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    Hi, I’m using a Lightbox plugin (OrangeBox), and notice that it outputs the thumbnails in a single column when used with the Broadscope theme. Could you please have a look at this post where it’s shown: http://buchoptikk.no/beta/2012/03/huset-og-kunsten/

    Maybe there is a better way to show image galleries with this theme that you could recommend, or offer a CSS code that will leave the gallery to be listed as it is supposed to, using all of the available space in the content area… like it does on this other site of mine:

    http://www.fuglsang-damgaard.com/gallery/

    Thanks, Thor

    #66150

    Hi!

    You can try following css code:

    .post-entry .oim_images img {
    display: inline;
    }

    Regards,

    Peter

    #66151

    Wow that was fast, thanks:-)

    Do you mean to put this in the custom.css or directly into the post?

    Could you also have a look at this page: http://buchoptikk.no/beta/huset-og-kunsten/

    I don’t want this image to have a link or a lightbox to open. But even if I put class=”noLightbox” the image there will open in a double sort of lightbox view… Two lightbox wiindows will open.. (Firefox 10.0.2)

    Here is the complete string I can see in the code view (took away the <> to prevent the image from showing in the post here):

    img class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-323″ “noLightbox” title=”randy_650px” src=”http://buchoptikk.no/beta/wp-content/uploads/randy_650px.jpg” alt=”" width=”650″ height=”433″ /

    #66152

    Maybe a simple solution would be to eliminate the built in lightbox mode that your theme offers to avoid conflicts with the OrangeBox plugin?

    Or would you recommend doing the opposite… deleting the OrangBox plugin to use the built in lightbox features?

    If so, is here a good way to present a series of images in a gallery view?

    #66153

    I’d add the code to css/custom.css or the quick css field.

    Personally I’ve only tested Nextgen Gallery (which can be used with PrettyPhoto too) and http://showcase.dev7studios.com/ which doesn’t offer as many features as Nextgen but it’s way faster/simpler and great for clients who need a simple user interface.

    #66154

    Thanks, it seems putting it into the quick css field helped.

    Will it be possible to eliminate the lightbox/ hover magnifying glass effect that this theme has as a feature? I’d really like to get rid of that, because I think that is conflicting with my gallery…

    #66155

    Sure – open up js/avia.js and delete following code:

    //activates the prettyphoto lightbox
    if(jQuery.fn.avia_activate_lightbox)
    jQuery('body').avia_activate_lightbox();

    //activates the hover effect for image links
    if(jQuery.fn.avia_activate_hover_effect)
    jQuery('#main').avia_activate_hover_effect();

    #66156

    That gave a cool bonus effect… The gallery images jumps downwards as you click through them…

    Try it here: http://buchoptikk.no/beta/2012/03/oye-for-detalj/

    Any advice or trick to keep the images from not doing that?

    Cheers, Thor

    #66157

    Hi!

    I don’t know why the lightbox is doing this. I’m sorry. It seems like it calculates the overlay position wrong.

    Best regards,

    Peter

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