Category: Photos

Grange Hall Images Updated

I noticed that the images in the Phase III gallery were smaller than the rest. Having found my original copies I reloaded them to the gallery as well as adding a second Phase III gallery with more photos that were missing from the original gallery. The Grange Hall project has really come a long way. …

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Featured Images Replacing Banner Image again.

With the blog’s title now above the banner, I could again allow the featured images associated with the blogs to replace the banner image. After activating this feature I was surprised to see it did not work. I tried both resizing the images to slightly larger than the required size and this seemed to work …

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Banner Images of Web Sites

In working with WordPress I have figured out how to make a custom image appear in the banner for each blog. They are screen shots of the sites I have built and they appear on the individual blog pages, not the blog home page where the newest blogs are summarized and a random selection of …

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Early Spring Ice Melt Photos

[googlemaps https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Glen+Lake,+Castleton,+VT&aq=0&oq=glen+lake+castlevermont&sll=43.663802,-73.237464&sspn=0.025705,0.052443&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Glen+Lake&t=h&z=14&ll=43.663802,-73.237464&output=embed&w=425&h=350] Off on a hike at Glen Lake to check how much ice is on the lake and to see how long before I can put the kayak on the water, I took the photos seen at the top of this blog of the ice and the the hike along the shore.The ice was …

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Ogg Furniture’s TV Console Page

Though the rest of the site provides a preview of the enlargement or detail image in the thumbnail, I imagined the thumbnail could be an overall shot with various hot spots that, when moused over, the main viewer image changes to show detail of that area. (Example) This idea also allows additional featured area information …

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Ogg Furniture’s Cabinet Entertainment Center

Photos supplied to me with this project were taken using a tripod so I was able to use two nearly identical images, one with the cabinet doors closed and one with them open. The doors open image served as a detail image so by mousing over the doors closed image the doors appear to open …

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Melissa Flanagan Designs

This site is one of the first web sites I built and it’s simple, elegant design is still beautiful as well as functional. Melissa Flanagan of Romancing the Stone┬ámakes incredible jewelry pieces and is very creative and adept at photographing them. I always look forward to seeing her new creations when she asks me to …

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Camp Roof

This project involved stripping multiple layers of roofing off, repairing some sheathing boards and putting on new shingles. The most difficult part of stripping the roof was removing the tar paper as it had been rolled out on the roof vertically and nailed with hand nails every inch around the edge. Since the porch roof …

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