Photo Gallery Thumbnail Help
The Photo Gallery Thumbnail page is best viewed full screen at 1024x786 resolution or greater. The Photo Gallery displays a series of up to 24 thumbnails in a table. Just click on any thumbnail to open that picture for viewing. Once in the view mode, you can move forward and backward through the series. When you return from viewing, the last picture viewed will now be the first picture in the thumbnail table (unless all of the thumbnails fit on one page).
At the top of the screen, you will find four navigation buttons (, , and ). If a function can't be performed, the respective button will be grayed. If a button displays an underlined character, you can select that button by holding down Alt and typing the character. In Internet Explorer you need to press Enter to perform the function.
|The Previous button displays the previous 24 thumbnails. If moving back 24 thumbnails is not possible, the display starts with thumbnail #1. If the thumbnail table starts with #1, the button will be grayed.|
|The Return button takes you to the page you were viewing at the time you started the Photo Gallery. If no return path exists, you will return to the home page.|
|The Next button displays the next 24 thumbnails. If 24 additional thumbnails do not exist, the display stops with the last available image. If no additional thumbnails exist, the button will be grayed.|
|The Help button displays this help page.|
If more than two thumbnail pages exist, a page navigation list appears below the title line. An example of a page navigation list for a gallery with 88 pictures follows:
|(Page 1 of 4)||First ...||1||2||3||4||... Last||(88 Pictures)|
Click on First or Last to move to either end of the thumbnail display. Click on a page number to move to that respective page. If the thumbnail display starts on a page boundary (multiple of 24), the respective page number will appear in blue. If the display start point is not an even page boundary, use the (Page n of n) display to determine the page that you are on. The page numbers are a sliding window (7 pages wide), that change as you move through the pages.