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    Flickr on Joomla

    Has anyone got a module/plugin that will allow me to show flickr photos on a joomla page?

    I found one that worked nicely called jFlickr but it shows bullet points in firefox and i havent had much luck getting rid of them

    Tried doing this but it didnt work for me JFlickr bullet points in Firefox

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    Ahh come on!!

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    oh well, in years to come if anybody needs anything similiar try this..

    Demo

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    I dont know how to fix it, I have been looking at the code and it has me stumped!

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    Glad it wasnt just me.

    I've sorted something now anyway

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    Eugh! The second one i linked works perfectly but is way tooooooooo slow!

    Basically im after a way for the client to be able to upload images easily! Any clues?

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    Perhaps a Photobucket add on???

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    You not used the one I linked you to on one of my website Little Miss?

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    Yeah i did think about it John, but i dont like how to gallery looks lol

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    Im wondering whether the photobucket api would be quicker then the Flickr one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Yeah i did think about it John, but i dont like how to gallery looks lol
    Pay the $19 for the full pro version you can change all that! Infact you can change bits in the free version as well

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    ok, i'll have a play

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    Fixed it on mine

    This needs to be in the template_CSS.CSS

    gallery-flickr
    li {
    list-style-type: none;
    }
    ul {
    margin: 0px;
    padding: 0px;
    }

    Seems to do the trick for me, but remember to back up the file before you do it!
    Last edited by nephilim; 25th February 2011 at 06:05 PM.

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    Ok, im being really dense here.

    I only have a template.css and an extra one that adds fancy bit.

    Where is everyone getting template_cc.css from?

    TELL ME! lol!

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