Have you tried hiding file extensions for known file types using Folder Options?
Thanks for the contribution.
However selecting "hide extensions for known file types" from the view tab of folder options in Windows only prevents the extensions from being displayed by the operating system.
This has no effect on the display in Bridge Galleries...
Any other ideas anyone?
I dont know if this is still an issue seen as its kinda old but it yet to be answered
create your gallery as normal, when saved go into the resources folder that is created along with your gallery and open up a file called group.xml in dreamweaver. For each image you should get the following code.
<title>5 rue Rossetti, Nice</title>
<imageId image='' dbtype='' dbname='' />
<mediaType category='image' format='jpeg' />
<rendition src='images/large/5%20rue%20Rossetti,%20Nice.jpg' height='1024' width='842' size='large' />
<rendition src='images/medium/5%20rue%20Rossetti,%20Nice.jpg' height='768' width='631' size='medium' />
<rendition src='images/thumb/5%20rue%20Rossetti,%20Nice.jpg' height='48' width='39' size='thumb' />
put the title that you want to be displayed in between the <title> and </title> tags
hope this helped =]
Ok, I found the code you mention, but when I created the gallery, I chose NOT to show the file names. Is there any way I can turn the file names back on so that I can use this option.... I already created 6 galleries and imbedded them in some additional code.... I'd love not to have to create the galleries all over again! Thanks,
Also..... Do you happen to know how to make the web gallery start without any action from the user? I want it to start when the page loads. Thanks again!
Ok, thanks for the help with the code... now, where to I change the font color for these titles?