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  • GMX lofty282
    Hi Lloyd, Yes, that s exactly the action that I want to do. I already have a very nice template. I will compare your html and maybe I can work out how to
    Message 1 of 18 , Jul 12, 2003
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      Hi Lloyd,

      Yes, that's exactly the action that I want to do. I already have a very nice template. I will compare your html and maybe I can work out how to apply it to my template html.

      Thanks for your response.

      Alex
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: lloyd2
      To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2003 3:06 PM
      Subject: Re: [NH] Inserting Images


      Hi

      I have been following this thread for a while. If you look at
      http://lloyd2.home.mindspring.com/thumb.html
      you can decide if that is what you want to do. If so, just right click and
      choose "view source" to see how I did it. There is nothing fancy just html.

      I used another, easier I thought, method to make this:
      http://lloyd2.home.mindspring.com/jasindex.html
      For the album and large pictures I used Easy Imager. It is a new program
      Eric has built to try some of the new stuff he is putting into NoteTab Pro
      5.0. You can view what I did with "view source" there.

      Lloyd
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      >Hi Don,
      >
      >I have done as you explained. In fact I just clicked where it says Image
      >in the HTML menue in NoteTab. It uploaded the pic OK but with problems.
      >When I uploaded it to the web the


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    • GMX lofty282
      Oh dear, Let me first of all say that there will be no porno at GlamourworldCentral.com when the site is finished .Neither will there be any popups to those
      Message 2 of 18 , Jul 12, 2003
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        Oh dear,

        Let me first of all say that there will be no porno at GlamourworldCentral.com when the site is finished .Neither will there be any popups to those type of sites. It is simply a glamour site for those interested in Glamour, models and clothes. The site is twofold. First to those interested in downloading wallpapers connected to serious models like Ana Claudia Michels, Gisele Bundchen and the like. All wallpapers will be offered FREE to those interested.

        The commercial part of the site will be those who do the photo manipulation. Those who are experts in Photoshop and PSP. Those interested in creating their own websites when I will be offering Web Serving at realistic prices without Bandwidth restrictions etc.

        My messages to the group is simply to seek help with the html problems I am facing being new to html having used software in the past but experiencing bandwidth problems.

        The content of the site really has nothing to do with the group anyway. Simply help with html to accomplish what I am trying to achieve.

        I hope this answers your question and fears.

        Alex
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: Lewlinkous@...
        To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2003 4:59 PM
        Subject: Re: [NH] Inserting Images


        In a message dated 7/11/2003 2:59:09 PM Central Daylight Time,
        lofty282@... writes:
        > GlamourModelsCentral
        >
        >
        Is this an illustration of coding or a sneaky way to introduce porno on this
        list?
        Don't mean to be prudish!
        However, I opened an innocent looking email some time ago and I still receive
        unsolicited email from porno sites.
        Don't want it.


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      • hsavage
        ... documenmts folder into a page of thumprints which has been created for me by a friend. What I mean is that I have an html web page with 24 spaces in which
        Message 3 of 18 , Jul 12, 2003
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          GMX lofty282 wrote:

          > Hello,
          >
          > I am new to Notepad and indeed HTML.
          >
          > Can someone tell me how to use notepad to insert an Image from my
          documenmts folder into a page of thumprints which has been created for
          me by a friend. What I mean is that I have an html web page with 24
          spaces in which to insert the thumbprint and then I would wish to link
          each thumb to the page containing the full enlarged photo.
          >
          > Alex

          Alex,

          After following this thread I've come to the conclusion you should
          consider download software from the following links. If you are doing
          many albums or frequently updating them you may consider purchasing one
          or both packages.

          Free program, Easy Thumbnails
          http://www.fookes.com/ezthumbs/

          Trial software, Album Express
          http://www.fookes.com/album/index.php

          Trial software, Easy Imager
          http://www.fookes.com/ezimager/index.php

          If you download Album Express or Easy Imager, or, both there is a
          usergroup list for each. Worthwhile just to ask questions when the need
          arises. I don't have the subscription addresses available but many on
          the list would probably furnish them.

