jQuery Picture Gallery with Twelve Transition Results: SmartGallery

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  2. I Nauro says:

    Hi there,

    Nice piece of code you got over there I really like the variety in transitions. However I remain with a few questions about it, since I’m not familiar with JQuery I was hoping you could help me out. I do not get my navigation working and the images do not scale either. Is there a way I could do this? I’d appreciate if you could help me out. 🙂

    Thanks in advance may the source be with you.


  3. Amit Sukapure says:


    Nice.!! I like it.
    But How to show thumbnails by default?

    Please help.

  4. You are missing the quotes around the explode. Try this out $(‘#smart-gallery’).gallery({ stickthumbnails: true, random: true, animation: “explode”});

  5. A new version is coming soon with all the fixes.

  6. Usman says:

    Hello Shahbaz – Thanks for posting a useful image gallery but the demo doesnt work on IE7 and IE8. The spinner keeps spinning but no images appear. I am on a windows 7 machine. However, it works well in IE9 and all other browsers. Can you please give a tip on how to resolve this or do it yourself 🙂 Many thanks,

  7. Thanks for the great share. Like Alexey rightly said, it will be good to have namespace with prefix than using common names like thumbnails.

    Also, i want to know if it’s possible to have the default display in full including showing the thumbnails. The compact mode will not help me. Thanks

  8. Abdelsame says:

    thank you for this good Slide,
    i put it to my web http://www.dahlia-deko.de its working good, but i have sume Problem withe the produkt light box
    hes not showing produkt pictures moor !
    and another problem, i get the Slide in all web pages ! i need it only in the main Page !

    thank for helping !

  9. Alexey says:

    It would be easier to use the gallery with CSS classes prefixed by a kind of namespace (like sg-), because used class names are very common (e.g. “thumbnails”, “preview”, “left”, “hidden”, etc) and even they are applied inside “min-gallery” class, they are also influenced by other classes in web-application with matching names.

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