Msg#: 4153401 posted 5:25 pm on Jun 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
Hi everyone, Thank you in advance for reading this and helping if you can. I am very much new to the photography game and even newer to building a website, for which I have been staring at my computer for hours upon end. So in the end I decided to spend a few bucks and splash out on a template from <snip> but now I am struggling with the small thumbnails on the main page and on the side as you go into each section. I was wondering how can I change them so that I can either have thumbnails of some form of significance rather than some randomness. You will see what I mean when you get to the website. (Its still a work in progress if that!)
The website is at <snip>
After a much sleeplesss night i have figured it out, it is to do with an old version of a gallery admin program (flex gallery) that i am using...a new version allows you to readjust the thumbnails.... thing is i don't have anything called flex gallery as such in my files but just lots of dreamweaver files, so how do I go updating it to the latest gallery admin? or at least getting something that will allow me to adjust the thumbnails etc Many thanks
[edited by: bill at 4:55 am (utc) on Jun 16, 2010] [edit reason] No URLs to your sites please. [/edit]
Msg#: 4153401 posted 10:02 pm on Jun 29, 2010 (gmt 0)
nowadays making your websites in html getting outdated. Have you ever tried wordpress? It is a very popular content managment system, which I use for some years now. It is soooo much easier than dreamweaver, and html. It started as a blog forum, but there are so many nice website templates you can use.
Do a search on woothemes, and also wpzoom and you can see premium themes, which you can purchase. There are also a gazillion of free themes though!
Another advantage is that it has socalled plugins, which are features you can add. There are numerous gallery plugins, which you can use. If you have a flickr account, you can even connect this with your wordpress site.