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I'm trying to edit my new theme and I got the following comments:

  1. Single image gallery post: image shifted in left side with footer
  2. Need next and previous image gallery link on single image gallery post.

I know how to create a gallery post with many thumbnails, but how do I create a single gallery post in order to simulate the above to comments?

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Thanks Chip! Yes, as a first timer, I just figured that you can comment in your review ticket and ask your reviewer directly. Will do so from now on. –  Sayanee May 31 '12 at 1:35

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Read Theme Unit Test and import the test data (including images!) into a new blog. You will get everything you need to test.

There is a gallery post included (Images Test), and if you click on an image you get an attachment page for this gallery image.

Here is a screen shot from TwentyEleven:

enter image description here

See the links in the upper right corner? Look into the source code of TwentyEleven to understand how they are implemented.
Use previous_image_link() and next_image_link().

<span class="nav-previous"><?php 
    previous_image_link( false, __( '&larr; Previous' , 'twentyeleven' ) ); 
?></span>
<span class="nav-next"><?php 
    next_image_link( false, __( 'Next &rarr;' , 'twentyeleven' ) ); 
?></span>
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