Anybody Using jAlbum?

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rapick Veteran Member • Posts: 5,148
Re: Anybody Using jAlbum?

RSColo wrote:

rapick wrote:

RSColo wrote:


Thanks for the input. Your site looks good. I'm jealous of all your travels. Did you find the SW easy to use? In particular, how easy is it to add images when you get back from a trip? Do you just through them into a folder, run the program, and then add captions? Updating is my biggest issue. I guess I'm just too lazy?


I had a look at the work in your website, and it looks really great - your Rockies Pano are inspiring!

In Jalbum you can add images to an existing album of yours, and upload the changes, or create a new album each time. The choice simply depends on how you want to organize your website. Adding, deleting, changing images and editing captions is really easy.

Each time you create a new album, a 'project' is created and stored in your PC, and you can edit it at any time through the intuitive Jalbum UI. Then you can review off-line and choose whether or not to update the online version. Easy and intuitive even for myself, an old guy with absolutely no knowledge of programming, web languages, flash, etc.

I remember you can download a trial. And from my experience with Jalbum, their customer care service is very, very good. Swedish Quality!

I'm confused about structure. Is each project/album a Web page or a whole site? How are Web pages linked in jAlbum?

Not a whole site, of course. I suppose a single page or a set of pages linked in a tree structure. As I told before I am quite ignorant about building websites. You may want to ask the Jalbum Q&A.

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