How long do photo's last?

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Ian
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How long do photo's last?

Ian
All my listings are 30 day BIN or best offer, worldwide. which are set to automatically relist if not sold, via turbolister.

Will these galleries work for me?
Ian
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Ian
duh! OK, worked out I can keep my galleries indefinately, which is great.

Interested in the pro version. Do you have a link to a listing that is using the embedded gallerie? thanks
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Ian
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Hi emid, thanks for your reply, this is really close to what Im looking for:)

Using the pro package is there a method of putting the photo's 3 in a row, as I have done on this listing, it means viewers dont have to scroll right down the page.

You can reply via my email if you wish.
example

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300622141942&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT#ht_1317wt_1185
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JPEGbay
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Not so easily. First of all the images are usually too big to put them one next to another.
But you can try to do it. Don't use the html code for the whole gallery
because it enforces that images are one above another.
Instead go to "Pictures in gallery", select all pictures and take their html code (on the left).
This code should allow images to be next to each other.

ps. I don't have your email - it's Nabble - an external forum, and I don't have access to emails.
You can however write me: info@jpegbay.com
ian
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ian
thanks, I'll have a play. What I want to do would only work if I could change the size of the pictures to the same or similar size as those in my example. Is this doable? or am I creating too much work for myself? Ian
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JPEGbay
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Again - not automatically. At least not yet, because we have plans to add mid-size images too.

So in order to do it manually:
Jpegbay gives you codes which contain something like this:
<img src="http://...jpegbay.com/...image.jpg">
You would have to add width and/or height attributes like so:
<img src="http://...jpegbay.com/...image.jpg" width=400 height=300>

Then the images would be 400x300 in size which is something you want to achieve.
ian
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ian
Is there a method of uploading all my pix to jpegbay? then create individaul galleries from those.?

The Problem I have is when I pick the photos from my computer i am having to search through them all displayed in a single scrolling line (Not sure that makes sense:) )
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JPEGbay
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ian wrote
Is there a method of uploading all my pix to jpegbay? then create individaul galleries from those.?
Not really. You can upload one gallery at a time.

ian wrote
The Problem I have is when I pick the photos from my computer i am having to search through them all displayed in a single scrolling line (Not sure that makes sense:) )
I'm not sure. You mean in the window where you select photos from disk?
Ian
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Ian
I'm not sure. You mean in the window where you select photos from disk?

Yes, its really frustrating, there is no box to expand to full screen, any ideas. Your help is really appreciated. Ian
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JPEGbay
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Ian wrote
Yes, its really frustrating, there is no box to expand to full screen, any ideas. Your help is really appreciated. Ian
Well, it's not "our" window - in a sense that we do not have any control over its size etc.
It belongs to Windows.

But it should be possible to resize it - click its bottom-right corner and drag it - the window
should resize.