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Figure 46.7 The Photo Galleries wizard contains two main dialogs. (1) The first features photo Add and Remove buttons, the ability to change the position of the photo in the gallery sequence, and Type, Template and Style options. (2) The next dialog provides a range of settings where the user can customize the gallery, and the Save and Share options that will be used in its production.

Figure 46.8 The websites created with the Photoshop Elements Photo Galleries wizard move beyond simple static pages and now include Animated and Interactive options.

businesses worldwide that will store and display your gallery for free, as long as you allow them to place a small banner advertisement at the top of each of your pages. Whatever route you take, you will need to transfer your site's files from your home machine to the ISP's machine. In previous versions of Elements this process was handled by a small piece of software called an FTP or File Transfer Protocol program. Thankfully the new Photo Galleries feature contains an integrated FTP utility within the Share To section of the dialog (see Figure 46.9). You can choose between the following Share options:

• Photoshop Showcase - Upload to a free online sharing area provided by Adobe Photoshop Services.

• My FTP Site - Transfer to your own ISP or Net space provider.

• CD - An option for burning the gallery to a CD.

• Do Not Share - The option used for just saving the gallery.

Figure 46.9 The My FTP Site option uses a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) utility to upload your files to a server on the web.

Figure 46.9 The My FTP Site option uses a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) utility to upload your files to a server on the web.

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