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How to embed Jquery image Gallery into my website?

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Hello

I have downloaded and customized a Jquery image gallery (Galleriffic2) See link below

http://www.reflectionsmemorialcards.co.uk/memorialIreland/galleriffic-2.0/example-2.html

This is the exact way I wish the gallery to appear on my website.

However, when I try to embed it to the main site I get this

http://www.reflectionsmemorialcards.co.uk/memorialIreland/index2.html#

I have checked the external file links without success.. Could someone please help me because it's driving me insane.

Many thanks
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You've omitted the 'px' from your images.
Check lines #63 & #141 in galleriffic-2.css.
As for the font used for the controls, it inherits from the body font, so you better assign some custom font to it.

Hagay
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You, my friend, are a genius!!!
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Glad I could help!
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