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    Hi - this is my first post.
    I'm a photographer using NOF11 & creating photo galleries using the built-in flash photo gallery.
    I would like to create HTML 5 galleries. Is this possible with NOF13 & if so will the galleries auto resize to different formats for tablets & phones.
    Any links to galleries using NOF13 would be welcome(there's no samples on the Netobjects site).
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    No wysiwyg code generator program is capable of responsive design output as yet, although many (including NO, I suspect) are working on it. You can take the output and tweak the code to make it responsive but if you're going to do that you may as well hand-code to start with.

    There are a number of html5 galleries on the web including responsive ones. I'd be looking in that direction personally and linking to it from within NOF.

    UPDATE: Xara has just (16 May 14) released a wysiwyg code generator with responsive output. Don't know if it has a gallery function as I'm downloading the demo as we speak..er...write.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franko View Post
    No wysiwyg code generator program is capable of responsive design output as yet, although many (including NO, I suspect) are working on it. You can take the output and tweak the code to make it responsive but if you're going to do that you may as well hand-code to start with.

    There are a number of html5 galleries on the web including responsive ones. I'd be looking in that direction personally and linking to it from within NOF.
    I think this link may help us
    http://www.quackit.com/html/online-html-editor/
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    Thanks Franko.
    Does anyone have a link to a photo gallery in HTML5 created with NOF13?
    Just trying to figure out if it would be worth the upgrade.

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    Have you seen a gallery online anywhere that does what you want?

    Can you post a URL to it?
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    I've always used external galleries such as visual light box. First flash and then JQuery. I've never found the galleries in NoF to be up to the standard of external ones and it's simplicity itself to place an external gallery in NoF.

    That said, IMHO 2013 is well worth the upgrade if for no other reason than the html 5/CSS 3 output. I have no upgraded most of my production sites to 2013; since AU5 it has become much more stable and the choice of html 5 or html 5 dynamic in the latest update solves a lot of issues that were in the previous updates. So IMHO it is now worth the upgrade.

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    ... did you try WOW-Slider?

    http://wowslider.com/index.html
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