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PostPosted: 9. Mar 2007, 22:08 
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Hello, I have been trying 'without success' to replace the Gallery Title with an image.
I have succeeded in adding an image using the folder.txt file, but this still leaves a gap (See page below)

alexsearle.co.uk/assets/forumexample.gif

The only way I have been able to get it to work so far has been using the image in the background and lining it up in the correct place, but this is not ideal.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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PostPosted: 10. Mar 2007, 02:07 
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use foldername.txt instead ;).

if it is the main gallery you can simply add it in the twg Admin (if the Admin does not allow that many chars simply edit the my_config.php manually)

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PostPosted: 12. Mar 2007, 04:06 
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply, unfortunately cannot get that to work, the text I'm entering is below
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<SPAN><img src="FULL WEB ADDRESS HERE/twg/buttons/headerpic.gif" alt="Alex Graphic"></SPAN>

The foldername.txt folder does not seem to work like folder.txt where this line of HTML does fetch the image.

On another note can I reduce the space between the gallery border and the top of the first row of thumbnails? Assuming I have no gallery title or folder description text.

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just tested - work fine for me - but looks stupid because the images does appear too in the navigation path ...

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PostPosted: 12. Mar 2007, 18:10 
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Thanks for that, have it working in sub galleries, but the main gallery does not seem to accept the idea. However you are correct with the graphic in the navigation path it does look stupid.

Time for a change of approach I think!!!

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main gallery is different - there it is defined in the config!

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