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How to change appearance of NextGen slideshow links

  • I could really use the help of a PHP and CSS coding expert. In NextGen Gallery the links for “Show as slideshow” and “View with PicLens” show up on top of each other. I want to change this so that the links appear side by side and I also want the link to be a graphic button I created instead of the default text.

    I found the below code in the view/gallery.php file and added a css div class called “slideoptions” which I assume could be used to place the buttons next to each other, but I don’t know the best way to code this… maybe a “float:left” command? I’m also wondering if there is something else I must do in the below php excerpt to make them appear side by side.

    Then I also need to know what code to replace/add in this php excerpt in order to use a graphic button for the link instead of the default text.

    I’ve had no luck finding an answer to this on my own so I’m hoping the solution will be a piece of cake for a PHP and CSS whiz. Thank you in advance to anyone who can help!

    <div class="slideoptions">
    <?php if ($gallery->show_slideshow) { ?>
    	<!-- Slideshow link -->
    	<div class="slideshowlink">
    		<a class="slideshowlink" href="<?php echo $gallery->slideshow_link ?>">
    			<?php echo $gallery->slideshow_link_text ?>
    		</a>
    	</div>
    <?php } ?>
    
    <?php if ($gallery->show_piclens) { ?>
    	<!-- Piclense link -->
    	<div class="piclenselink">
    		<a class="piclenselink" href="<?php echo $gallery->piclens_link ?>">
    			<?php _e('[View with PicLens]','nggallery'); ?>
    		</a>
    	</div>
    <?php } ?>
    </div>
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