          The job you have is a big one, especially if you're a novice in HTML.
          Don't misunderstand, I'm by no means an expert.

          The thumbnails on the index(thum.html) should actually be thumbnails or
          loading time will be increased. The size perspective between the thumbs
          and the full size photos should be maintained.

          It's difficult to load a 640x480 or a 1024x768 photo into a 50x50 square
          without vertically elongating and distorting it and if you're dealing
          with models chances are you'll run into portrait mode photos and they
          will be elongated horizontally.

          60x45 for a landscape photo fits nicely although sizes in that range are
          pretty small and sometimes hard to distinguish one from another.

          One of the trial softwares above would do about 95% of the work
          pertaining to creating an album, or, several albums, and it appears
          you'll need at least one album per Gallery.

          In the end you'll have to compensate for the differences between your
          thum.html and the index.html created by the album software. I think
          that would be a great deal less work than the current course.

          hrs
        • loro
          Hi Alex, ... Well, as a starting point, Notetab can insert the image tags with their width and height attributes for you as well as create links. For this to
          Message 4 of 18 , Jul 12, 2003
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            Hi Alex,

            >I am new to Notepad and indeed HTML.
            >
            >Can someone tell me how to use notepad to insert an Image from my
            >documenmts folder into a page of thumprints which has been created for me
            >by a friend.

            Well, as a starting point, Notetab can insert the image tags with their
            width and height attributes for you as well as create links.

            For this to work as indented you should create a folder for your site stuff
            and keep the files in the same order as they will be in on the server.
            Notatab will insert relative paths. This way things will work both on your
            HD and on the server. You don't want paths beginning on "file:///C:/...".
            They'll only work on your machine and nowhere else.

            A common setup is to place the HTML files directly in your main folder and
            images in a sub folder called 'images' or whatever. It doesn't matter how
            you do it really, as long as you have the same arrangement locally as on
            the server.

            You have a lot of lines like this in your template:
            <TD align="center" width="50" height="50"><IMG src="Gallery
            1_files/alex.gif" width="50" height="50"></TD>

            I assume that you want to replace those placeholder img tags with the real
            ones. To do that delete the first img tag and put your cursor in its place.
            Then go to the Document menu and click on "Insert HTML Link/Image". An
            "Open File" dialog will pop up. Browse to the image you want to insert and
            click OK. That's it - the img tag should now be in place.

            Next step is to make the image link to the the page that contains the big
            version of the image (provided you already have created that page of
            course). You use the same menu command but this time you highlight the
            image tag you just inserted first. Browse to the HTML file you want to link
            to and clickety-click you've made a link.

            Lets say the thumbnail is called dog_thumb.jpg and the page with the big
            picture is called dog.html and you have arranged the files as in my example
            above. Then the code should look something like this now:

            <TD align="center" width="50" height="50">

            <a href="dog.html">
            <img src="images/dog_thumb.dog"
            width="50" height="50"
            alt="Change this text to something more meaningful">
            </a>

            </TD>

            That's it. You can also do this by dragging files from the Quick List
            window. That's the one that is toggled on and off if you hit the F6 key.
            You can read in the help file about how to make it show the files you want.
            It's under
            Reference Information | Tools | Quick list.
            I think this method is faster so you may want to check it out.


            Lotta
          • GMX lofty282
            Hello Loro, Thank you for taking the time to answer my problem in detail. I have done as you suggested but am still having problems. The first part went great
            Message 5 of 18 , Jul 13, 2003
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              Hello Loro,

              Thank you for taking the time to answer my problem in detail. I have done as you suggested but am still having problems.

              The first part went great and the thumbnail was inserted into the thumb space on the html document. However when I tried to do the link and then viewed my browser the thumb image had been removed and replaced with some html.

