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Chapter 12. Creative Techniques > About Web Photo Galleries

About Web Photo Galleries

Preparing a gallery of photos for use on the Web can be repetitive, tedious work. You have to resize and format each image, one at a time—a lengthy process. Luckily, Photoshop Elements eliminates this drudgework for you with its automated Web Photo Gallery feature (Figure 12.43). When you create a Web photo gallery, Photoshop Elements instantly opens a group of image files, resizes them to identical dimensions, and creates smaller thumbnail versions. Photoshop Elements also creates HTML code for each Web page in the gallery. (HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, and is the code that describes the size, location, color, and other attributes of any and all objects and text on a Web page.) All of the images and HTML files are stored in a designated folder on your hard drive. Once the photo gallery is completed, you can then view the gallery on your hard drive or on the Web. If you have a digital camera full of images that you can’t wait to share over the Web, this feature can help you get them posted online quickly. (See the color plate section of this book for a full-color view of a Web photo gallery.)

Figure 12.43. Create a Web gallery of your favorite digital photos with Photoshop Elements’ automated Web Photo Gallery feature.



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