With jAlbum, you can create gorgeous custom photo galleries for the Web without writing a line of code!
Beginner-friendly, with pro results - Simply drag and drop photos into groups, choose a design from hundreds of beautiful album skins, and you're done!
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Photo galleries for everyone - jAlbum is the perfect photo-sharing tool for bloggers, small business, social groups, and families.
What's new in jAlbum
News and Updates:
Copy-drag supported! Items can now be copied instead of moved during a drag-and-drop operation by holding down a CTRL (ALT on Mac) while dragging items
jAlbum's new details editor view is now enhanced to allow easy copying and pasting of desired metadata aspects like Title, Comment, Author and Copyright between items. For instance: To apply the same title on multiple images, click the "Copy" button next to the title field, then multi-select target items and paste.
New Story skin bundled
Detects and ignores album folders as input to album projects
Displays progress during album builds and uploads in the taskbar icon. (Currently on Mac only)
jAlbum now keeps track of of selection after a completed drag and drop operation
Improved character encoding detection for EXIF metadata
jAlbum's "lifeboat.zip" backup file now always includes the current project settings (previously contained the last saved settings)
The addition of web locations made more robust (handles empty img width and height attributes)
The "New empty page" option is now disabled if skin lacks full site support
Offers to move existing album if target folder is changed under Settings - General
Developers: If skins supply their own templates/empty-page.htt, this will be used for the New empty page action instead of the default from system/empty-page.htt
Cleaned up old unused code
Developers: New addedDateRSS variable. Works like addedDate, but formatted for use in RSS feeds
Dates could be mixed-up between images under certain circumstances (spotted in album.rss file) due to concurrency. Really old bug
The RSS feed (album.rss) would not always update the published date elements. Now uses dates when items were added to album
Copying an item that doesn't support xmp meta data, like videos, pages and web locations, wouldn't include applied meta data (titles, comments, ratings etc)
Division by zero error if attempting to upload album after no changes made since previous upload
Switching projects using CTRL+1-3 while having a text field component focused would lose the edited text
Now prints error and skips writing larger than 64KB xmp chunks to images instead of bailing out
Corrected painting of move/copy hint next to cursor while dragging items over folder tree
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