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Old 11-02-05, 11:15 AM
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Web page design for idiots?

Ok, I know NOTHING about HTML, nor do I have the time and desire to learn. I just got a free 100MB web page hosting from www.1l.com

I want a page to host pictures to share with friends and family. What is the easiest way?
Old 11-02-05, 11:55 AM
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Also, I've heard Photoshop can create a photo page. Anyone know about that?
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I use Photoshop CS2 and it does have the page-builder feature within Adobe Bridge (a pretty cool one at that). I'm not sure if the previous versions had it.
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I've written up a sample page to get you started:

HTML Code:
<html>

<head>
	<title="Green Jello's Awesome Page!!!"/>
</head>

<STYLE TYPE="text/css">

</STYLE>

<body class="awesome">

<center><h1 ID=blinker>
<blink>GREEN JELLO'S AWESOME PAGE!!!</blink>
</h1></center>

Type your custom text here.

</body>

< SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript">
function blink_on 
blinker.style.color="green"
timerOne=setTimeout("blink_off()", 1000, "VBScript")
end function

function blink_off 
blinker.style.color="red"
timerTwo=setTimeout("blink_on()", 1000, "VBScript")
end function

blink_off
</ SCRIPT>

</html>
Cut and paste this to an index.html file, and drop it in your webspace. You'll need to remove the extraneous " " from the two SCRIPT tags.

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No MARQUEE tag = no sale.
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Groucho is setting you up sweet. Be sure and come back and let us know it went okay.
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LMAO! Nice work Groucho.

I was able to use the Gallery automation in PhotoShop CS2. It's easy and pretty nice. Simple, but nice.
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Picasa2 outputs a pretty slick webpage of photos too...easy to drop on your site.
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Serious answer:

I use Gallery on my site. Very cool application, but it's a bit of work to set up.

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