Gallery codes seem to be my new crack lmfao. This gallery features large photos and unobtrusive design that allows your images to be the center of attention; with arrow navigation and small text captions overlaid in the center, there's just enough going on to keep things interesting.
You can add as many slides as you want, just remember to keep captions short, and to edit your numbering as you go. A vertical version is available below, as well as no-text versions of both horizontal and vertical galleries. Enjoy! <3
Oh, yeah. These are the goods!
Paste your code into a code tester, then follow the directions below to get your code rolling!
HORIZONTAL: WITH TEXT
HORIZONTAL: WITHOUT TEXT
VERTICAL: WITH TEXT
VERTICAL: WITHOUT TEXT
Everything you need to know about editing this code!
INFORMATION REPLACEMENTS IMAGE1 through IMAGE5 to insert your images; these can be any size you want, but if you want an exact crop make sure they are 500x700 or 700x500 depending on which orientation you use. QUOTE LINE GOES HERE (x5) for your quote; these are vertically centered, so choosing quotes that are too long will make the boxes sit lower.
APPEARANCE REPLACEMENTS #fff to change the background color. #ccc to change the border color. #555 to change font color. 0,0,0, to change the box shadow color. 8px to change the font size. helvetica,arial,sans-serif to change bulk font. ↠ and ↞ to change or remove textbox arrow symbols. http://i.imgur.com/wDWPbPG.png and http://i.imgur.com/NoZH9bJ.png to change or remove navigation arrows.
Please respect my usage agreement; thank you!
♥ Keep credit backlink in place.
♥ Do not redistribute my codes in part or in whole.
♥ If you break something during editing, please feel free to drop me a comment and I'll help as best I can!
♥ I love seeing edits! This isn't a rule, but if you have a cool edit of one of my codes I'd love to see it!
Just some things to keep in mind!
♥ Most of my in-entry codes utilize lj-raw, which means things like line breaks need to be done with the HTML <br> tag.
♥ Some of my codes look great without using an lj-cut! But be aware, some of them (very large codes, or any code that utilizes tables) really should be behind a cut; spare your friends' f-pages and give it a look after posting! If it stretches out your journal entry or cuts off on the side, chances are it's going to warp other people's styles as well.