Anyway, is this passable on professional terms? I know Craig Mullins uses it but you really don't it much elsewhere. How crucial is to have an html website from the ground up?
There's also Flash-based "Simpleviewer" - you can check it out f.e. here http://www.jakkas.pl/ - its pretty easy to set up too
used coppermine before but its limited in terms of trying to get a nice interface
you can find css based image galleries on line easy to use and edit some may require dreamweaver you can get a 30 day trial off www.adobe.com
take a look at http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/
most of the galleries can be downloaded by selecting view- page source on the top of browser and copying and pasting the code into the code box in dreamweaver
you can then set up a basic menu contact page and have a web site
also check out http://dhtmlsite.com/imagegalleries.php
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Hey thirdeye, that looks somewhat similar to Banana Album, which looks very nice too.
N D Hill, I'd be curious to know which you prefered.
Hmmm... this is a useful thread. I've been thinking of getting a website for about a year now, but have been too lazy to figure out web programming and make my own. Knowing that there is accepted pre-made web layouts that pros use is really good to know.
Does anyone know of more good professional looking layouts similar to these listed
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