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Something other than CSS Affecting Gallery Images

  • Hi,

    I recently switched to a new wordpress theme. While some of the gallery pages and images originally obeyed the CSS that I had laid out, some didn’t. Now, for some reason, all of them don’t.

    The main problem is that something else seems to be controlling the height properties of the “ngg-gallery-thumbnail” and “ngg-gallery-thumbnail-box” classes in the style sheet.

    For example, on this gallery page:

    Paris Motor Show Girls

    The height of the two classes I mentioned are automatically fixed at 127px, although that’s not what I want. My modified style sheet does not reflect that figure, and no adjustments seems to address that issue. What could be causing it?

    I have tried re-installing the nextgen gallery plugin and WordPress, but to no avail.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nextgen-gallery/

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  • After doing some further analysis, I figured that whatever is increasing the height of the thumbnails is increasing them by adding an extra 46px. I searched “46” in the functions php file but found nothing.

    Then again, I’m not the most adept when it comes to php.

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