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NexGen Gallery in wordpress showing 'vertical thin white line' not the image

Posted on 2016-09-16
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hi, got a website with a nexgen gallery on the photographs page.
the gallery has images that show a vertical white line, not the image we wanted.
website is www.magicbymarc.com
wordpress version is : 4.6.1 (I think)
NexGen gallery v 1.82

the wordpress was upgraded a little bit back, but gallery seemed to work, its does seem to work now, but its just showing the white line, BUT some of the pictures show up properly? (so that makes me think the plugin is compatible with this latest version of wordpress?
thanks
marc
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by:pjam
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Are you referring to the white line to the left of the girl in the red dress, first slide I think?
Would never had noticed if you didn't point it out.  :)
That is the only line I see in Chrome.  What browser are you viewing in?
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by:MarcHelfand
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hi pjam,
i m using latest chrome, and htis is what i see,and i saw it earlier, at work on a different computer/location...
i see the image in the thumbnails, but not the picture above the thumbnail row...
marc
nexgen-gallery-error1.jpg
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by:MarcHelfand
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you know, when i looked this morning i saw the image above the thumbnail, a few of them, then when i scrolled the thumbnails to another pic, the line came back.../
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by:ResQTek Nancy
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There are style properties within the image element tags that are causing the problem.

<img src="http://magicbymarc.com/wp-content/gallery/photographs/dbc-7-perming-in-studio-1.jpg" alt="dbc 7 - perming in studio 1"
style="width:0px; height:480px; max-width:0px; margin-left:320px; margin-right:320px; margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px;">

All the width properties and margins are causing the image to display improperly.

Also, the image is inside the caption container DIV causing the white border around the image. That is where the white line is coming from.
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by:MarcHelfand
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thanks nancy, so do i adjust the pictures that are in the gallery? or the plugin settings for dimensions?
thanks again.
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ResQTek Nancy earned 500 total points
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The plugin must be causing this. The style properties are not coming from the image itself.
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by:MarcHelfand
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Thank you all, ill be checking with the plugin developer to see what issues are with the latest word press version...
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