HTMLR. HTMLR is a very small (33KB) freeware utility that creates a web page with links to multiple subdirectories of a specified directory. HTMLR is useful for creating "master-list" of all image subdirectories created by many digital camera software programs. I wrote it to create an HTML "front page" for all my picture folders before writing them onto a CD.
Here's what it does...If you have a folder for your pictures, e.g. "C:\pictures", and multiple subdirectories such as "C:\pictures\april 22", "C:\pictures\april 23", "C:\pictures\april 24", etc. HTMLR can catalog and create a web page with links to all the subdirectories on your hard drive. The web page also displays the number of files, and total byte-count, for each of the subdirectories that it processes. HTMLR gives you the option of restricting the filecount and bytecount to particular types of files within each subdirectoy, e.g. only JPG files.
HTMLR can be used as a companion program to Thumber. Thumber will create a webpage with thumbnail images in each of the subdirectories, and HTMLR can then create the "master-list" with links to each of the pages created by Thumber. Here is a sample page created with HTMLR. (The links won't work but it will give you an idea of what the program does.)
HTMLR was written in First Basic and is a 16 bit program. However, it has been written to work in a Windows 95/98 32 bit environment and can accept long filenames. HTMLR is freeware, but I'd appreciate an e-mail if you use it and like it. The source code is also freely available, but you must give credit if you use it, and I'd appreciate an e-mail letting me know. Thanks.
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