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Thumbnails in Dreamweaver
rock007




msg:940447
 7:02 pm on Mar 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

I am currently using Photoshop to process my picturres.
My website is in Front Page. However, when I create a photo gallery, I set it up in Front Page as a table, insert the picture from Photoshop, and then right-click to convert each picture to a Thumbnail.

I am getting ready to switch to Dreamweaver and I would like to create my photo galleries the same way, using Photoshop. However, when reading up on Dreamweaver, I do not see anywhere in the instructions as to how to make a Thumbnail from a picture in a photo gallery. The only references are to creating photo galleries as a joint effort, using the Dreamweaver/Fireworks combination.

Is there a way to create a photo gallery in Dreamweaver, using tables, inserting pictures processed in Photoshop, and then converting them into Thumbnails in Dreamweaver?

Thanks.

-Rocky

 

Agzl




msg:940448
 8:29 pm on Mar 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

You can,you have just use the free templates left.They enable ThumbNails

rock007




msg:940449
 3:52 pm on Mar 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

Agzl:

I do not understand your suggestion. Would you please
explain it in a different way. My vocabulary in web design is still very limited.

Thanks.

-Rocky

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