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Attention Techy Types…

In just a couple of weeks, I will be launching a massively updated version of my website, complete with more photos than I care to post in a scrolling thumbnail gallery.

 

I’ve scoured the web and to no avail, looking for a click and expand gallery that’s compatible for use with Yahoo Sitebuilder. Simply put, I just can’t find what I need and I don’t have the time to play the html code writing game.

So, I appeal to you, my helpful and knowledgeable audience: if you have come across such a program where I can simply bulk upload 200+ images and have that program/website (much like Photobucket I suppose) supply me with a code for the lot that I can easily embed directly to my site – I would be eternally grateful! Please note, I’m not looking for something that will take my viewers to an external link – otherwise Photobucket would have been just fine 😉

 

Separately,  I’m looking for a few ‘session photos’ that are more intricate than the little snap shots I’ve put on my website.

If you’re interested in having your picture taken during your next appointment, let me know . You should be aware that setting up a formal photo set will break up the natural fluidity of the scene, so while we will be ‘playing’, it will mostly be to get you ready for the camera. You must be comfortable being used as a prop and patient while the images are being snapped.  Feel free to drop me a line if this is of interest to any of you devilish dolls!

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Attention Techy Types…

  1. You know you can always count on me for session photos or video of any kind, right? Please do consider me for any and all such needs!

    Thanks and see you next week…

    GC

  2. To do this you’ll need to include some Javascript scripts and do some manual HTML editing. I’ve seen some conflicting information on this, but I think Sitebuilder will allow you to use Javascript. If that’s actually true then something like http://www.twospy.com/galleriffic/example-2.html should be pretty easy to setup.

    It will require you to add something like:

    for each image you want to show. There are scripts that will allow you to show everything in a directory but that gets tricky because it requires more than just Javascript.

    http://www.juicebox.net/demos/ looks cool to. Not sure how easy it is to setup but it looks like you can pull images from flickr which should cut down on the HTML editing.

    If you like one of those I’m sure that I or someone else can help you out as needed.

    1. Hmm the HTML I tried to add didn’t show up. Here it is again with angle brackets replaced with square brackets:
      [a class=”thumb” href=”images/pic1.png” title=”Victoria looking hot”][img src=”images/pic1.png”/][/a]

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