Gromit 66 User's Manual
- Copyright notice: A copyright notice may be placed at the bottom of album pages.
- Copyright location: The copyright notice may be placed selectively - all pages, index pages only, top-level index page only, or slide pages only.
- Meta "description" tag: The entered text will be inserted into every page as a meta description tag. This is used by most search engines to describe a site when it is listed in search results. Therefore, the text should be a simple description of the site contents. If no text is entered, the skin assembles a description for each page from the folder title and comment or the image title and comment.
- Meta "robots" tag: The chosen tag will be inserted into every page. A meta robots tag may be used to tell search engine robots not to index the page (noindex), not to follow any links on the page (nofollow), or both.
- Favicon location: Provide the absolute address of the favicon file for the website. Normally, the favicion file would be stored at the root of your domain, for example, http://example.com/favicon.ico. The file should never be added to the jAlbum project itself, and should be uploaded to your web host independently of the album. Note that if you host your album at jalbum.net, a favicon with the default name, i.e., http://yourname.jalbum.net/favicon.ico, will be overridden by the default jAlbum favicon (Dor). To use your own favicon with jalbum.net hosting, it must be given a different name, like mydog.ico. Favicon files may be ICO, PNG, or GIF files, must be square, and must have dimensions of 16x16, 32x32, 48x48, or 64x64.
- Google Analytics code: Copy and paste the entire code snippet provided to you by Google Analytics. It will be inserted at the appropriate location in every page.
- Enable swipes: If selected, the skin supports basic swipe gestures on touch-capable devices. Swiping left/right on an index (thumbnail) page moves to the next/previous index page if there is one. Swiping left/right on a slide page moves to the next/previous slide page. Swiping right or left on an info page returns to the index page. Swiping right or left on a map page returns to the slide page. On a map page, a longer duration finger drag moves the map rather than triggering a swipe event.