Recently I stopped using Highslide on my websites. I still think it's a great and very flexible script when you're not comfortable with js etc. But in my situation, jQuery and a bit of custom scripting is more effective.
Keep up the good works!
I use HS pretty much out of the box for my photography website but I did modify the navigation elements of the expanded images and put them above the image.
You can have a look here: [url]http://www.eddejong.nl
It's in Dutch, but if you click "portfolio", click an image to select a gallery and click a thumbnail you'll end up with an expanded image.
I have a love/hate relationship with CSS, but it's all done in CSS. The basic trick is to set a top margin for ".highslide-image" and register an overlay with top left positioning.
Thanks everyone for sharing their designs and thanks to Torstein for a great script and the new documentation.
I've tested my site on IE7, FF2 [i]and Safari[/i] [edit 20080323] on Win XPP/SP2. If anybody out there uses Mac / Safari: I'd appreciate your feedback. [i]Done, thanks Torstein![/i] [edit 20080323]