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Old 05-06-2008, 07:34 AM   #6
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Are you hosting this yourself, with a blogging package?
Yes - it's an ASP.NET open source package (link in the footer). So, if you desperately feel the need to include the Windows/MS world as well as Linux/PHP, let me know....

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... a package for photo blogs (or is it just blogs?) could be interesting to do. Please keep us posted what your experience with it is.
It is a general purpose blog, which I have designed for my photos.

I'll have another look at the 800px thing - looks like I missed something. Most of this is done late at night when "real" work is done - so perhaps a tired brain! [Edit: see thumbnail for what I see at 800 wide, in FF 2.0.0.14. No squirting down of the float, but the image is a bit truncated.]
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