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  • LOL…im sorry I completely forgot about that. I will try to get that resolved by the end of this week.
    Sorry for the OT post.

    Any suggestions on how to get pics to display side by side… all with shadow? Thanks.

    Because this uses a float to generate the shadows, the only real way to get them side by side is to wrap the whole image in a div and then insert another one. The images have to be of the correct size so they can fit inside your content div.
    I would look at playing around with the CSS that is included with those quicktags. Also, take a look at the example on to see the example on multiple images.

    I have seen something recently which suggested marking up series of images in lists. Then doing the usual.

    Hey LL, are you using the text-shadow CSS 3 property for your text-shadows?
    As far as I know that only works in Safari and Konqueror at the moment; Mozilla doesn’t even support it.

    it uses images afaics… works fine on my opera.

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