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(2010-07-20 11:49:59 pm)
You should be good to go, now. Your page was displaying correctly(ish) in Firefox and Chrome, but not IE...because IE doesn't always play nice with the CSS 'padding' property, which I had used to space the images. Instead, I modified the code to use the 'margin' property...essentially the same end, this is just handled better by IE.
Your IFRAME may need some adjustment, though. The code on the 'Get the Widget' page (with altered height and width, of course -- taking the newly added margins into account; you may need to reduce your thumb size to get them to display as three rows of three) should help with calling an iframe that isn't bordered if that is what you are going for.
Let me know if you have any other trouble. Thanks for pointing this out, as loads of people still use IE and I want the code to display properly for as many people as possible.
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