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Flickr, Flogr and my site


MrNewName

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I use Flogr click here to take my photos from Flickr onto my site click here I am pretty pleased with it thus far but have a few queries.

1 - does anyone know how I may change the size of the thumbnails on the front page? I don't know enough of php (which Flogr is written in) to change them. I would like them to be perhaps 50% bigger to give a little more detail.

2 - I have the following footer: Photos © My home page here photos powered by flogr v2.0

The link to my site is put in html as a href="www. kevinmelody .net"> here /a> but it turns into http:// www. kevinmelody.net /photographs/www. kevinmelody. net
(without the spaces obviously) which will not work as can be seen.

How do I change this to create a proper link which works?

Lots more but that's enough to get started with I think.

Many thanks, Kevin

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MrNewName

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EDIT:

The link to my site is put in html as <a href="www. kevinmelody .net"> here </a>

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MrNewName

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Well, I've sorted out the second query but have somehow given myself two footers...

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