Hello, I am testing out your slideshow program, unfortunately you can’t access the site because I am running the test on my local computer and not on the live site. If you go to http://www.cherryhillconcerts.com/gallery you can see how I have some slides being pulled in from Picasa. Now that picasa maybe going away and I am not sure how google+ is going to work (I like Picasa better than google+), I am looking at moving back to having the photos on my own server. I like your code better than anything else I have seen out there so far. My only problem is that I have my css code for my page to display the page differently for tablets and smart phones with smaller screens.
If you look at the page with a smartphone, you will see the head graphics go away, the menu becomes a list and the sidebar ends up at the bottom. I also cause the slideshow images to get smaller using a CSS style to shrink them. I had hoped to do the same thing with slideshow created by your program, however I have had no success. The photos stay at the original size no matter how small or large I make the page. The Max image width is set to 500px with the stretch to fit option turned off. I noticed on the live code that you have image widths set using an inline style command. Why is that? inline style commands can’t be overruled so if I wanted to change the image size in CSS I can’t do it because of the inline style that is created.
I would love to use your program in the future but I have to get the images to shrink first.
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