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    I am totally confused. I have setup rollovers to swap image which works fine. However I do not know how or what to set to have the images display as the size that I have already set. All images are sized to 280x350 or 350x280. I have read everything that I can about different browser settings however i feel that I must need to change the settting of the "mainframe" div.
    www.Keiserphotography.com
    If you go to the site I am aware that there are many links that are not finished yet.
    Thanks for any incite that you may provide.

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    This took me a while to figure out, but I know what the problem is!

    This Line:

    <p align="center"><img src="HomepageIMages/bellyshot.jpg" name="frame1" width="350" height="280" align="absmiddle" id="frame1" /></p>


    Take out the dimensions ... like this:

    <p align="center"><img src="HomepageIMages/bellyshot.jpg" name="frame1" align="absmiddle" id="frame1" /></p>


    EDIT: I didn't view this with FireFox yet, but I suspect you'll have some problems.
    absmiddle is not recognized with FireFox? There may be other things too.
    See if someone else checks this with FireFox.

    Also, you're forcing your thumb dimensions ( width="45" height="45" ) ... but that is
    not correct ... not all of your thumbs are that dimension. Take the dimensions out of there.
    If you're forcing your large photos to be thumbs by resizing them, you need to either
    create dedicated thumbs using a photo editor, or using PHP GD Library to resize them
    on-the-fly (which is more advanced than a beginner or novice).



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    Thank you!!
    Taking out the dimensions works.


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