two different markups in the same page?

One quick question: I’m a newbie and probably it’s a easy thing and it’s a stupid question but I was following a thread earlier to make the thumbnail of the slideshow invisible and Tim Plumb sent I code I used and it works perfectly, but in the same page I have another markup for the CSS menu to be rounded corner. Is that a way to use both codes that goes for different things on the same page using the markup? How could I do this?

This is the code to hide the slideshow:

…and this the one for the rounded corner CSS (opaque) menu:

I hope that in someway we can combine different markups on the same page
thanks in advance for any help,

Marcus


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for an unknown reason the codes I pasted didn’t appear in here…?!


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… if I’m not completely disoriented (… and you are talking about showcase), you can hide the thumbs by just choose none under the layout-section, Thumbnail position within the showcase action. That’s what I did in this example:

http://www.kimmich-dm.de/hblocher/vicsecret-slides.html

Cheers

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You can have 2 different entries in Page Markup - just try to avoid using duplicate styles with different parameters.

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Hi Thomas

Thank you very much for the tip!
and by the way, what a nice example you have created. Really nice.

Have a nice day

Marcus

On Dec 14, 2010, at 2:39 AM, Thomas Kimmich wrote:

… if I’m not completely disoriented (… and you are talking about showcase), you can hide the thumbs by just choose none under the layout-section, Thumbnail position within the showcase action. That’s what I did in this example:

http://www.kimmich-dm.de/hblocher/vicsecret-slides.html

Cheers

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Hi David,

Thanks for your help!

Have a nice day

Marcus

On Dec 14, 2010, at 3:48 AM, DeltaDave wrote:

You can have 2 different entries in Page Markup - just try to avoid using duplicate styles with different parameters.

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Yep, missed that one! Thanks Thomas. :slight_smile:
Marcus, you can add multiple markups and as long as the styles don’t conflict you should be OK. It is up to you is you want to insert a single CSS style block or multiple ones - either way should work.
Regards,
Tim.

On 14 Dec 2010, at 07:39, Thomas Kimmich wrote:

you can hide the thumbs by just choose none under the layout-section

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Hi Tim!
I couldn’t thank you before. Thanks for your help.
I’ll keep this in mind for future reference

best regards,

Marcus


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