              Can you see anything wrong with the selected html which was created automatically by NoteTab:

              <img href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html" border="0" alt="<img src="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/images/michels21.gif" width="50" height="50" border="0" alt="">">

              I have gone to the trouble of renaming all my files so that they are all in lower case. I did have my files for the sight in My Documents but have been advised by my friend to keep all my site material out of my documents. On his suggestion I have clicked My Computer, then the C drive and then created a folder entitled Glamourmodels. Within this folder I have another folder entitled Images. This I think was what you were also suggesting.

              However I notice that NoteTab has automatically created a file path similar to that which you said should be avoided file:///C:/....

              I have downloaded Arles Image Web creater on a trial basis but I still want to try and master this manually. My actual site is not live yet in as much as I am waiting for them to create it having supplied them with the necessary information from my domain.

              I assume that when you say:
              go to the Document menu and click on "Insert HTML Link/Image".

              This on my version of NoteTab is on the html menue and simply says :

              Insert Tags

              The the sub heading is img link.

              I assume this is the correct utility to use as there are others like imbed image but in any case I have tried them all.

              I think I must be really docile or something.

              Alex


              ----- Original Message -----
              From: loro
              To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2003 6:17 AM
              Subject: Re: [NH] Inserting Images


              Hi Alex,

              >I am new to Notepad and indeed HTML.
              >
              >Can someone tell me how to use notepad to insert an Image from my
              >documenmts folder into a page of thumprints which has been created for me
              >by a friend.

              Well, as a starting point, Notetab can insert the image tags with their
              width and height attributes for you as well as create links.

              For this to work as indented you should create a folder for your site stuff
              and keep the files in the same order as they will be in on the server.
              Notatab will insert relative paths. This way things will work both on your
              HD and on the server. You don't want paths beginning on "file:///C:/...".
              They'll only work on your machine and nowhere else.

              A common setup is to place the HTML files directly in your main folder and
              images in a sub folder called 'images' or whatever. It doesn't matter how
              you do it really, as long as you have the same arrangement locally as on
              the server.

              You have a lot of lines like this in your template:
              <TD align="center" width="50" height="50"><IMG src="Gallery
              1_files/alex.gif" width="50" height="50"></TD>

              I assume that you want to replace those placeholder img tags with the real
              ones. To do that delete the first img tag and put your cursor in its place.
              Then go to the Document menu and click on "Insert HTML Link/Image". An
              "Open File" dialog will pop up. Browse to the image you want to insert and
              click OK. That's it - the img tag should now be in place.

              Next step is to make the image link to the the page that contains the big
              version of the image (provided you already have created that page of
              course). You use the same menu command but this time you highlight the
              image tag you just inserted first. Browse to the HTML file you want to link
              to and clickety-click you've made a link.

              Lets say the thumbnail is called dog_thumb.jpg and the page with the big
              picture is called dog.html and you have arranged the files as in my example
              above. Then the code should look something like this now:

              <TD align="center" width="50" height="50">

              <a href="dog.html">
              <img src="images/dog_thumb.dog"
              width="50" height="50"
              alt="Change this text to something more meaningful">
              </a>

              </TD>

              That's it. You can also do this by dragging files from the Quick List
              window. That's the one that is toggled on and off if you hit the F6 key.
              You can read in the help file about how to make it show the files you want.
              It's under
              Reference Information | Tools | Quick list.
              I think this method is faster so you may want to check it out.


              Lotta


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            • lloyd2
              Hi Alex, Lotta is much more experienced at this than I so I am sure you will want to be able to do things as she suggests. When I started building that web
              Message 6 of 18 , Jul 13, 2003
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                Hi Alex,

                Lotta is much more experienced at this than I so I am sure you will want to
                be able to do things as she suggests. When I started building that web page
                you were looking at of mine, that is how I started. I had nothing but
                problems, all my fault, but found it easier to place all the code and
                pictures in the same folder to begin with. That made the programming much
                easier. I figured I could place them in separate folders and change the
                code to match after I made it work.


