Picture Perfect! Creating A Photo Gallery For Your Website.

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Picture Perfect!
Creating A Photo Gallery For Your Website.


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As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Whether those words and pictures are a masterpiece, like the "Mona Lisa" or "Starry Night" or something else, like Dogs Playing Poker"; this is very true no matter what collage, department or program they are for. Pictures can spruce up  your website and help it stand out from the rest. 

So you’ve got some great photos you want to add to your website – now what? That depends – on how many you have, and where you want them to go.

The University’s policy on photos can be found in the web policies section of our website, as well as in the Style Guide. We also have three detailed blog entries explaining everything you wanted to know about photos and Collage.

Please keep these points in mind:
  • Adding pictures and graphics to your website is encouraged. Clip art, while good for blogs and other informal communications, is not allowed on web pages.
  • Only three pictures are allowed per page (with some rare exceptions). This is because the more photos on a page, the longer it takes to load, and it has been determined that three photos is the optimal amount for a quick load.

  • If you have more than three photos you’d like to include, an on-line gallery can be created. Please contact a member of the Web Content Team via e-mail or by phone at 978-934-3875 to set up a photo gallery.

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    • Photos can be hand-delivered on a CD, disk, flash drive, etc., to the Public Affairs Office in Cumnock C-7. You can also upload and send them to us via the Dropbox.
    • Please include a Word document (or some sort of text file) with captions for as many images as possible. Also include information about the event the pictures are from (to be used for the title of the Photo Album), the date they were taken, and other pertinent information.
    • Please also include a name and address for return on the photos after they are uploaded.

Once your photos are uploaded to the Gallery, the photo album can be linked to from your website. We have a blog entry on help creating a link if you need it.


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This page contains a single entry by Pueschel, Michael T published on September 20, 2010 9:55 AM.

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