1

(9 replies, posted in PostcardViewer)

evrything worked out for the best.
I sent him a nice email & provided him with all of the files and instructions on how to set it up - now he's hosting it himself...

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(9 replies, posted in PostcardViewer)

You can copy my html source and use it if you want - but note that the background source in mine is a "php" extension... so you probably know to change this to whatever background you are using.

Mine is a php because it loads a random background every time the page is refreshed.... but that's another tutorial altogether...

It seems that someone who checks this message board took this as an invitation to steal my bandwidth.
I've had to temporarily turn off my random backgrounds and turn his site into a big advertisment for my site.
How "temporarily".... well I guess that depends on how long it takes him to stop linking to my images...
http://alexphoto.e-hk.org/20060719cwhung/

3

(13 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

strange though on the 100px footer it's smaller than the 10px footer
header re-size seems to work fine though though...

just figured out why this was & "fixed" the pages

you have to have the <div id="header"> & <div id="footer"> info in your html

check my source to see what I mean...
on my first try I left this out of my page:

<div id="footer">
<p align="center"><big><strong><font color="#000000" face="Arial">this is 10px header &amp footer - go to 100px -><a href="http://sidemouse.com/test/100.html">100.html</a></font></strong></big></p>
</div>

4

(13 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

Hmm does that even work? Doesn't seem to work for me

Here's an experiment I did.
Here's a link to a page with 10px header & footer:

http://sidemouse.com/test/10.html

once you go there you'll see a link at the top for the exact same page but with 100px header & footer.

strange though on the 100px footer it's smaller than the 10px footer
header re-size seems to work fine though though... (fixed - see next post)

you could also play with the flash content size:

#flashcontent {
width: 100%;
height: 500px;
}

in my example the flash content on both pages is set to 500px


just throwin' some ideas out there - don't know if this is the proper solution...

5

(13 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

I'm not 100% sure that this is what you're talking about, but if I understand you correctly you want to adjust the numbers in blue (below) to modify the size of the footer & header (in your html/index file):

<style type="text/css">   
    body {
        background-color: #000000;
        font: .8em/1.3em verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif;
    }

    #header {
        width: 100%;
        height: 10px;       
    }
   
    #footer {
        width: 100%;
        height: 80px;       
    }
   
    #flashcontent {
        width: 100%;
        height: 550px;       
    }
       
</style>

I suggest just changing the numbers till ya get what ya want.
if that's what you needed help with...

hope this helps & good luck.

6

(9 replies, posted in PostcardViewer)

yes - you can do this. it's done in the source of the html (index) file.
under the line that says

new FlashObject

put this line:

fo.addParam("wmode", "transparent");

you can see an example of a test I did here:

http://sidemouse.com/test/dboon/

You can copy my html source and use it if you want - but note that the background source in mine is a "php" extension... so you probably know to change this to whatever background you are using.

Mine is a php because it loads a random background every time the page is refreshed.... but that's another tutorial altogether...

good luck.

7

(5 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

in your html page add this line:


                fo.addParam("wmode", "transparent");

under this line:

        var fo = new FlashObject("viewer.swf", "viewer", "100%", "100%", "6", "#222222");   

I figured this out by looking at the FAQs for Simpleviewer & it worked in Autoviewer...

You can see what I did with it (if ya want) here:

http://sidemouse.com/lafler/