0 1 5 10 12buttons on top of page represent photo heights of:
40px 133px 500px 1000px and 1200px
* There are 3 modes of display (
Z) for a single photo:
1)normal, 2)background stretch, and 3)height or width stretch
Navigation - single photo* Click mouse in left/right part of the screen
* Use +/- 5 10 20 50 buttons to skip forward/backward
* Use right/left keyboard arrow keys
* Use keyboard keys eg
|What does it take to have a website?|
You'll need something to put on your website - you're on your own
you need Website Software like Dreamweaver or Adobe GoLive. Sometimes Notepad is enough, but then you have to understand HTML (the language of websites). I prefer to play with HTML, aligning things is better that way. Automatically generated HTML is usually messy looking and messy to edit.
On his website, Dan Heller has a lot of advice for website stuff as well as picture formatting, making slideshows. He has about 60,000pictures online. He has advice on photography too.
If you see a webpage you like, you can "View Source", a feature of Internet Explorer or Netscape. That will show you how much HTML work went into it. Some of this HTML is created by the author directly, some is automatically generated, and some is generated "a few seconds ago" from things like CGI/Perl scripts.