                <P><TABLE BORDER=3 WIDTH=750 HEIGHT=450>
                <TR>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale1.jpg"><IMG SRC="t1.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale2.jpg"><IMG SRC="t2.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale3.jpg"><IMG SRC="t3.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale4.jpg"><IMG SRC="t4.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale5.jpg"><IMG SRC="t5.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                </TR>

                <TR>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale6.jpg"><IMG SRC="t6.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale7.jpg"><IMG SRC="t7.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale8.jpg"><IMG SRC="t8.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale9.jpg"><IMG SRC="t9.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                <TD><A HREF="tamale10.jpg"><IMG SRC="t10.gif" WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=98></A></TD>
                </TR>

                You will notice that by keeping everything in the same folder, no paths
                have to be listed. Notice, first I set up my table border, width and
                height. Then I placed each row between "<tr> and </tr>" each picture
                between "<td> and </td>. Then I repeated it for the next row.

                I made the large pictures ".jpg's" and the thumbnails ".gif's". That was
                just for my benefit, to keep things straight in my head as I was setting it
                up. I don't remember how your template is but this is very simple to make.

                Lloyd
                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                >Can you see anything wrong with the selected html which was created
                >automatically by NoteTab:
              • calamityjanenow
                Hi Alex, I think the reason you are seeing file:///C:/.... in your document is that you have not saved the page you are working on in the glamourmodelscentral
                Message 7 of 18 , Jul 13, 2003
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                  Hi Alex,
                  I think the reason you are seeing file:///C:/.... in your document is
                  that you have not saved the page you are working on in the
                  glamourmodelscentral folder on your computer. Right click on the page
                  tab and choose save as. and it will show you where it is saved, if I
                  am right you can browse to the glamourmodelscentral folder and save it
                  there.
                  You have inserted the image into the link alt description, notetab
                  will use highlighted text as the link alt. May work better to put the
                  link in first, then put the image before the </a>. Instead of

                  <img href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html"
                  border="0" alt="<img
                  src="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/images/michels21.gif" width="50"
                  height="50" border="0" alt="">">

                  you should have

                  <a href="glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html" border="0"
                  alt=""><img
                  src="glamourmodelscentral/images/michels21.gif" width="50" height="50"
                  border="0" alt=""></a>

                  Perhaps someone else can say where <img href=" came from, I am at a loss.
                  Karen

                  --- In ntb-html@yahoogroups.com, "GMX lofty282" <lofty282@g...> wrote:
                  > Hello Loro,
                  >

                  > The first part went great and the thumbnail was inserted into the
                  thumb space on the html document. However when I tried to do the link
                  and then viewed my browser the thumb image had been removed and
                  replaced with some html.
                  >
                  > Can you see anything wrong with the selected html which was created
                  automatically by NoteTab:
                  >
                  > <img href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html"
                  border="0" alt="<img
                  src="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/images/michels21.gif" width="50"
                  height="50" border="0" alt="">">
                  >

                  > However I notice that NoteTab has automatically created a file path
                  similar to that which you said should be avoided file:///C:/....


