Where can I get free, easy to use iPage web hosting with Twitter feed abilities?

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Question I have... Where can I get free, easy to use iPage web hosting with Twitter feed abilities? Hoping for any answer or 2. Another question I got... I am trying to create a thumbnail gallery using a simple table layout. My problem is that when I hyper link the image src to the cell it comes in at full size. I would like to be able to have the image come in at a smaller size and then allow the user to click on the image to see the full size picture. Now the Question: How do I write the HTML code so I can do this? Any pointer would be appreciated..

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Thanks for the advice guys & Gals !!.

When you mentioned an imaging editing program do you mean something shop or is the're a better one out there.

Thanks people..

Comment #2


One prog:.




Plus helpfile 450 kb.

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Comment #3

Allow me to introduce to you all a wonderful program.

Pink Mouse Image Organizer. All you have to do is select a bunch of photos on your harddrive, and it will automatically create thumbnail sized picts and an HTML file with a table holding them and linking them to their originals ... See a page I made with version 2.0 years ago here.


PMIO did the bulk of the work on this page. All I did was take the 640x480 pictures and add some text at the top and bottom of the gallery..

It's a shareware program it will work forever but kindly requests some money after a month (v3). I still have version 2 installed from when it was released....

PMIO home.


In our highschool year-book-CD, we had approx. 1700 digital photos of the events throughout the year and they made a gallery for them all. The computer group doing this project didn't know of any program that could batch thumbnail, so they had to manually shrink and link each and every JPEG in Photoshop... sigh......

Comment #4

Not bad! (the free part is what grabs everyones attention) if anything the program seems to run about the same as the dreamweaver macromedia product. I say, give it a try!.

Thanks for showing us that postitlord!.


Comment #5

Thanks people you have all been a great help in my thumbnail gallery creation if I can only figure out how to put those pesky little captions at the bottom of the pictures I will be a quazi thumbnail expert! LOL!!! Well any-ways thanks all and I look forward to asking more questions in the future. This has been a breeze!!.

Thanks Bret..

Comment #6

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.