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Amanda,

Very cool looking art, very nice work!

 

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Beautiful stuff Amanda.
Thanks for sharing it.

Out of curiousity, why do you choose to have the images whiten when scrolling over it. Is it to force us to click on each image to see it clearly?

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Fiddlerman said
Beautiful stuff Amanda.
Thanks for sharing it.
Out of curiousity, why do you choose to have the images whiten when scrolling over it. Is it to force us to click on each image to see it clearly?  

Thank you very much!

Actually, I cannot stand that it turns white when hovering. Since making the site, Wix changed their gallery settings. Supposedly the settings are more in-depth but I do not see any improvement. It added that white hover effect and I could not figure out how to turn it off. I think I have fixed it now. It doesn't seem to be doing it for me anymore. Also, when clicking on an image, it opens that single image, however, it isn't much larger than the original image from gallery view. I cannot figure out how to get to image to open in full view mode when clicking on it. I'd love for my viewers to see the images in original size. 

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LOL. Typical. Makes sense. It no longer turns white and is much easier to see now. Great job 🙂 

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