My challange. Hope I can get the question right. I have donated my site to a photo charity event. I would like to place a web photo album like Jalbums or whatever I have to use (photoshop, dreamweaver) into one of the two editable places on each html page.
To give you an idea, there will be many catagories on the left side, I would like the viewer to be able to click on the link on the left side and have the gallery or index page to the gallery appear on the right side in the body, all while maintaining the template of the site with the header, nav bar and footer. Or if there is another way, such as storing the web photo gallery someplace and have them open in the window when the link is clicked. The problem is there will be many catagories, photos, photographers, ect.
If someone could point me to a tutorial on the easiest way to accomplish this, I would be so grateful.
Here's the site to give you an idea.
The library links are on the left after you click "Motorama 2010"
I know there are many ways to do things, but the reading on div tags, Iframes is overwhelming.
DWcs4, windows, intenet explorer
The simplest way to bring JAlbum into your DW page is with an inline frame or <iframe>. For this demonstation, I have 3 albums saved to a Photo_Gallery folder in my DW site folder.
Text links to each of the 3 Gallery index pages (Gallery 1, Gallery 2, Gallery 3) followed by an iframe named FRAME1.
<h2>Photo Gallery</h2> <p> <a href="Photo_Gallery/Gallery1/index.html" target="FRAME1">Gallery 1</a> | <a href="Photo_Gallery/Gallery2/index.html" target="FRAME1">Gallery 2</a> | <a href="Photo_Gallery/Gallery3/index.html" target="FRAME1">Gallery 3</a> </p> <p> <iframe name="FRAME1" id="FRAME1" frameborder="0" scrolling="auto" height="900px" width="100%" src="Photo_Gallery/Gallery1/index.html"> </iframe> </p>
You can see live example here:
Nancy, Thank you so much, now I'm off to learn iframes.