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    Hi there,

    1. When I upload images through the media/image uploader, on my server several files with all kids of sizes are getting created. What exactly is the purpose of it, and is it possible to just have the original size and avoid having all these extra files?

    2. Also when I embed an image on a page, and have the option that the image links to a bigger image and opens with the lightbox, there is a small thumb of the image on top of the image….



    and on the third product, click on hte picture… there is a small link embedded with a thimbnail….How can I remove that? And just show the image?

    Thanks a lot



    Me again,

    More on #2…

    Whe there are several images on one page, clicking on any image puts all these images in a slideshow.

    Is there a setting that only the image that is clicked upon is shown in hte slide show?

    see here for eg: http://www.surftherapyyoga.biz/products/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out)

    Thanks a lot




    1) No, because this would require scripts which generate the thumbnails on the fly. We’re using the standard wordpress thumbnail generation function which creates the thumbnails after the image upload. However you can delete the thumbnail sizes you don’t need in functions.php.

    2) Open up js/avia.js and replace:

    elements.prettyPhoto({ "theme": 'premium_photo', 'slideshow': 5000 }); /* facebook /light_rounded / dark_rounded / light_square / dark_square */


    elements.prettyPhoto({ "theme": 'premium_photo', 'slideshow': 5000, 'overlay_gallery': false }); /* facebook /light_rounded / dark_rounded / light_square / dark_square */

    This will deactivate the thumbnails.

    3) Open up js/avia.js and replace:





    perfect! Thanks a bunch!




    Glad Peter fixed it. :)



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