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I have a small art gallery at http://www.corinneduyvis.com/portfolio/
My first question: I tweaked the CSS to remove the image title/description when opening the image via lightbox (via display:none–happy to do it another way if that works better), which leaves a large white space at the bottom of each image. Is there a way to remove this space to make for a nice equal margin on all sides?
Alternatively–and this is a bit trickier, so I understand if you don’t want to give a step-by-step guide for this!–I’d like to move the navigation arrows and thumbnails of other images, which are now on top of the artwork, into that white space underneath, and keep them permanently visible instead of only when you mouseover.
My second question is more straightforward: How do I get the images to open full-size by default instead of having to click the zoom image in the upper right corner?
Please add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS
display: none !important;
Remove browser cache then reload the page.
To open full size by default, edit js > prettyPhoto > js > jquery.prettyPhoto.js, find this code:
Set it to false.
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