                  >
                  > ----- Original Message -----
                  > From: loro
                  > To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                  > Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2003 6:17 AM
                  > Subject: Re: [NH] Inserting Images
                  >
                  >
                  > Hi Alex,
                  >
                  > >I am new to Notepad and indeed HTML.
                  > >
                  > >Can someone tell me how to use notepad to insert an Image from my
                  > >documenmts folder into a page of thumprints which has been
                  created for me
                  > >by a friend.
                  >
                  > Well, as a starting point, Notetab can insert the image tags with
                  their
                  > width and height attributes for you as well as create links.
                  >
                  > For this to work as indented you should create a folder for your
                  site stuff
                  > and keep the files in the same order as they will be in on the
                  server.
                  > Notatab will insert relative paths. This way things will work both
                  on your
                  > HD and on the server. You don't want paths beginning on
                  "file:///C:/...".
                  > They'll only work on your machine and nowhere else.
                  >
                  > A common setup is to place the HTML files directly in your main
                  folder and
                  > images in a sub folder called 'images' or whatever. It doesn't
                  matter how
                  > you do it really, as long as you have the same arrangement locally
                  as on
                  > the server.
                  >
                  > You have a lot of lines like this in your template:
                  > <TD align="center" width="50" height="50"><IMG src="Gallery
                  > 1_files/alex.gif" width="50" height="50"></TD>
                  >
                  > I assume that you want to replace those placeholder img tags with
                  the real
                  > ones. To do that delete the first img tag and put your cursor in
                  its place.
                  > Then go to the Document menu and click on "Insert HTML
                  Link/Image". An
                  > "Open File" dialog will pop up. Browse to the image you want to
                  insert and
                  > click OK. That's it - the img tag should now be in place.
                  >
                  > Next step is to make the image link to the the page that contains
                  the big
                  > version of the image (provided you already have created that page of
                  > course). You use the same menu command but this time you highlight
                  the
                  > image tag you just inserted first. Browse to the HTML file you
                  want to link
                  > to and clickety-click you've made a link.
                  >
                  > Lets say the thumbnail is called dog_thumb.jpg and the page with
                  the big
                  > picture is called dog.html and you have arranged the files as in
                  my example
                  > above. Then the code should look something like this now:
                  >
                  > <TD align="center" width="50" height="50">
                  >
                  > <a href="dog.html">
                  > <img src="images/dog_thumb.dog"
                  > width="50" height="50"
                  > alt="Change this text to something more meaningful">
                  > </a>
                  >
                  > </TD>
                  >
                  > That's it. You can also do this by dragging files from the Quick List
                  > window. That's the one that is toggled on and off if you hit the
                  F6 key.
                  > You can read in the help file about how to make it show the files
                  you want.
                  > It's under
                  > Reference Information | Tools | Quick list.
                  > I think this method is faster so you may want to check it out.
                  >
                  >
                  > Lotta
                  >
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                • loro
                  ... That looks very peculiar since the tags kind of overlap each other and a tag like doesn t exists. Did you copy-paste that or can it be a typo
                  Message 8 of 18 , Jul 13, 2003
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                    >Can you see anything wrong with the selected html which was created
                    >automatically by NoteTab:
                    >
                    ><img href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html"
                    >border="0" alt="<img
                    >src="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/images/michels21.gif" width="50"
                    >height="50" border="0" alt="">">

                    That looks very peculiar since the tags kind of overlap each other and a
                    tag like <img href=""> doesn't exists. Did you copy-paste that or can it be
                    a typo in there? Or maybe you accidently dragged stuff around in Notetab?

                    >I have gone to the trouble of renaming all my files so that they are all
                    >in lower case. I did have my files for the sight in My Documents but have
                    >been advised by my friend to keep all my site material out of my
                    >documents. On his suggestion I have clicked My Computer, then the C drive
                    >and then created a folder entitled Glamourmodels. Within this folder I
                    >have another folder entitled Images. This I think was what you were also
                    >suggesting.

                    Nah, you can have your site stuff in My Documents or on the desk top or
                    wherever you want. As long as you keep it all in its own folder and the
                    structure within that folder is the same as it will be on the server. Links
                    won't be the same otherwise. If you take a look at the funny tags above you
                    have href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html
                    That means the page you are linking to is 4 folders up from the one you are
                    linking from (each ../ goes one step up). If that's how you want it it's
                    fine but you have to keep it that way on the server too.

                    >I have downloaded Arles Image Web creater on a trial basis but I still
                    >want to try and master this manually.

