I’m creating a site for an artist.
there should be about 10 (+,-) pages not including the main page.
I have shot the pictures and done the processing in Pshop and created 8 galleries in Adobe Bridge. They work well and have the look and feel he wants.
The artist wants his business card graphic or his prized work on the first page, Large. Also, links to the galleries, bio, and contact form.
He want’s it (the graphic) smaller on succeeding pages. Preferably, in an upper corner.
So, what I want to do is to either NOT have a master page or have a master page that does not share or command anything with/on the children pages.
If I can’t integrate the (smaller) graphic on the gallery pages, I can live with that. I’m just trying to dis-associate the master pages (CSS) rules
I am aware that Freeway Express will create image galleries.
I’m not going to re-do prior finished work. Line in the sand sort of thing 8-D
Could some one tell me how can I achieve this disassociation? I have viewed the tutorials I thought might help and they didn’t assist. I’m fully aware of the advantages of CSS and all, it’s just that those advantages don’t apply here (for now).
To recap- the site- will have one large graphic and links to galleries on the first page- the other pages (think spokes from the front page hub) will not share the huge graphic and will instead be the usual stripped down/clean look of a flash slide show.
Did I say I’ve spent a few weeks on this and that I’m doing it for free? It’s my inaugural professional site and I’d like it to have reasonable functionality and as few “gotcha’s” as possible. Your assistance in this will appreciated for all time.
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