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Author:  sophana [ 28. Oct 2005, 23:27 ]
Post subject:  long captions

Hi again

sorry for flooding the forum.
I would like to have long captions for some of my pictures.
When I do it, the caption does not split into several lines. But a scrollbar appears, and I have to scroll.

Would it be possible to make it fit into the window?

Thanks a lot.

Author:  TinyWebGallery [ 31. Oct 2005, 12:26 ]
Post subject: 

Hi,

ok -

open index.inc.php line 1476 ff

function php_to_all_html_chars($data)
{
$e = get_html_translation_table (HTML_ENTITIES);
$data = strtr($data, $e);
return str_replace(" ", " ", $data);
}

->

function php_to_all_html_chars($data)
{
$e = get_html_translation_table (HTML_ENTITIES);
$data = strtr($data, $e);
return $data;
}

I catually don't know anymore why i placed this there ....

/michael

Author:  Pat [ 15. Nov 2005, 19:24 ]
Post subject:  Same Problem

Alright...I got the captions to work, but I am having the same problems with the long caption names. With the code that you posted, was I supposed to replace the second code with the first?? Please help

#removed_broken_link

Pat

Author:  sophana [ 15. Nov 2005, 19:35 ]
Post subject: 

no replace the first with the second.
maybe the replacement has already been made in the latest downloads...

Author:  Pat [ 15. Nov 2005, 19:39 ]
Post subject: 

I think that it has..That's why I am confused. I'll look again though

Author:  TinyWebGallery [ 15. Nov 2005, 19:52 ]
Post subject: 

Hi,

I have replaced this in my local build - and the actual online version as well.

If you don't have any spaces you won't get a linebreak! thats HTML - but with spaces you should.

If not check if you have the 2.nd version of the function in your local code.
You still have some space around the iframe - I would remove this ;).

/Michael

Author:  Pat [ 15. Nov 2005, 20:30 ]
Post subject: 

Der...again...that worked. I'm just starting to get trained on PHP, so i didnt even consider the HTML aspect of it. Thanks again. Great program btw

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