Topic: Some thumbnails not showing

I am trying to fix my first slideshow and having all sorts of problems. When I view it from a subdomain it shows all images. When I view it from the actual domain, only part of the images comes up.

I embedded using Dreamweaver.

http://www.billyhill.com/watersedgecamp … llery.html

http://www.watersedgecampground.net/gallery.html

Also, having alignment problems as you might can see. On some browsers, it is lined up right, on others it's to the left.  mad

Any help would be extremely appreciated.

LINK FIXED

Edited to add: I just checked and the missing images show up in Firefox. They are not showing up for me in Safari.  mad

Last edited by sopo (2012-08-24 17:58:04)

Re: Some thumbnails not showing

When I view it from a subdomain it shows all images. When I view it from the actual domain, only part of the images comes up.

I am not sure if this is relevant (I cannot check your second gallery as the link results in an error 404 - file not found) but if loading images from a different domain, please see this FAQ:
When loading images from a different domain, the images don't load or I see a 'Security Sandbox Violation' error. How do I fix this?

Edited to add: I just checked and the missing images show up in Firefox. They are not showing up for me in Safari.

Try clearing your Safari browser's cache before reloading the gallery.

Some of the images in your first gallery do not display because the imageURLs in the gallery's XML file do not match the actual image filenames.
For example, the first image that does not display is listed as 'DSC01809.jpg' in the XML file but the image itself is named 'DSC01809.JPG'. Your web server is case-sensitive and .jpg is not the same as .JPG.

Also, having alignment problems as you might can see. On some browsers, it is lined up right, on others it's to the left.

Your 'gallery.html' page does not have a Doctype Declaration at the top.
Without knowing what set of standard to conform to, browsers may render your page unpredictably.
Looking at your code, the most appropriate Doctype would be HTML 4.01 Transitional, in which case place the following code at the very top of your web page before the opening <html> tag:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
   "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

Also, as your gallery is in a <table>, it might be wise to set the required dimensions in the <td> tag and then set your gallery's own dimensions to 100% x 100% so that the gallery fills the container from edge to edge (and is therefore centered). Setting the gallery's dimensions to 75% x 75% (as they are at present) means that it will fill only the upper left portion of the <td>. The will give the impressions that the gallery is offset to the left.

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.