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Shawndb2
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I'm working on a site that needs multiple galleries/slide shows. I've set up the client's account in flickr so they can manage each set/gallery. I've nested the objects (slideshow) code generated from flickrslidr within a div. Now, I'm getting complaints that they can't be seen. Any ideas? Are there any better slideshow apps?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Client's site: http://evamanndesigns/gallery.html

Thanks,

Shawn

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for those that want to

for those that want to help.. here's his full URL

http://www.evamanndesigns.com/gallery.html

It works on my end.. in safari, but it loads kinda slow at first.

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Why use flickr? Why not use

Why use flickr? Why not use the hosting the site is using instead?

I never can view flickr images, they rarely come though and when they do it takes about 5 minutes per image.

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For my opinion there are too

For my opinion there are too many galleries at once.
Maybe it is possible to divide them.
As a regular user i would prefer something like:

http://devkick.com/lab/galleria/

http://www.e2interactive.com/e2_photo_gallery/
http://www.outcut.de/MooFlow/

So you can choose and watch each single pic from a static overview/summary of the sketches
you realy want to see.

Anyway, i can see the pics on Opera and Firefox (latest releases on XP). Nothing on IE.

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