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I was following the filtered photo gallery tutorial below: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_js_portfolio_filter.asp I have an issue with the photos bunching up on the right side & not shifting to a new column. This is the HTML in the link below: https://www.w3schools.com/code/tryit.asp?filename=FWU52Y6W22GU What can I add to make sure the formatting is right?
Hello everyone, First of all I am going to say that my knowledge in coding is pretty low. I've created myself a HTML website based on a purchased HTML template and that's how far my experience with coding goes. I am a photographer and I want to give my clients the benefit of downloading their photos from my website. I have a NAS ( Network Attached Storage ) in my home and I wanted to use it as place from where the website reads content and displays it on the web page. To have access to the content of the NAS u need a username and a password. Right now I have the website configured to
im trying to use the code provided in the w3school's responsive image gallery (https://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp?filename=trycss_image_gallery_responsive) and the basic code works but when i substitute any of the pictures for a portrait rather than a landscape it rotates the portrait image 90 degrees so that it ends up landscape... i am using the exact same code with the exceptions of the images im trying to use
Hey guys, I am currently in the process of building the HTML and CSS structure of a website for a friend. The website will use images, but the images that will be used will most likely be from Google image searches. I understand that any images used will belong to a third party. Will I be able to use any images I wish, as long as I reference them correctly somewhere in the HTML code? If so, how will I go about doing so? Would it be within the "alt" attribute? Any help with using third party images and referencing will be greatly appreciated. Unfortunately the organisation I am building the web