I like that when I click on a thumbnail, it expands a picture without taking the reader to a different page. I want to utilize this in my blog posts. So I created a gallery called BLOG-PHOTOS. When I want to add a photo to a post, I upload it to this gallery. Then on the post page, I insert picture from NextGen gallery and all works great. The thumbnail now expands the image like I want.
Here's the problem. It also allows the user to scroll through all the photos in that gallery, even though I only added one to the post.
You can see an example here: http://michael.muthart.com/blog/
Click on the first and only photo in the latest post [John Butter]. Notice that it expands the photo, but allows the user to click a right arrow that takes them to the photo posted in the previous blog.
Is there a way to utilize NextGen to only expand the one photo in the post without having the ability to scroll all pictures in the album? I don't want to have to create a separate album just for one picture. But I want the ability for the thumbnail to work like NextGen does.