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Stuart
Hi All,
    I'm trying to find the code to display 1 thumbnail with three images displaying in the overlay i.e when you click on the thumbnail you have the option to view 3 images in the popup overlay!

I've not found anything on the website so I'm hoping the forum will throw some light on it.

Thanking you in anticipation.
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Re: Help Coding Please

ForoctFralion
I have done something similar.  I added a class to my images of "hidden" so when my page renders 2 images are hidden, then in shadowbox I show all my images as a gallery so you can scroll though pictures that dont all show up on the page.
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miklos
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Here's what I'm using on an image thumbnail (exactly what you want I think):
[view the page at http://www.mozgomedia.com/webservices.htm - it's the example of screenshots for The Gettysburg Foundation down the right side of the page]

but you'd have to add the "noshow" CSS into your Shadow CSS file as such:
.noshow { display: none; visibility: hidden; }

SORRY, IT LOOKS LIKE THE FORUM SOFTWARE DOES NOT ALLOW POSTING OF HTML CODE INTO POSTS
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miklos
oh sheize... the code gets snipped by the forum. If you just go to that page I posted in the previous post "view the page source" to see the code... good luck!
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Stuart
Thanks Miklos for your help...I will have a look at creating a style,  now it all makes sense after visiting your site........nice site by the way...

Cheers

Stuart
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Ana
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Hi... I was really looking to add this feature in my gallery... however this post has quite sometime, and that link isn't working anymore... ( http://www.mozgomedia.com/webservices.htm )

Could you help me out?...
Ana
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Ana
Hi again...

For now I came up with a not so fancy solution... I just added code for the images that don't have thumbnails like this:

<a href="images/web-04big.jpg" rel="shadowbox[web]"></a>

..between the code of the images with thumbnails... it became something like

<a href="images/web-03big.jpg" rel="shadowbox[web]"><img src="images/web-03small.jpg"></a>
<a href="images/web-04big.jpg" rel="shadowbox[web]"></a>
<a href="images/web-05big.jpg" rel="shadowbox[web]"><img src="images/web-05small.jpg"></a>

Even though I only have thumbs for images 03 and 05, when shadowbox is caled, it will display the big image 04, between the 03 and 04 (I hope this makes sence).

Tested in Firefox and IE and it is working good.

Might not be the greatest solution, but not beeing a code guru, it was the only thing I could come up with... *sigh*

Maybe it will help anyone in the future :)

Ana
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janisspiker
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I think set a space between each images. A coding experts can help you a lot. If you need any professional help, get it from dissertation help service. They can help you a lot
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Richard Vincent
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If image guidance was used, that would need to be coded as well. If it was intradural, you would use CPT code 61781. If it was extradural (which is more typical for sinus surgery in my experience), you would use CPT code 61782.
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