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I build my website mostly in iBook, but host it at DreamHost, not with mac. I believe I lose that pretty slideshow option doing this.

Does anyone have html code I could paste into a webpage of mine (replacing photos with my photos of course)? I would appreciate it!


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I love Jalbum.

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I love Jalbum.
Thank you TopDog! I downloaded jalbum, and i'm creating an album for slide show now. But will this let me create a slideshow at the bottom of a webpage? Thanks again.

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You can put the slideshow wherever you want.

For example, I've stuffed all mine under http://www.gauteweb.net/gallery/ and in different subfolders there...

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Thailand looks so beautiful. Even the hotel room.

TopDog, those are just photo albums, right? What if you wanted to create more "motion" by having those photos move across the page in single file at the bottom. Have you done that?

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I think there are some new styles on Jalbum's webpage that does the filmstrip thing, but I don't think they move by them selves, then you need some kind of Flash-album probably.

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Check out http://dynamicdrive.com they have lots of nice setups.
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Check out http://dynamicdrive.com they have lots of nice setups.
Thank you, Christopera. Would you say Advanced Gallery Script might be good for me, if i want a thumbnail slideshow across the top or bottom of a page? Thanks again.

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