A tool to generate html web sites and upload the appropriate files via FTP. It provides a simple editor to add text and photos. It will generate multiple size versions of each page and will split the files across multiple web servers as configured.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Photo-Web is a tool to generate html files for web sites and upload the appropriate files via FTP to one or more servers as needed.
Photo-Web is intended to be easy to use for novice computer users and yet it is also useful for those with experience as it automates a number of the annoying and time-consuming tasks associated with maintaining a photo-journal type website.
It allows the user to compose a web site by typing the text, inserting page breaks and dragging images from the windows explorer to the Photo-Web document where they are then displayed as a thumbnails.
After a user configures the FTP site information for his web server(s), Photo-Web can then generate all the html files for the web site(s). This includes the generation of multiple versions of each page with different image sizes which are automatically generated as configured by the user. These pages are cross linked so that the audience can switch sizes easily.
If multiple web sites are configured, Photo-web then figures out how to 'split' the files across the multiple servers adjusting the links as needed. This is very useful for users with multiple small web spaces provided by their ISPs.
The files can then be automatically transferred via FTP to the web server. The entire 'update' can be accomplished with a single click - or the user may view the site locally before committing to their server.
When a user alters their document and initiates an update procedure, Photo-Web detects which files have changed and so minimizes FTP time.
Photo-Web also provides for other file links such as video clips, or previously existing html files.
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