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How can I save my images with Photoshop keeping the EXIF information?

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To keep the EXIF data you must not save the image with the "Save for Web..." menu but only with the "Save as..." menu. Only then your EXIF data will be kept.

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To keep the EXIF data you must not save the image with the "Save for Web..." menu but only with the "Save as..." menu.
Only then your EXIF data will be kept.

November 03, 2007, at 09:30 AM by austriaka -
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Why is no EXIF information shown in the image page? How can I save my images with Photoshop keeping the EXIF information?

How to Show the EXIF Information

  • You have to enable the EXIF feature in the admin Options General page.
  • Be sure your images contain EXIF data.
    How can I save my images with Photoshop keeping the EXIF information?
  • Some cameras use a proprietary EXIF format which is not supported by Pixelpost's EXIF functions. Ask in the Forum which ones are currently supported.
  • Use the correct EXIF tags in your image template

Save images in Photoshop with EXIF data

To keep the EXIF data you must not save the image with the "Save for Web..." menu but only with the "Save as..." menu. Only then your EXIF data will be kept.

November 03, 2007, at 09:21 AM by austriaka -
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| Where can I set the number of thumbnails shown per row in the archive page?

Limit the number of thumbs per row in archive page

You cannot limit the number of thumbs per row by a simple setting, you have to do this in your CSS style sheet.
There is a <DIV> containing the thumbnails on archive page. In most templates it has the id="thumbnails".
Now set the width of #thumbnails in your CSS style sheet accordingly:
If you use a thumbnail width of 120px and want to show 5 thumbnails in a row, this is 600px.
If there is a margin or space around each thumbnail, you have to calculate this as well. Supposing each thumb has a h-space of 5, you have to add 50px (10px for each of the thumbnails).
So set the width of your thumbnails DIV to 650px, better 700px to take account of some borders or paddings and you are done.

November 03, 2007, at 08:24 AM by austriaka -
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Now set the width of #thumbnails in your CSS style sheet accordingly: if you use a thumbnail width of 120px and want to show 5 thumbnails in a row, this is 600px. If there is a margin or space around each thumbnail, you have to calculate this as well. Supposing each thumb has a h-space of 5, you have to add 50px (10px for each of the thumbnails).
So set the width of your thumbnails DIV to 650px, better 660px to

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Now set the width of #thumbnails in your CSS style sheet accordingly:
If you use a thumbnail width of 120px and want to show 5 thumbnails in a row, this is 600px.
If there is a margin or space around each thumbnail, you have to calculate this as well. Supposing each thumb has a h-space of 5, you have to add 50px (10px for each of the thumbnails).
So set the width of your thumbnails DIV to 650px, better 700px to take account of some borders or paddings and you are done.

November 03, 2007, at 08:23 AM by austriaka -
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Limit the number of thumbs per row in archive page

You cannot limit the number of thumbs per row by a simple setting, you have to do this in your CSS style sheet.
There is a <DIV> containing the thumbnails on archive page. In most templates it has the id="thumbnails".
Now set the width of #thumbnails in your CSS style sheet accordingly: if you use a thumbnail width of 120px and want to show 5 thumbnails in a row, this is 600px. If there is a margin or space around each thumbnail, you have to calculate this as well. Supposing each thumb has a h-space of 5, you have to add 50px (10px for each of the thumbnails).
So set the width of your thumbnails DIV to 650px, better 660px to

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