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Old 01-29-2006, 08:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I hav been playing with the web gallery in photoshop, and I have Comcast for my internet provider/email. Has anyone used the web pages that comcast give you, and used the PS web gallery with it? Been searching and cant find information on how to hook the two together without a bunch of htlm/html ( tells ya how much i know) codes.

Anyone out there that can help me out and make this a little more computer illiterate friendly would be appreciated.

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You can do it in several ways. If you have an ftp program then you set it up with the address of "upload.comcast.net" (no quotes) and your username and password, and then you can upload all of the files generated by Photoshop. When you go to your webspace, it will have an address like:

http://home.comcast.net/~yourusername/

where "yourusername" is your actual comcast username. The little squiggle in front of the username is a "tilde" "~". When you go to the address a file called "index.html" will be loaded in the browser. This file may not have the gallery that you've just created referenced. By default the Photoshop Gallery maker creates a "index.htm" extension. If you change that when generating the gallery you can choose ".html". When done, copy everything that it generated to your wite and then it will show up. There are three folders created as well as 4 or 5 other files.

Unfortunately the Comcast support and documentation of using the webspace is very limited. They don't even show you how to use ftp. But here is their FAQ page that answers some questions:

http://www.comcast.net/help/faq/inde...Web_Pages17486

It is actually not too hard to do, but you do need to go through a number of steps.

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