Quickie Photos to Web 1.1, an application from LAJ Design for quickly transferring pictures to HTML formatted Web pages, has been updated to version 1.1.
Quickie creates an index page (with thumbnails for all the images), but also HTML pages for all of the images. Quickie provides the ability to import JPEG, GIF, BMP, PICT, QIF, RGB, SGI, Targa, Tiff, or PNP pictures. It has options for the height, border and alignment for thumbnails.
You can use Quickie to preview the picture’s thumbnail (at size) while entering a description for that picture. There’s a common header or footer text area that allows for text above or below the photo table for each page. You can format the font, size, and alignment for the picture description, header line and the footer line. There’s border size selection for the table, thumbnail or images. Quickie lets you specify HTML page properties such as background image, colors for text and link, and meta tags. And there’s a navigation Bar for rearranging the pictures to the desired order or remove unwanted pictures.
Version 1.1 adds the ability to create just thumbnails of the images, according to
MacTech magazine. It also adds the option to choose among seven different navigation arrows.
There is a 45-day demo that can be unlocked at anytime by
registering. For unregistered copies the days remaining is shown in the about window and on the splash screen at startup.
Quickie Photos to Web 1.1 requires a Power Mac G3 or G4 running Mac OS version 8.0 or higher (there’s a Mac OS X version) with QuickTime (with the still image module). In addition, the computer must have at least 32MB of RAM. No word on a Mac OS X version.