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What program can I use to scan my HD for HTML templates I have and create a centralized thumbail catalog?

Asked by webman1 (12 points ) February 5th, 2008

Anyone know of a program that will catalog all of your html pages on your hard drive as images? I have over 900 templates of which some come with images in a .psd,.jpg, ,gif,.png, etc file format that allow programs like Piccasa from Google and others to use those images to catalog my images but I’m looking for a prgram that will scan my hard drive and basically take a screen capture of the index pages so I can see the template look and feel without having to open every index file and using something like SnagIT to compose a screen capture? While I’m at, is there one for Flash that’ll do tthe same thing? Any advice from experience?

Thanks,
Brad

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klaas4's avatar

Need this too, thanks.

PupnTaco's avatar

Adobe Bridge (part of the Creative Suite 3) will do this.

webman1's avatar

I’ve read the CS3 package and I must be missig it?

Where is the option that will scan my local hard drive for HTML files, such as templates and some newly created .html files, and create a jpg , gif, png, etc…. image file as a thumbail so that they’re all being cataloged on my machine? Thanks for your input. Also, will it do the same for flash files?

chaosrob's avatar

Assuming you’re on a Mac, OS X Leopard will do this by default. You can view any HTML page as a thumbnail in QuickLook by highlighting its icon in the Finder and pressing the spacebar.

webman1's avatar

I need somethinf for Windows XP. Thanks Though.

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