htmlBuilder is an application which assists in the creation of of a simple HTML web page that displays images. It is meant to cut down on the repetitive task of creating the same HTML page over and over again with different images being saved on a webserver.
- Enter prepend text in the assocated field; this is supposed to be the directory/subdirectory which holds the actual images. For example, I might store the pictures in ./RecentPix on the webserver so my HTML should reference the image with <img src="./RecentPix/IMG_0001.JPG" alt="/IMG_0001.JPG">
Drag and drop a list of images onto the textview widget to build the HTML output file.
To build from source:
download the latest source from the
htmlBuilder sourceforge page
then run make
the executable file 'htmlbuilder' should be in the src directory now.
Here is how I run it: (after autogen.sh and make)
cp htmlbuilder ~/bin
Create an application launcher on the desktop and point the "Command" prompt to
Here's a screenshot showing htmlbuilder displaying generated HTML.