Kevin Cannon wrote: >look at the floating thumbnails example at: >http://realworldstyle.com/thumb_float.html Thanks, that's pretty much the code I had come up with previously. The problem is if the thumbs aren't all the same height then the wrapping becomes eccentric. To solve this I've decided to read all the thumbnails in, find the max height then write the div heights so they'll wrap okay. If you visit this example page, you'll see (in IE 5.5) at least that forcing the height allows the wrap to work as desired. http://www.corx.co.uk/onlinesales/index.php?category_id=1&gallery_id=8 though in Opera the width isn't working at all. In experimenting I've found a little problem/bug with width: auto when combined with overflow: auto; In IE 5.5, the div has scrollbars indicating a load of space when the contents should fit into the layer without a problem... http://www.corx.co.uk/onlinesales/evolt.php?category_id=1&gallery_id=8 here why does the first piece (B-Star & Riz) fit okay, but the fourth (Con-Yah), which looks exactly the same, have a horizontal scroll... I can see I've a few other problems with the code, and will play more later... Kind regards, Liam Delahunty, Mega Products Limited http://www.megaproducts.co.uk/ web design, programming, e-commerce http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/ Open Source PHP/MySQL E-commerce App. http://www.britstream.com/ Hosting/ Domain Names From UKP 7.50 p.a.