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I've been using galleies for a long time but now I want to pay more attention to it so, I need a lot of new info.
First of all, how can I use that scrapbook icon (), there are any lj-tag?

Wondering through other galleries I noticed that some have different options (like 'copy') that I don't have. Then I searched a bit more and found a Customizing styles/layers for galleries but I don't know how to configure that, there are any 'template' or full code that I can use to start my customization? I've done that for component so I'm not a rookie, but I'm not an expert, I need something to start from.
Any help will be very appreciated.
It's a pitty that this community don't have a memories section
Thanks in advance for your cooperation : )
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Date:October 7th, 2005 08:33 pm (UTC)
I can help with the scrapbook option:
go to the main menu... click on manage...info... it takes you to that page where you type in your info, bio and all that... WAY down near the bottom of all the myriad choices, there is a checkbox in front of "Use image placeholders on your friends page". If you check that one it puts the icon on your friends page forpics, saves you loading time!
good luck...
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Date:October 7th, 2005 08:57 pm (UTC)
Sorry, I was misunderstood.
What I mean is if there are any lj-tag like 'lj user=__' to link to my scrapbook gallery.
ulis link to my journal (using an lj-tag)
</a></b></a>ulis should link to my scrapbook gallery using an lj-tag (this one was made with img src, a href, ...)
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Date:October 7th, 2005 09:33 pm (UTC)
sorry... I don't know.
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Date:October 7th, 2005 09:34 pm (UTC)
and thanks for that
; D
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Date:October 8th, 2005 12:54 am (UTC)
I'm pretty sure everyone just uses the img src, a href, etc way like you just did there. As far as I know, no lj-tag exists that lets you use the little artist head.
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