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5 years ago @ DWUser.com - Creating a Responsive ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Holly,

You can simply wrap the <img> tags in an anchor tag, e.g. 

< a href="foo.html" > < img... / >< /a >

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Creating a Responsive ... · 0 replies · +1 points

If you adjust the margins, there should be no need for a sidebar unless you want one.

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Creating a Responsive ... · 2 replies · +2 points

Hi Amy,

You would use code like that, but just modify the .wrap declaration's margin values.  Whatever you specify for a margin will appear as whitespace on each edge.

Best of luck with your project!

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Creating a Responsive ... · 0 replies · +2 points

Hi Dennis,

Thanks for checking out our tutorials!  To show/hide elements and perform other DOM manipulations, you can use jQuery.  If you're looking for a good starter tutorial, check here: https://www.codecademy.com/learn/jquery

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Tutorial: Creating a j... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Christian,

Thanks for checking out the tutorial.  The feature you mention is outside the scope of this article, but essentially you would need to add a page scrolling listener, and whenever the page scroll position changes check to see if the gallery is visible.  Then, you can enable/disable the timeout that controls the gallery scrolling.

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Tutorial: Creating a j... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Angela,

Thanks for checking out the tutorial!  This type of implementation is possible if you have familiarity with a server-side language such as PHP.  However, the details of such enhancements unfortunately go beyond the scope of this tutorial.  Best of luck with your project!

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Easy JavaScript/jQuery... · 0 replies · +1 points

You're welcome to tweak the code to change the labels, but that is unfortunately not officially supported.

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Creating a Responsive ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Aaron,

This is certainly possible, but it's unfortunately beyond the scope of this tutorial.  I recommend you search for PHP directory listing tutorials as a good start.

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Stop the Thieves! Stra... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Andrew,

Please see my previous comment above for details on how you can add specific exclusions.  (It's the reply to the question about excluding the logo.)

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support

6 years ago @ DWUser.com - Creating a Responsive ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Alex,

Thanks for checking out the tutorial!  If you're familiar with HTML, you can add <a> tags to the images to link to another page that has more details or photos.

Sincerely,
Drew O'Neill
DWUser.com Support