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    Smile working scripts into your site.

    currently at sporkit.com ive added Coppermine PhotoGallery. However, I guess i got this thing about my site being a comfortable experiance so the problem is I would like these nice little gallery scripts to look like there part of my site.

    On the support pages for the coppermite gallery i always get a response like "just adjust the theme to look like your site" but if i search around a bit i see people incorporating the design into their site quite nicely as well.

    http://dev.the-service.de/coppermine/index2.php
    http://www.chien.com/mustang/index1.html
    http://www.kazebeer.com/modules.php?name=coppermine

    these sites manged to just "pop" the gallery right in. i tried this by just copy and pasteing my site around the galley, but get errors. you can see them now if you go check out www.sporkit.com.

    im guessing these people used some type of super cool java frame? well the point is i want to do what they did with the gallery so users dont have to look at a popup thats part of my page.

    thanks.

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    I'm not using this script. Just guessing.
    I think the themes are done with CSS.

    You could use SSI to "pop" the script into the spot on your page where you want it. Just use "include" or "require/require once" in your PHP code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbster
    I'm not using this script. Just guessing.
    I think the themes are done with CSS.

    You could use SSI to "pop" the script into the spot on your page where you want it. Just use "include" or "require/require once" in your PHP code.
    duh! the SSI seemes to be working pretty good but there is still one little problem. if you visit http://www.sporkit.com/friend_pics/notdone.php then you can see when you click a link it takes you to that part of the script and back into the large ugly mode.

    is this what you were talking about with the require once thingy. here is the code from my ssi.

    Code:
    <!--start right side-->
    		<?php
    		include ("http://www.sporkit.com/friend_pics/index.php"); 
    		?> 
    <!--end right side-->
    im not sure how i would work in that require one thing.

    *pfft Oh and thanks. ive been battling this problem for like a week. the help on this site rules!!!!

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    The short answer is yes... Herbster's Avatar
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    Sounds like the script is using templates.
    Is there anything in the docs about templates?


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