Left Navigation Info
Navigation menus are done in <ul> and <li> tags. The HTML code is set up as follows:
<li>Menu Item 1</li>
<li>Menu Item 2</li>
Left Column Info
Not only can you have your nav in the left (column 1) but you can also add content and images. Please note that anything you put in the left column will show up on ALL of the pages within your site.
Left Column Styles
Class - main_left
Width - 195px
Margin-Right - 15px
Gallerific Sample Gallery
This is what the Galleriffic Gallery will look like. This gallery is a little more restrictive on size of images and thumbnails than some other galleries. The recommended thumbnail size is 75px by 75px and you should use the "Crop" option when creating the gallery. The maximum dimension of all images need to be 500px (height or width) because if either is bigger then it will cause the gallery to display improperly. There are some settings that you can modify if you wish. These settings can be modified in the Page Properties.
- Delay to next image: This needs to be in milliseconds. The default is 2500 miliseconds
- Number of Thumbs per page: This is the number of thumbnails that will display to the left of the larger image
- Auto Play: If this is set to True your gallery will automatically start to play when someone enters the page
- Top Pager and Bottom Pager: This refers to page references at the top and bottom of the thumbnails. If either is set to True it will display the pages of thumbnails. The gallery below only has the Top Pager set to True. The bottom one is set to False.
All above pictures were found on the University Shared Drive under University Photography. If you have any questions or comments about the pictures above please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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