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This is nothing amazing, but I had a crack at writing a page to output all of the images I have uploaded to my site using sql and php blah blah. I think it was about time too since the site has been completely back end ready since last year.

http://www.aatwo.com/art

I know it looks pretty rubbish but I'm completely hung over. Give me a break:p

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Hehehehe, niiice.

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aatwo, your "studio" could use a little heat.

Just use your Portrait plugin. It has a Warmth slider, after all. :wink:

On Topic: It's great to see all these back up again. The internet is now a better place. :D

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I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

~ Becoming the Archetype

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...talk about an effect who's sliders don't do anything... :D

Seriously, that's got to be my worst effect ever. :(

If only they'd all turn out as good as Ink Sketch. :D

Oh well, I'll redo it someday and actually make it worth something.

EDIT: Well, I had a few hours, so I looked at the Portrait effect. I "fixed" it. ;)

Go get the latest version: http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=4097

Click to play:
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the update looks very awesome boltbait.

Crazy Man Dan you have a fair load of experience with web development dont you?

I am echoing my table using php and I have set the cell padding of the table containing all the images and descriptions to 10. But no matter what I set the cell padding value to it doesn't apply any. Why??? I have no table properties defined in the style sheet so it can't be some kind of style clash.

You got any ideas?

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You have a global declaration near the top in the CSS:

* {
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
}

Add the line:

td {
   padding:10px;
}

...undereath it. Then you can remove the cellpadding declaration from the table tag.

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I'm not sure if you have Firebug (and if not I'd recommend it if you're a Firefox user), but if so, you can choose one of the table cells in the code in the Console on the left, then look at the Style tab on the right and see what CSS declarations are affecting that HTML element. The global declaration is the top one over there. You can then click in the indented space to the left of the line to temporarily disable that line in real-time to see what the page looks like without it.

I am not a mechanism, I am part of the resistance;

I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

~ Becoming the Archetype

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