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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm looking to see if someone can help me or give me insight on how to make changes to my portfolio section of my wordpress website.

    When you select one of the projects it opens up a separate portfolio window to view the images. I want to keep the same layout but I want to change how the user navigates through the pages. I want the navigation to have all the images side by side with no padding and drag scrolling just like this: http://lifestyledesign.com/portfolio/dragon-eyewear/

    Can any please help me or provide me with information on how this can be done?

    Thank you in advance for your insights.

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    This is a CSS question with a layer of JavaScript/jQuery for it to give the functionality you desire like this eyewear page.

    From the code, I can tell this page is using the Fancybox plugin, as well as something referred to as Zeta that I see repeated throughout the markup (which I don't know of a plugin called Zeta, but that seems like that's another plugin used). The site really has no programming in it- it's all just plug-ins and WordPress widgets that are already there for download and use. You may consider downloading that and using it or just writing your own jQuery script to achieve the image enlarging effect when an image is clicked- not only that, it appears that Fancybox is being used for all of the image gallery functions. I've never used the plugin, but you can see from the code that this is what they use.

    Although, the CSS stylesheet they have doesn't really do much besides setting colors and fonts- no positioning.

    So, I'm gonna say this is a full-on JavaScript question since your main concern is about the image gallery.

    Maybe someone can add on to this if they have other observations, but I'd just start mimicking their methods if this is what you desire (and you're designing a WordPress site).

    There is really no PHP on this site you linked to us. Maybe a moderator can move this over to the JavaScript forum as you may find more help.

    Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Smith, post: 249404
    There is really no PHP on this site you linked to us. Maybe a moderator can move this over to the JavaScript forum as you may find more help.
    Actually, the eyewear site is a WP site, and so most of it is coded in PHP. But you're right, this particular question is javascript, so I've moved it to the correct forum.
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