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I have just started playing with iWeb for the first time. I have created a photos page using the Photos template and loaded it with some photos. I then published it to my web site. So far, so good.

Now, using my web browser (I have tried this with Safari and Firefox) if I click on a photo thumbnail on the page, some sort of photo browser window opens, with a smallish version of the original photo inside (i.e. the photo is not full size).

Instead of this, I want the following to happen: when I click on the photo, the full size photo opens in its own window. No browser, just the original photo, at full size.

At a bare minimum, if I have to use the iWeb photo browser thingy (SERIOUS technical term there), is there a way to have it show the full size photo?

Thanks, and sorry for the dumb questions. I have always coded my websites by hand, but thought I would give iWeb a try now that I own a Mac. So, I am fairly new to this app.

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In short, no. The albums created by iWeb work using scripts from Apple, thus they cannot be changed. Also the size is limited to 800x800, if you use a bigger picture when creating the page, at the moment of "publishing", iWeb will create a smaller version of the image.

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Ughhh, I was afraid of that. Back to another method I guess. I know that Photoshop will create web pages of photos and I may have to try that instead. Oh well...

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Make a blank page and just add some photo thumbnails,and a hyperlink to original pictures......
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