Available only when also using
This configuration is accomplished with cookies. If the user has cookies disabled in their browser, their configuration will not be saved.
When a configuration is saved, it will be applied to all directories
at or below
'webmagick.js' must be installed in the location specified by
Apache server: Update conf/mime.types and add the line
CERN or W3 server: Update config/httpd.conf and add the line
Phttpd: Update modules/file.conf and add the following to the content-types list
Use HTML tables instead of imagemaps for displaying thumbnails. This results in quicker navigation because smaller images are downloaded, and quicker directory processing, since no montages are created.
Specify the handling of a README file. If the file designated by
Specify additional information to place in <ADDRESS></ADDRESS> tags in page frame. WebMagick copyright and support information is placed on all generated pages.
Turn off the WebMagick copyright info and author's address on all generated pages. If you are operating a site that my mother wouldn't approve of, please use this option.
Specify text to add to the page header in the thumbnail frame (a short term hack). This option is subject to change and will be eliminated if the thumbnail frame is templatized.
Specify the page title. If this option is not specified, then WebMagick will generate its own title in the form 'Index of directory "subdirectory name"'.
Specify a style sheet to use for all generated pages. This will override the following options:
Specify a template (written in PERL) that represents the format used to generate the frame-less directory navigation page. This format will be seen by browsers that do not support frames. This is a guru-level option that may require reading WebMagick code.
Specify a template (written in PERL) that represents the format used to generate the framed (left frame) directory navigation page. This format will be seen by browsers that support frames. This is a guru-level option that may require reading WebMagick code.
When per-image HTML mode is enabled, an HTML file is generated corresponding to each image. The HTML file is named based on the image file name with an HTML extension.
Enable per-image HTML file generation.
Set the file extension to use for per-image HTML files. The final name is the image file name appended with this file extension. The default extension is '.html'.
Enable image navigation buttons (up, previous, next) on per-image HTML files.
Enable per-image HTML picture titles. Default is on.
HTML to add before picture title (default is <P>)
HTML to add after picture title (default is </P>)
Set the default URL target name for links in per-image HTML files. There is normally no need to set this target because HTML is normally displayed in the current frame and there are no links by default, however, sometimes it is desirable for links to display in a different (or new) window.
Extra HTML to insert above the image.
Extra HTML to insert below the image.
Specify the background color for thumbnail frame.
Specify the toreground color for text in thumbnail frame.
Specify the foreground text color of the directory frame. Defaults to
the value of
Specify the background color of the directory frame. Defaults to the
Specify the link (active) color for the thumbnail frame.
Specify link (unvisited) color for the thumbnail frame.
Specify link (visited) color for the thumbnail frame.
Specify link (active) color for the directory frame. Defaults to value of
Specify link (unvisited) color for the directory frame. Defaults to the
Specify link (visited) color for the directory frame. Defaults to value
Enable frames. This defaults to on, but is useful to turn off if you have a single directory collection.
Enable decorative frame borders with the value 'YES' or disable decorative frame borders by specifying the value 'NO'. These options are passed directly to the HTML's FRAMESET 'FRAMEBORDER' option in the generated pages.
Specifies the number of pixels allocated to the frame border.
Specifies the number of pixels allocated to the frame margin in the vertical direction.
Specifies the number of pixels allocated to the frame margin in the horizontal direction.
Specifies the frame template to use. Templates are currently specified for the range of 1-4 with the following effect:
Specify author name to add to the HTML meta tags in generated HTML files.
Specify HTML documents character set in case HTTPD can't provide it.
Specify any classification information to add to the HTML meta tags in generated HTML files. This may be used by indexing robots.
Specify page description text to add to the HTML meta tags in generated HTML files. This information may used by indexing robots.
Page expiration date to add to the HTML meta tags in generated HTML files. Should be specified in the form:
"Tue, 20 Aug 1996 14:25:27 GMT"
Since the specified expiration time is absolute, use of this option
implies a commitment to execute WebMagick with option
This information is used by browsers and caching servers to determine when cached data becomes stale.
Specify keywords to add to the HTML meta tags in generated HTML files. Should be specified as a string with keywords delimited by a comma (e.g. "key1,key2,key3"). This information may used by indexing robots.
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