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sandyhaight
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Post Sidetrack thumbnail advances
on: April 20, 2011, 11:28

On the portfolio pages the thumbnail row bounces back to the start position after you click on an image.
- Is there a way to make it not move so that the image clicked on stays visible if its beyond the first group?
- Is there a way to make it advance 5 or 6 at a images instead of 3 or 4? I’ve made my thumbnails larger so that there are 7 visible at a time. It advances 3.5 times leaving the first and last images as half images every other click of the advance bar.
Thanks, Sandy

Sandy Haight is an illustrator living in Seattle, WA. Her whimsical style of brush & ink line and watercolor is used on logos, packaging, book jackets, advertising and many other print and web applications serving a wide range of businesses.

admin
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Post Re: Sidetrack thumbnail advances
on: April 21, 2011, 20:25

Quote from sandyhaight on April 20, 2011, 11:28
On the portfolio pages the thumbnail row bounces back to the start position after you click on an image.
- Is there a way to make it not move so that the image clicked on stays visible if its beyond the first group?
- Is there a way to make it advance 5 or 6 at a images instead of 3 or 4? I’ve made my thumbnails larger so that there are 7 visible at a time. It advances 3.5 times leaving the first and last images as half images every other click of the advance bar.
Thanks, Sandy

It is possible to probably make the thumbnail stick, but the code is complex and does not necessarily work on all browsers. I’m not sure that I will be implementing that functionality any time soon.

Yes, I don’t have SideTrack installed so I am looking at the code to remember what it does. Is there a ‘visible’ option in your Wordpress>Appearance>Options area? If so, that number is the number of images displayed at one time. If not, you would have to look at the image.php and portfolio.php for the visible code.

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