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ThmIndxr(tm) creates thumbnail index pages of graphics image directories. It automatically writes all of the HTML code required for building a Web page, and creates the thumbnail images that are a key part of building a page that will load quickly. After running ThmIndxr(tm), just load the HTML file, the thumbnail directories, and your original images onto your server. As soon as the pages are loaded onto the server, they are "ready to go.&q
(ThmIndxr(tm) creates HTML thumbnail index pages of graphics image directories
ThmIndxr(tm) (pronounced "thumb indexer") is a Windows application that was written specifically to simplify the process of creating "index" pages for collections of digital images. Whether you're a novice computer user or a seasoned Web professional, you'll find ThmIndxr(tm) is a useful tool that can help you quickly produce the Web pages needed to display your pictures. Simple enough for a beginner, yet with a sufficiently wide range of adjustable parameters to keep a "power user" happy, ThmIndxr(tm) meets the needs of a broad community of users.
ThmIndxr(tm) automatically writes all of the HTML code required for building a Web page, and creates the thumbnail images that are a key part of building a page that will load quickly. The pages it builds are compatible with any hosting solution: Whether you use a free service such as GeoCities or MSN, or have your own Web site, displaying your image collections is a simple task: After running ThmIndxr(tm), just load the HTML file, the thumbnail directories, and your original images onto your server. After doing so, you can immediately either publish the URL where you installed your new pages, or provide link(s) from your existing pages: As soon as the pages ThmIndxr(tm) creates are loaded onto the server, they are "ready to go."
ThmIndxr(tm) is not "as is" software, but is guaranteed to perform as described in its manual, and in the online documentation.
The next release of ThmIndxr(tm) is planned for July 2003, and will include creation of slide show pages, creation of intermediate-size images for high-resolution originals (an important feature if you're working with a 3+ megapixel digital camera), and support for arbitrary caption text. Due to the substantial work involved in updating ThmIndxr(tm) and its utilities, the new release will also be accompanied by a registration fee increase from US$49.00 to US$79.00. Registered users will be entitled to a free upgrade wh
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