October 27th, 2003, 06:55 PM
Adding Captions in Photoshop 6
I'm fairly new to webpage development and Photoshop, so forgive me if this is a stupid question.
I have set up a customised Web Photo Gallery style in Photoshop. On the Subpage.htm page I want to include a caption below the picture. I have opened the jpg (say photo1.jpg) in Photoshop and added the text in the caption box under File --> File Info. Then I saved it as photo1.ffo in the same directory as photo1.jpg. I did the same for all the jpg in the directory.
I then created the Web Photo Gallery files under File --> Automate. Alas, a caption still doesn't appear on photo1.htm.
The html script in subpage.htm is as follows:
<TABLE border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="2" width="200">
<TD width="80" align="center"><A href=%PREVIMAGE%><IMG src="../images/previous.gif" vspace=2 hspace=1 border="0" alt=%PREVIOUSSTR%></A></TD>
<TD width="80" align="center"><A href=%NEXTIMAGE%><IMG src="../images/next.gif" vspace=2 hspace=1 border="0" alt=%NEXTSTR%></A></TD>
<INPUT type="button" value="Close Window" onClick="window.close()">
<TABLE border=0 align="center">
<TD align=center valign=center>
<IMG src=%IMAGESRC% align=bottom border=%IMAGEBORDER%alt=%ALT%>
<P><CENTER><font face="Verdana" size="0"><b>%FILEINFO%</b></FONT></CENTER></P>
I'd very much appreciate any help.
October 27th, 2003, 07:03 PM
ps. Is it only me who thinks the Photoshop Help File is totally garbage? Wouldn't you think Adobe would want people to be able to use their product to it's full potential? Or is it just that I have no technical ability? :-)