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    I am making my first photo gallery website and would like some advice on how to make it. Would anybody be able to provide example code and sites of photo gallery websites. I want it to be great looking gallery so please include more complicated sites. Any advice is appreciated!

    Thanks

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    I want a similar layout to this videos gallery but also with the feature to scroll more thumbnails down the bottom

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    Http://cssplay.co.uk - stu has numerous CSS gallery examples on his site along with code examples.

    There are literally hundreds of thousands of variants, so unless you can really get into specifics of what you want.... People could post hundreds of examples and you never find what you're looking for.

    Besides that, there is the back end of things ? All of stu Nichols stuff is static in nature, if you're a developer, you could possibly tie it into your code.

    So, are you planning on doing all the coding yourself ? Allow others to post images ? Captions ? Is this for 10 images or thousands of images ? Lots of questions ... So little time

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    To make photo gallery website easier for you to find the right pick for your website’s needs, here given three free photo gallery software
    Flexslider, Elastislide, Responsive Image Gallery

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    You have many ways to do
    use flash for maultimedia and galleries
    use jquery for website design
    use gallery codes.
    please explain what you want to do!
    i suggest you a website to learn more [EDIT. Link removed as per forum rules. AlphaMare.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by web-site-design-123, post: 250149, member: 36173
    You have many ways to do
    use flash for maultimedia and galleries
    use jquery for website design
    use gallery codes.
    please explain what you want to do!
    i suggest you a website to learn more [EDIT. Link removed as per forum rules. AlphaMare.]
    1. Flash is not useful if you want your site to be available to most Apple devices - for some time now it has been being phased out by Adobe. See this article: "[SIZE=16px]Focus in future will be on HTML5 as mobile world shifts towards non-proprietary open standards – and now questions will linger over use of Flash on desktop"[/SIZE]
    2. jQuery is used for interactivity and movements effects on a website, and so can be part of the design of a site, but is not used to design a site
    3. What are gallery codes and how are they used?
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