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Now for the fun stuff, loading the images. There are a couple different ways of doing this.
One is to click on the link at the bottom of the page that says "Attach", which will let you browse and upload a file in the usual format.
Another is to do a batch upload. Information on how to do that via a shell script is at http://smilax.org/9. For reference, here's syntax:
curl -F filestuff=@/tmp/mypicture.jpg https://username:firstname.lastname@example.org/48.upload
So for example, if Elonka was uploading a file named kryptos17.bmp from her computer to page 48 in this database (and if it was a Unix machine, and if it had curl loaded on it), she'd use:
curl -F filestuff=@/kryptos17.bmp https://elonka:email@example.com/48.upload
There's also a rumor that FTP will work, by connecting via Anonymous Login to wiki.yak.net -- Sorry, the rumor is wrong, but it is something I'd like to add -- Strick 2005-01-29
Once all the images are uploaded and attached to the page, you can then format them into what's called "Gallery View".
[Image size: *XS* Small Medium Large ]
The code to do the above looks like this:
/gallery( /imagefile 19+Togo1.jpg Togo / C /imagefile 19+Togo2.jpg Togo / Ies /imagefile 19+C1.jpg C / Ies /imagefile 19+C2.jpg C / Togo /imagefile 19+Ies.jpg Ies / C /imagefile 19+Nevozmozhno2.jpg Nevozmozhno / Togo /imagefile 19+Nevozmozhno1.jpg Nevozmozhno / Ies /gallery)
And that should do it! If you learn any other neat tips or tricks, feel free to add them to this Help file. Or if you get stuck, ask Elonka or one of the other Yaks for help. :)
Help file created: January 28, 2005
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