Need help with PS Web Photo Gallery

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Baldy, Jan 9, 2004.

  1. Baldy

    Baldy Guest

    I already have a large number of web pages created using PS v7.0 and
    the Web Photo Gallery automated script. I recently upgraded to PS-CS
    and I find that they dropped one style which just happens to be the
    one that I was using.

    I tried adding my own style but its a hit-and-miss process as I have
    modified the original HTML files to fit my purposes. It dawned on me
    that if I can find somebody still using Version 7.0, they could send
    me the 4 or 5 HTML files used to generate this particular style.

    What I need are the HTML files in the Web Photo Gallery under
    "Vertical Frame" (the current PS-CS has several horizontal frame
    styles but they dropped the vertical frame). Each web page style is
    defined by a folder and in that folder are the HTML files I need. They
    should have a file name something like "CAPTION.HTM, FRAMESET.HTM,
    INDEXPAGE.HTM, THUMBNAIL.HTM", etc. I'm trying to remember if there
    was more than one "Vertical Frame" style, but what the hell, just send
    me all of them. The files are very small.

    I would be deeply indebted to anyone that can email these HTML files
    to me.

    Brian L. Lightfoot

    Email:
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    Baldy, Jan 9, 2004
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    Warren Sarle Guest

    Done.
     
    Warren Sarle, Jan 10, 2004
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  3. Baldy

    Brian Guest

    Got 'em. Thanks. Simply copied the folder into the Web Gallery folder
    and it works like magic. Figures that I would base all of my pages on
    the one style that Adobe choose to drop.

    Brian
     
    Brian, Jan 10, 2004
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  4. Baldy

    Warren Sarle Guest

    Glad it worked. Vertical Frame is my favorite among the PS7 web
    templates, too, especially since it works fine without frames.
     
    Warren Sarle, Jan 10, 2004
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