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Toby7

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  1. Thanks for sorting this out via email tuanphan. For others, the answer was to use write some additional CSS that only applies to light-boxes that aren't part of a slide show through use of :only-child .sqs-lightbox-slideshow .sqs-gallery-design-stacked-slide:only-child .sqs-lightbox-padder { position: absolute; top: 0%; left: 0%; bottom: 0%; right: 0%; }
  2. tuanphan, did you get my URL and password? I'd love to know what to do about this. I think it all boils down to whether there is a way to use CSS to talk to the slideshow lightbox padder without talking to the single image lighbox one. If anyone has any ideas, I'd be very interested.
  3. Thanks! I don't want to share the URL and password publicly, so have sent them to you using your website.
  4. On a page I'm designing, I need to move the images in a lightbox slideshow over to the right to make room for their captions (which I'm putting in a column to the left). I use: .yui3-lightbox2 .sqs-lightbox-slideshow .sqs-lightbox-padder { position: absolute; top: 0%; left: calc(100vw - 100vh - 150px); bottom: 0%; right: 0%; } But this also moves other single images that have their own lightbox view on other parts of the page, which I'd prefer to leave with the default setup. Is there a way I can restrict the above CSS to only apply to lightbox slidesh
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