                    I got the feeling that was what you wanted. ;-) It fun and you'll soon get
                    the hang of it. As lloyd said, it's maybe easier to keep everything in one
                    single folder and practice a little until you get the hang of how Notetab
                    works and how the tags should look. Make a few pages with just an image and
                    a link in it. You don't need all the table stuff for it to work. That's
                    just for layout. Start with a bare skeleton like this:

                    <html>

                    <head>
                    <title></title>
                    </head>
                    <body>

                    <!-- STUFF GOES HERE -->

                    </body>
                    </html>

                    >I assume that when you say:
                    >go to the Document menu and click on "Insert HTML Link/Image".
                    >
                    >This on my version of NoteTab is on the html menue and simply says :
                    >
                    >Insert Tags
                    >The the sub heading is img link.

                    I've never seen anything like this. What version of Notetab do you have?
                    Mysteries, mysteries!

                    Lotta
                  • GMX lofty282
                    Hi Lotta, Just a quickie for now to confirm that I have NoteTab version 4.95 Trial. Bit busy at the moment. I did however have a go with the Arles Image
                    Message 9 of 18 , Jul 14, 2003
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                      Hi Lotta,

                      Just a quickie for now to confirm that I have NoteTab version 4.95 Trial.

                      Bit busy at the moment. I did however have a go with the Arles Image creater and then looked at the html after creating the album. Strangely enough it did not show this at all .../.../.../.../ in the html.

                      More later,

                      Alex
                      ----- Original Message -----
                      From: loro
                      To: ntb-html@yahoogroups.com
                      Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2003 10:29 PM
                      Subject: Re: [NH] Inserting Images



                      >Can you see anything wrong with the selected html which was created
                      >automatically by NoteTab:
                      >
                      ><img href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html"
                      >border="0" alt="<img
                      >src="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/images/michels21.gif" width="50"
                      >height="50" border="0" alt="">">

                      That looks very peculiar since the tags kind of overlap each other and a
                      tag like <img href=""> doesn't exists. Did you copy-paste that or can it be
                      a typo in there? Or maybe you accidently dragged stuff around in Notetab?

                      >I have gone to the trouble of renaming all my files so that they are all
                      >in lower case. I did have my files for the sight in My Documents but have
                      >been advised by my friend to keep all my site material out of my
                      >documents. On his suggestion I have clicked My Computer, then the C drive
                      >and then created a folder entitled Glamourmodels. Within this folder I
                      >have another folder entitled Images. This I think was what you were also
                      >suggesting.

                      Nah, you can have your site stuff in My Documents or on the desk top or
                      wherever you want. As long as you keep it all in its own folder and the
                      structure within that folder is the same as it will be on the server. Links
                      won't be the same otherwise. If you take a look at the funny tags above you
                      have href="../../../../glamourmodelscentral/page001michels21.html
                      That means the page you are linking to is 4 folders up from the one you are
                      linking from (each ../ goes one step up). If that's how you want it it's
                      fine but you have to keep it that way on the server too.

                      >I have downloaded Arles Image Web creater on a trial basis but I still
                      >want to try and master this manually.

                      I got the feeling that was what you wanted. ;-) It fun and you'll soon get
                      the hang of it. As lloyd said, it's maybe easier to keep everything in one
                      single folder and practice a little until you get the hang of how Notetab
                      works and how the tags should look. Make a few pages with just an image and
                      a link in it. You don't need all the table stuff for it to work. That's
                      just for layout. Start with a bare skeleton like this:

                      <html>

                      <head>
                      <title></title>
                      </head>
                      <body>

                      <!-- STUFF GOES HERE -->

                      </body>
                      </html>

                      >I assume that when you say:
                      >go to the Document menu and click on "Insert HTML Link/Image".
                      >
                      >This on my version of NoteTab is on the html menue and simply says :
                      >
                      >Insert Tags
                      >The the sub heading is img link.

                      I've never seen anything like this. What version of Notetab do you have?
                      Mysteries, mysteries!

                      Lotta



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