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Chapter 20.  Creating Web Images  > Setting Up a Web Photo Gallery

Setting Up a Web Photo Gallery

The new Web Photo Gallery feature enables you to create a Web page linking to a collection of images. The original images all should be stored in the same folder and can be in any file format that Photoshop recognizes. The Web Photo Gallery feature creates a Web page named index.htm and stores that Web page in the folder location you specify. The Web Photo Gallery feature then creates a subfolder named \images\, which holds large copies of the original image files (converted to JPEG format, if needed), as well as other images (such as navigation buttons) needed for the Web photo gallery. Each image will be displayed on a separate page when the viewer selects the image from the initial gallery page.

The Web Photo Gallery feature also creates a subfolder named \pages\, which holds an .HTM file for each image; the index.htm file has a link to each of these .HTM files. Finally, a new \thumbnails\ subfolder holds a smaller version of each image in the gallery for display on the index.htm page. Follow these steps to create a basic Web photo gallery.


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