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Offline Data Topic starter
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The gallery has had an overhaul, every page has been modified from the landing page to the search page, do check it all out. 

http://www.datahopa.co.uk/forum/gallery/
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Offline Freddy
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Looking good  thumbsup
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Offline Data Topic starter
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Thank you Freddy  Cheesy

I was considering changing it to the Aeva Media system but then I thought I would mod the existing one instead and maybe learn some php at the same time.
Posted May 14, 2011, 12:36:23 PM Logged

Offline Freddy
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Yes it's a good way to learn.  Cool
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Offline Data Topic starter
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I have made a few small changes to the gallery:

1 The description of the images is now spread out with larger spaces above and below it. (to make it stand out more)

2. File and Image size. To help us with web space I have changed the file size to a maximum of 512k (it was 5 MB) and the image size to a maximum of 1920 x 1200. It should be large enough to up-load a nice nigh quality HD image but it’s not large enough to up-load a high mega pixel image from a camera, so a resize would de needed.
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Offline DaveMorton
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Storage (and thus, bandwidth) conservation is a good thing! And it doesn't really affect me much, since I was having to resize my images anyway. Now I just have to limit the width to 1920, is all Smiley
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