It is a new look in keeping with the Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10 shakeup and shakedown. You will notice that I've placed the "next" button on the right and the "back" button on the left. It is western world book like even though this isn't a book and these are not pages and the planet has gone global and spherical where west meets east (probably were you are presently located).
According to the theories of my HTML ergonomics adviser, Albert Chan, it would be a good place to put the "next" link beside the right hand scroll bar where it is close to the drag down mouse cursor. But, things are changing with touch technology and a new wave of tablet internet users. Still, even with with touch the right is a good spot for "next" because most people are right handed.
My new gallery format using horizontal scrolls which are fairly well suited to touch swipes works well with tablets.
Click: Experimental Gallery (click or touch pictures to zoom in and load details).