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wolfhawk

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Removing pic above Powered by Coppermine Photo Gallery
« on: August 21, 2004, 04:11:16 pm »

I was changing a template..

and i want to see if i can make a portal intergrate, in phpbb and the gallery..

i know when i leave that pic there above Powered by Coppermine Photo Gallery
it will look very messy with the portal settings at the left.

so the question is, how to i remove that pic (bar) above Powered by Coppermine Photo Gallery
you can find the gallery here..
http://62.100.26.10/nicegirls/gallery/

Its that one white to black (also the name of the pic) i must remove the source line of that pic..

tnx for helping ;)
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Nibbler

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Re: Removing pic above Powered by Coppermine Photo Gallery
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2004, 10:52:42 pm »

It's in /themes/igames/theme.php

echo "<img src='themes/igames/images/white_to_black.jpg'>" $template_footer;

just change it to

echo $template_footer;
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Re: Removing pic above Powered by Coppermine Photo Gallery
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2004, 11:03:46 pm »

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ther "bar" you're refering to is meant to be used to calibrate your monitor. You usually want to have it if exact calibartion of brightness and contrast matter, e.g. when having very dark pics background (black) with litlle contrast (dark grey). Often needed for scientific apps, or photography related sites. On "regular" picture galleries, you can disable it easily.
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For future reference, just right click on such elements (the "bar" graphic), chose properties to find out the name of the graphic you want to get rid of (in your case "white_to_black.jpg"). Then use the search feature of your OS (i.e. "Windows Explorer", search bar) and look for all files (search for "*" without the quotes) in the coppermine folder on your local hard drive that contain text "white_to_black.jpg". Then use a plain text editor (notepad is fine) to look into the code of the files the search comes up with. You would have ended up at the result Nibbler posted.

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