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I would like to make an image gallery like the one shown on the top left of this page:
http://inthe7heaven.com/preview/?theme=Global%20News%20Drupal
A large image with a row of thumbnails under it, where you can click on the thumbnail to see the larger version above. I think this is done with a View, but I don't know what it is called so I can't even do a search for  a tutorial. It's not a simple slide show.
Also, I would like to have a description somewhere, maybe overlaying the bottom of the image.
Please help!
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In this prticular page, it is done with the flexslider module, however, there are several options for sliders/galleries and this page compares them.
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Boy this was hard. I tried most of the various modules, and found multiple glitches in them. I fonally got this working with flexslider and a 4 part tutorial on Youtube, which wasn't perfect because some of the choices in flexslider are no longer available.
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