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  • blogdropper

    (@blogdropper)


    Hi, I have a (Photospace) gallery with thumbnail images in a column at the left, clicking on the thumbnail opens the main (enlarged) image in the righthand panel. Problem is if I click the thumbnail at the bottom of the thumbnail column then I see the bottom half of the enlarged image.
    What do I need to do so that clicking the thumbnail will automatically jump to the top of the main image.
    Following is the code for clicking on the thumbnail:

    <a class="thumb" title="listening" href="<strong>#8</strong>" rel="history">
    <img title="listening" alt="" src="http://mosheavni-art.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/listening-150x150.jpg">
    </a>

    I can’t find the anchor name”#8″

    Thanks for any help

    David

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  • Pioneer Web Design

    (@swansonphotos)

    I would use CSS for the href and remove the strong tag.

    blogdropper

    (@blogdropper)

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply, I’m a bit of a novice, please could you point me to any links that explain how to do this with css.

    Thanks

    Pioneer Web Design

    (@swansonphotos)

    I have found the pages at W3 Schools helpful, like this one. Try it yourself.

    blogdropper

    (@blogdropper)

    Hi Thanks for the link, I had a look, but I already have this gallery working mosheavni-art.com. if you click the last thumbnail you’ll see what I mean. I just want the top of the image to appear.
    Thanks for your help.

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