Extreme Thumbnail Generator online documentation
Web photo galleries
Generate a web photo gallery
Publish a photo gallery on the Web via FTP
Send a photo gallery via email
How to add images to the gallery
How to sort images in the gallery
How to rename images
How to resize images
How to rotate images
How to add special effects to the images
How to add text to images
How to add logo to images
How to add shadow effect to images
How to link images in the gallery to other pages
How to add EXIF information to the image description
How to import image descriptions
Image format settings
Supported image formats
How to change the thumbnail image size
How to add a border to the thumbnail images
How to add shadow effect to thumbnail images
How to set custom thumbnail size and link address
EXIF info in the thumbnails title
How to link thumbnails directly to images
Thumbnail resize methods
Thumbnail image file name
Thumbnail image format
Thumbnails pages
Thumbnails per page
Thumbnails pages file name
Link back from thumbnails pages
Image pages
Image pages file name
Image page title settings
Advanced topics
Re-generating the gallery
Setting font for text elements
Sub-folders in the gallery folder
Web photo gallery meta data
Built-in FTP gallery publishing module
Link back properties
Multi-line text editor
Special tags
Auto-rename images in the gallery
How to add a Lightbox effect to the gallery
How to add slide show
Gallery template
Built-in gallery template editor
Batch image processing
Craete thumbnails
Image processing
Program settings
General settings
Advanced settings
FTP settings
FTP profiles
Product updates
Other products

Image pages file name

To change the image pages file name go to the Options step, the Image pages tab and click the ... button in the Page file name template section. It opens the file name template editor window.

Image pages file name

Image file name for the page file name

You can name all your image pages using the file name of its full-size image. Simply check the Use image file name box. The resulting page file name will have the name of the image file plus the extension you enter into the Extension box. For example: photo1.jpg.html (for the photo1.jpg image file). If you do not want to add the image file extension to the page file name, then clear the Add image extension box and result will be the following: photo1.html (for the photo1.jpg image file).

Generic file name for all image pages

Another choice is to use the generic file name for all image pages. Simply enter the generic part of the file name into the Generic name edit field, specify how many digits you want in the added number in the Number of digits field and the value of the first added number in the Starting from field. Change the default extension if you want in the Extension field and your new image page file name template is ready.