Saturday, 23 February 2008

Dusk Over Skopelos

Dusk Over Skopelos image 1Dusk Over Skopelos image 2Dusk Over Skopelos image 3


I've been trying to do this on Blogger for a while now - put multiple images on the same line and I finally worked it out today - I just used a table for them! The three images are collectively called Dusk Over Skopelos and will be printed on canvas and hung on my bedroom wall in the next few days, individually they measure 41 by 80.67 cm and the whole image (allowing for the picture wrapping the side of the frame will be approximately 117 cm by 79 cm.


Now, the next think I want to figure out is how to get the gaps between the images to be slightly larger... if anyone knows, please share.

5 comments:

CaliforniaKat said...

Gorgeous photo! Excellent detail, great color, just wonderful.

I can't help you with the gaps, I'm afraid; I only know how to tweak it in CSS. Also, I cannot see the left side because the slider window is blocking it -- doesn't matter what computer or what browser I use.

Filakia!

dubaibilly said...

Hi Kat,

That's interesting, I will look at this on my computer at work to see if I get the same problem there.

Cheers

DB

dubaibilly said...

Hi Kat,

I'm at work now and I can't reproduce this fault on my laptop... I'm not sure what to do now.

DB

Keefieboy said...

It's always a bit problematic doing 'web design' on Blogger because they'll take the stuff you input and rewrite it into something that fits the way they want things to work. But here's a couple of things you can try. You said you'd put your pics in a table (this, I suspect, will have been changed by Blogger). If the code for your table has not been changed, you can add cellpadding to the table or hspace to the images. Sorry, can't post code here, Blogger won't let me.

dubaibilly said...

Keefie, that sounds really complicated! Anyway, I did a quick View Source and found that the table defs were still in there so I just went back to the original post and and but td /td tags between the first and second and second and third images - worked fine!