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    Hi Sitepointers,

    Im trying to do something with an image gallery i am making.

    I extract all the images from the database, so that they are for example:

    [1] - [2] - [3] - [4] - [5] and so if i clicked on image 3 it would pop-up to an enlarged version of the image. What i wanted to know is there a way that when i click on the enlarged version it would give me a left / right navigation so i could navigate left to an enlarged version of image 2, or right to an enlarged version of image 4.

    I hope you understand what im trying to get but i cannot figure out how to technically do this. So any advice would be fantastic.

    Thanks

    Rodent

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    You might want to check out Lightbox: http://www.huddletogether.com/projects/lightbox2/

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    Thanks for the link...i have pretty much gotten it to work, however there seems to be a problem on my page that the lightbox does not want to go Above my flash banner at the top of my page...

    If you can think of a reason why this may be happening please let me know

    Hereis the link so you can see the problem

    http://www.invisiblewebdesign.co.uk/...item=portfolio

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    I had a similar problem recently but I was able to get around it by giving the lightbox holder element (can't remember which one it is now) a width less than 100%. That probably won't work too well in your case, but then there doesn't appear to be any good reason why you'd use Flash for a menu like that anyway. If all you're doing is changing the colour of the links on rollover, you can accomplish that just as easily using CSS.


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