3527Re: [NH] New here
- Jan 5, 2003Hi Andrea,
>I was wondering if NoteTab is something I have to download asNoteTab does not edit images at all. NoteTab is a text and HTML
>well to be able to convert the thumbnails for my web site. I do
>alittle HTML. I am learning as I am going along to making my web
editor. You can use any text editor to write HTML code. However,
I suggest you use NoteTab. :-) There are a freeware and shareware
versions. (www.notetab.com). The Pro version is best for HTML,
but the free Light version works fine; it just doesn't have the
bells and whistles (recommended;) that NoteTab Pro has. I'm not
sure what all still works below, but some of it will help you
with NoteTab and HTML.
Basic HTML, a short guide on how to use NoteTab to create a web page:
Joe Batra's Pagetutor, a great tutorial for getting started and beyond:
You can get NoteTab Light and a Trial version of our NoteTab Pro here:
At Jim (Jimbow) Hall's site
A handy little HTML Tutorial: http://jimbow.com/
Working with Outlines and HTML
Open a text document or Outline and try this:
Click on Help | NoteTab's Glossary
Click on Modify | Document to HTML | No Character Conversion.
Click on View in Browser. ;)
Some of the Clips in my Outline Library below may have some
problems with "difficult" Outlines with some of the more advanced
[links], but for everyday run of the mill Outlines they work OK.
In Help, please read the following:
Create Web Pages
Clip Language - Introduction
Clip Language - HTML Processing
Clip Language - Clip Wizard and Fields
My affiliates pages if you decide to order Pro or Std. Please
consider the loaded CD-Rom:
See the Comparison Chart in Help before you order if you decide to.
>> > I just recently signed up and new here. I also recentlywww.notetab.net, www.clean-funnies.com
>> > downloaded the Easy Thumbnails program and I was wondering if
>> > there was a way I can put the thumbnails into a website.
>> You need to know HTML to do what you want via NoteTab which I
>> gather is to make a website with thumbnails to click on to open
>> the larger picture. The code to do something like that would
>> be similar to the following. You can drag/drop images from
>> NoteTab's Quick List in the Disk Files view (press F6 and then
>> right click over the larger portion of the window that pops up
>> choosing Disk Files) to aid you with it. Use the image file
>> type you use such as *.jpg in the combobox at the top of the
>> Quick List so that that file type will be seen when you browser
>> to the folder. (Read Help about the Quick List for more details
>> on that.)
>> <a href="kim-alexus-after.html"><img src="../images/doreen-alexus-
>newborn.jpg" width="457" height="599" border="0" alt="Click to
>display next picture"></a>
>> If you don't want to go through all that, you might want to try
>> out our Album Express, it's shareware.
Happy HTML'n and Tab'n!
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