A simple utility for creating HTML image galleries from pictures on your computer. Automatically generates thumbnails and places them on html pages by a specified template. Easy-to-use for novices and very flexible in hands of experienced webmasters.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: E-Mage for Web is a simple utility for creating HTML image galleries from pictures on your computer. It automatically generates thumbnails (scaled-down versions of images) and places them on html pages according to a specified template. Every thumbnail can be hyperlinked to original full-size image. You can customize many parameters of thumbnails, such as dimensions, compression, border color and more. You also can specify the size limit for jpeg files (unique feature) - all produced thumbnails will be adjusted by quality to fit the limit. Aside from this, templates allow deep customization of HTML page layout. The template language is naturally embedded in HTML code, so you can easily create new templates from regular html documents. The flexibility is provided by macros and special commands that allow you describing of alternatives and repeating structures (table cells and rows). There are several predesigned templates for generating HTML galleries of various styles. You can modify them so they would match your needs. Because of its simplicity and flexibility the program can prove to be equally useful for both the novices and the experienced webmasters.
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