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    Quick question if anyone knows. I've seen this "website photo gallery" used on a lot of different websites but I don't see anything about. Not sure if it is created in Flash or downloadable somewhere. Can anyone help???

    example...
    http://livinlite.com/5.0-gallery.php
    thanks

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    That's called LightBox.
    http://www.lokeshdhakar.com/projects/lightbox2/

    A javascript and CSS method to do a gallery ... very popular.

    Here's another one that is similar:
    http://mjijackson.com/shadowbox/index.html


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    WOW, very quick response time!!! Thanks for your help, it was exactly what I was looking for. Shadowbox is very nice as well, I like the "Map" gallery. Thanks for you help!!!

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    Many thanks Miseim for the info - I've now installed Lightbox on our Portfolio page and am planning to also use it on a cleint's portfolio. It looks heaps better than my old way of opening a bigger pic in a new window. Very useful.

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    jj1,
    quick question. I used lightbox after the suggestion and love it. One thing I couldn't figure out is how to get the picture to load further down the page. When my picture pops up it is at the top against the browser. is there a page properties setting inside the lightbox file?

    Thanks in advance

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    dpmdesign - I'm sorry - I can't help you. We only started using lightbox the other day and it loads all pictures on our web with about 1/2 inch to spare at the top. I think - from memory - there is a forum for it that you might be able to ask questions on??

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    I'm guessing that you would edit this file:
    lightbox.css


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    Lightbox has a forum. Go to the website and scroll down to contact and you will see a link to the forum.
    Hope this helps

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    I think, you should download photo gallery from any free service.


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