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  1. #1
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    hey, Does anybody know of a program, a text editor, or something that i can use that would just rename a specific part of an htm file and save it to a new name, and be able to do it multiple times?

    I'm an amateur HTMLer, i've only taken a semester html elective at my high school. Since then i've been running my own site (www.clubjohnny.com - check out calvin and hobbes stuff hah) but the only problem i face is with pictures. I just took roughly 200 pictures from the jazz fest in new orleans and i want to put them on my website. No big deal. The problem is that writing html for every single picture is killing me. I have made templates but i still have to rename the actual picture in every htm file.

    like this...

    <center><img src="jazzfest_001.jpg"></center>

    If I only wanted that single picture in that htm file, but wanted another 199 htm files for the other 199 pictures I would have to manually rename every file after the first to "jazzfest_002.jpg" save it as an .htm, "jazzfest_003.jpg" save it as an .htm, ... etc

    something that is so simple can end up taking a VERY long time. I just downloaded "boxer text editor" but i don't know how to use it yet.

    Does anybody know of a program, a text editor, or something that i can use that would just rename a specific part of an htm file and save it to a new name? I know photoshop can do somehting like that automaticaly, but i hate that layout. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. :]

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    http://home.hccnet.nl/s.j.francke/yopow/yopow.htm

    "YoPoW provides an easy to use step-by-step interface that lets you create a Web Album from your image collection(s).

    Simply select the folder that contains the images you want to publish or browse through your computer and select them individually.

    The used images are stored in a different folder, so your original images are not altered at all.

    YoPoW renders the album pages, thumbnails including various effects, after specifying layout, fonts, font-sizes, font-colors, borders, border-colors, colors, titles, descriptions, navigation buttons and much more.

    No need of learning difficult template languages. Select the colors, fonts, sizes and so on and YoPoW generates the code for you.

    YoPoW features a preview of the thumbnails and your Web Album and allows you to view the HTML output, as well as the CSS code.

    It's possible to upload your album files with the built-in FTP client."


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    thanks for the help, i've just downloaded and will be testing it shortly. Looks like this will be making my life a little easier. thanks again :]


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