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  1. #1
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    Hi

    I am currently designing a new site and have finally got to the Gallery section.

    I am quite flexible when it comes to the design of the Gallery but I have a size constraint that the Gallery needs to be displayed in.

    For this reason I need to have all the images displayed as small thumbnails and then a bigger picture is displayed when this image is selected by the user.

    I know how to do this using Javascript but would really like to do it without using any.

    I have searched the web high and low for different Gallery examples but can find nothing that helps me.

    Please can anybody tell me a way around this or a better solution.

    Thank you

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    http://gallery.menalto.com/ - it has the thumbnail to bigger image feature your require.

    http://gallery.menalto.com/requirements ia what you need to run it.

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    Hi

    Thank you for those links. I have looked at them and will need to try and see if I can understand the PHP aspect.

    Is there another way without the PHP or is that the only way.

    I really appreciate your help !!

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    Can you provide me more information on this matter?
    johntvery@operamail.com
    johntvery@hotmail.com

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    I dont understand why you dont want to use JavaScript? I mean it is the best way to accomplish what your explaining.

  7. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aphonik
    I dont understand why you dont want to use JavaScript? I mean it is the best way to accomplish what your explaining.
    It is he best way if you want to use JavaScript but there are a lot of users out there that have JavaScript disabled in their browsers.

    I want my site to be seen and also accessable to everyone.

    I already know how to achieve this using JavaScript but would like to find an alternative.

    Since my original post I have been looking at using CSS and there seems to be quite a few options available with this.

    If I am successful then I will post a link for anybody who is interested.


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