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  • John Zeman
    ... in a ... up in ... the ... each ... border= ^?{&Border ... I m sure a little creative thinking could resolve the second of your questions, however I ve
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 11, 2005
      --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "casullian_454"
      <casullian_454@y...> wrote:
      >
      > I use following clip to insert a image into a web page. Images are
      in a
      > subdirectory called images. Is there a way for the wizard to open
      up in
      > the image directory instead of directory that the web page is in?
      >
      > Also is it possible to tag several images and have them listed in
      the
      > web page one after the other, instead of having to open wizard for
      each
      > image?
      >
      > H="Img Link"
      > ^!InsertWizardHtml <img ^?{(T=T;F="Image
      > Files|*.gif;*.png;*.jpg;*.jpeg")&Image file name}
      border="^?{&Border
      > (transitional)=_0|1|2|3|4|5}" align="^?{&Align (transitional)
      > =bottom|left|middle|right|top}" hspace="^?{&Horizontal space
      > (transitional)}" vspace="^?{&Vertical space (transitional)}" alt="^?
      > {Image text &description=^&}">
      >
      > Thanks in advance Cas


      I'm sure a little creative thinking could resolve the second of your
      questions, however I've never had a need for batch image insertions
      so I've never tackled that problem.

      But I have resolved the first of your questions. The following clip
      inserts an image into a file like the menu command DOCUMENT/INSERT
      HTML link image command, except that this one "remembers" the last
      folder you last went to, to insert an image into a web page.

      As always, be aware of yahoo inserted line breaks, I've double spaced
      each line.

      John

      ; begin clip---------------

      ^!ProgIniSave

      ^!ProgIniLoad

      ^!Set %FILE%=^?{(T=O; C=L; F="Image Files|*.bmp;*.
      gif;*.jpg;*.jpeg;*.png")Get Image=^$GetValue("John
      Zeman:LastImageLoc")$}

      ; WRITE THE CURRENT IMAGE LOCATION TO THE INI FILE

      ^!SaveValue JohnZeman:LastImageLoc=^$GetPath(^%FILE%)$

      ; CONVERT TO RELATIVE LOCATION

      ^!Set %REL%=^$GetRelativeName(^%FILE%;^**)$

      ^!Set %REL%=^$StrReplace("\";"/";"^%REL%";0;0)$

      ^!Set %REL%=^$StrReplace("^%SPACE%";"%20";"^%REL%";0;0)$

      ; GET IMAGE FILE NAME ONLY

      ^!Set %RELNAME%=^$StrSentenceCase("^$GetName(^%FILE%)$")$

      ; INSERT THE CODE

      ^!InsertHtml <img src="^%REL%" width="^$GetImgWidth(^%FILE%)$"
      height="^$GetImgHeight(^%FILE%)$" alt="^%RELNAME%">

      ; FIND AND HIGHLIGHT ALT TAG FILE NAME

      ^!Find "^%RELNAME%" TBHS
    • Jody
      Hi Cas, ... There is a way now to do a whole directory, but not from a checkbox wizard. I might have the time to build/modify a Clip to do that later today.
      Message 2 of 5 , Apr 12, 2005
        Hi Cas,

        > Also is it possible to tag several images and have them listed
        > in the web page one after the other, instead of having to open
        > wizard for each image?

        There is a way now to do a whole directory, but not from a
        checkbox wizard. I might have the time to build/modify a Clip to
        do that later today. For now, if you want it done right away, go
        to the Utilities Library and under the "Internet" section look
        for a Clip called "Images to HTML." Click on it and then browse
        to the directory the images are in and set the other options in
        the wizard to your desire. Click on OK. Do the second popup as
        well. Open a new document and set it as Paste Board.

        Switch back the page with the image files. Select and copy any of
        the code you want above the images. Next move your mouse pointer
        to the left of the image tags (in the gutter area) so that it
        changes shape/symbol. When you have it there (next to an image)
        you want to use click once so that the line becomes selected and
        press Ctrl+C to Copy to the Clipboard/Paste Board. Repeat that
        for each image you want to use and then any of the remaining
        source code you desire to use if any. You can do ranges of the
        image line by holding down the Ctrl key while dragging you mouse
        pointer till all the image tags you want to Copy and then do so.

        I'll look in my DirStuff and see if I have a Clip to modify to
        make a checkbox wizard with the image files listed, or modify the
        existing "Images to HTML" Clip. ...if I can find some time or
        maybe somebody else will get to it first for you.

        Happy Clip'n!
        Jody

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      • Jody
        Hi Cas, ... I forgot to mention that our Easy Imager program will let you choose images to make thumbnails link to the large picture and you can choose which
        Message 3 of 5 , Apr 12, 2005
          Hi Cas,

          >I use following clip to insert a image into a web page. Images
          >are in a subdirectory called images. Is there a way for the
          >wizard to open up in the image directory instead of directory
          >that the web page is in?
          >
          >Also is it possible to tag several images and have them listed in
          >the web page one after the other, instead of having to open
          >wizard for each image?

          I forgot to mention that our Easy Imager program will let you
          choose images to make thumbnails link to the large picture and
          you can choose which ones you want by clicking on their thumbnail
          view and holding down the Ctrl key while choosing which ones you
          want. It makes really nice photo albums (using CSS so you can
          edit how they look). You can also just take the code from the
          http tags to use elsewhere of course like perhaps on the project
          you are working on now. The Zoomifyer albums which are really
          cool and screen savers (I have one of all last soccer season of
          my son and his team for instance.;-) !!! (Help | Create Zoomifyer
          albums) Check it out via http://www.fookes.us/redir and snatch a
          deliciou$ cookie along the way for me to put a $mile on my face;
          it's my affiliate redirect. ;)

          bcnu,
          jody

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        • Adrian/ Rosemary Worsfold
          Use a program Image to HTML with this: ^!Toolbar New Document ^!FocusDoc ^!Menu Document/Use as Paste Board ^!Shell c:progra~1 smallu~1 imgtoh~1 img2html.exe
          Message 4 of 5 , Apr 12, 2005
            Use a program Image to HTML with this:

            ^!Toolbar New Document
            ^!FocusDoc
            ^!Menu Document/Use as Paste Board
            ^!Shell c:progra~1\smallu~1\imgtoh~1\img2html.exe

            Adrian Worsfold

            http://www.pluralist.co.uk
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