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hunt for Web-gallery in Photoshop or Bridge

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Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

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In Photoshop 6 there was wonderful automation with Web Gallery in it.It was a splendid way for making wesite displays of images with labels. Because it was so very good "they"took it out .I spent now many days and nights trying to find old Photoshop that still has a working WebGallery app or Bridge 2017 or earlier.The ones I found had Trojans in it or "exe" file broken. Any helping advice? Please.

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Community Expert , Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

I'm sad to say that Web Gallery is gone. It was removed many versions ago but for a while one could do a separate install of it. I feel it's safe to say that it's not coming back.

 

There are two alternatives: 1) move to Lightroom which does have a built-in Web Gallery capability, or 2) look for 3rd parties. I cannot recommend any because I do not use them. I would VERY STRONGLY recommend that you look for those that do not use Flash. Flash is dead, look for html5.

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Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

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I'm sad to say that Web Gallery is gone. It was removed many versions ago but for a while one could do a separate install of it. I feel it's safe to say that it's not coming back.

 

There are two alternatives: 1) move to Lightroom which does have a built-in Web Gallery capability, or 2) look for 3rd parties. I cannot recommend any because I do not use them. I would VERY STRONGLY recommend that you look for those that do not use Flash. Flash is dead, look for html5.

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Thank you most kindly, sir. Somehow I find Lightroom very confusing, but a Third Party named Smooth Gallery is free, simple, and works without paying gazillions every month.

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