IFRAME CONTENT page 3
Photo links are easy too!
Photo links allow you to use an iframe to display any photos you upload to your site.
Links directly to the images.
No extra content pages were made to display these photos.
The background will always be white around the images as that is a default color for the web.
Each link needs to define: (COLORS colrrespond to codes below)
the url for the large photo you want to show in the iframe
the iframe name (this sample uses FRAME1 but you could use any name with no spaces)
the text for the link or the address for the thumbnail image
The TEXT link used to change the iframe content to the first photo is shown below:
<a href="http://hepsep.home.mindspring.com/0c2fa4e0.jpg" target="FRAME1">Photo 1</a>
The THUMBNAIL link used to change the iframe content to the house photo is shown below:
<A HREF="http://www.samisite.com/photo/3f7650e0.jpg" target="FRAME1" ><IMG SRC="4fc46350.jpg"></A>
If the web page/image is in the same directory as the iframe, you can just use the name to link instead of the full url address.
If you want to link to an image AND have a description for that image load into a 2nd iframe at the same time, check out this tutorial.
If using CSB or Trellix to insert a link:
right click the image, choose URL STYLE LINK, type the address of the page into the URL field, followed by " target="FRAME1 You can see a screen print of the setting on content page 2.
[Note the site and photos I am linking to is one of my own! Hot linking to someone's elses website images is STEALING their bandwidth and should NOT be done unless you have express permission to do so! It is very easy to track down who is linked from outside so you will be caught if you try it!]