Documentation: Table of Contents

  1. Product Overview

    Web Photos Pro
        Who Is This Product For?
        What Can This Product Do For Me?

    Web Photos Pro Server Edition
        About Web Photos Pro Server Edition
        Documentation

  2. Documentation Images
    All Documentation Images

  3. Quick Start
    Mac OSX
    Windows XP/2000

  4. Installation
    Mac OSX
    Windows XP/2000
    Web Photos Pro Server Edition

  5. List of Albums Window
    Overview
    New Album
    Open An Album
    Entering Album Information
    Album Filtering
    Reordering Albums
    Upload A Single Album
    Upload All Albums
    Save Album To Disk
    Menus
    Preferences
    Tips and Tricks

  6. Photo Workspaces
    Overview
    Menu Items

  7. Photo Album Window
    Overview
    Opening A Photo Album
    Show/Hide Album Info
    Photo Display Options
    Adding Photos
    Deleting Photos
    Reordering Photos
    Adding and Changing Photo Info
    Including Photos For Upload
    Synchronizing New And Deleted Photos
    Other Functions
    Limitations
    Menus
    Preferences

  8. Fullsize Image Window
    Overview
    Menus
    Preferences

  9. Search
    Overview
    Performing A Search
    Search Results
    Limitations
    Menus

  10. Skins
    Overview
    The Built-in Skins
        Gallery Skin
        Album Skin
        Image Skin
    Create Your Own Skins

  11. Working With iPhoto
    Overview
    Connecting To iPhoto
    Refreshing Your iPhoto-Based Albums and Photos
    Adding and Deleting iPhoto-Based Albums
    Adding and Deleting Photos
    Reordering Photos In An Album
    Reordering Albums In A Gallery
    Tips and Tricks

  12. Preferences
    General
    Web Galleries
        FTP Settings Tutorial
    Images
    HTML
        HTML: Gallery
        HTML: Album
        HTML: Image
    Groups
    GeoInfo
    PhotoRSS
    iPhoto

  13. How Do I?
    Create A New Album
    Delete An Album
    Add Photos To An Album
    Remove Photos From An Album
    Reorder Photos In An Album
    Reorder Albums In A Web Gallery
    Upload An Album To The Web
    Search
    Make An Album Private
    Install Web Photos Pro Server Edition
    Customize How My Albums Look On The Web
    Rename An Album After I’ve Uploaded It To The Web

  14. FAQs
    Why would I use Web Photos Pro if I already use iPhoto, Picasa, etc.?
    Do I need to install Web Photos Pro Server Edition?
    I get a fatal error after installing Web Photos Pro Server Edition…
    Can I display my photo’s EXIF data?
    I can’t seem to reorder my photos or albums.
    Can I save an album to disk and have it use local paths?
    What files does Web Photos Pro create on my computer?
    How does Web Photos Pro handle foreign characters such as ümlaut or çedilla?
    How do I make an album private?
    Why are the ftp settings so hard to get right?
    How do I get title and description information from iPhoto?
    Why don’t you use iPhoto’s thumbnails?
    Is there a Wordpress plug-in available?

  15. Wordpress Plug-in

    Overview
    Installation
    Usage

  16. Web Photos Pro Server Edition

    Overview
    Licensing
    Installation
    Administration
    Usage
    Calling Directly (without using the templating engine)



4 Comments »

  1. Where is the pdf version of User’s Guide which I could download to my computer and use off-line?

    Comment by Rob — April 3, 2005 @ 12:59 am

  2. Good suggestion. I’m working on a revision of the docs and will look at providing a PDF version too.

    Comment by Frank Leahy — April 3, 2005 @ 1:16 am

  3. I’d like to add some meta instructions into the head of my album page (to force the refresh that means that users don’t always see the latest version). Can’t find a way to this without hand modifying your page (which then gets stomped on next time I upload).

    Thanks

    Comment by Kit Doan — September 17, 2005 @ 3:49 pm

  4. I wouldn’t recommend using a <meta-refresh> tag. I don’t know about you, but I find them really annoying.

    Let’s think about this logically for a minute. How often do you update your pages? Let’s say you update them once a week. Then you add a <meta-refresh> tag that refreshes every 5 minutes…that’s a lot of refreshes on the off-chance that someone happens to be looking at one of your changed pages when you make an update.

    Just my $0.02.

    On the other hand, if you really really really want to add a <meta-refresh> tag, you can specify an override skin. It’s pretty easy…check out http://www.webphotospro.com/articles/designing-a-custom-skin/#create.

    Regards,
    – Frank

    Comment by Frank Leahy — September 17, 2005 @ 6:23 pm

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