Once you have chosen the image(s) you want to convert, you can use this option to create a thumbnail gallery of your image(s).
Create HTML Thumbnail Table
Choose a name for your thumbnail page(s): Choose the name of the HTML page that will be created. You can have the page end in .HTML or .HTM. If your thumbnail gallery consist of multiple pages, a number will be added to the end of each page. (i.e. page1.html, page2.html)
Your Website URL: The thumbnail table will have a button called Home that will point to this URL.
Alignment: Choose the alignment of the thumbnail table.
Default: This will cause the thumbnail table to adopt the current alignment on the page. If an alignment has not already been defined, it will default to the left of the page.
Center: This will align the thumbnail table to the exact middle of the page.
100%: This will cause the thumbnail table to stretch across the entire page.
Number of Rows: The number of rows in each page.
Number of Columns: The number of columns in each page.
Padding: The padding between each table cell.
Border Size: The border size for the entire table. The border is off (0) by default.
Border Color:The border color.
Background Color: The background color.
Image Width: The size of the actual thumbnail image. Choose the width, and the height will automatically be proportioned.
Image Alignment: How the image inside each table cell is aligned within the thumbnail table.
Image Format: Save the thumbnail images as either GIF or JPG.
Show Image (File Names, Size, Dimensions): Choose if these details are shown in the thumbnail table.
Link to Full-Size Images: If checked, the thumbnail images will be clickable and will open to the full-size picture. If unchecked, the thumbnails will not be clickable at all.
Use Lowercase File Names: This will cause all the images to be renamed into lowercase.
Background: Background color of the HTML page.
Text: Color of text on the page.
Link: Color of the links on the page.
Visited Link: Color of the links after they have been visited.
Active Link: Color of the active links.
Don't Underline Links: Choosing this option will cause the links on your page to not to be underlined.
Add Hover with Color: Will cause the links to change color when the cursor moves over them.
Page Heading: Choose the main heading of your page.
Page Comment: This comment will be directly under your page heading.
Page Title: This will be the <title> of your HTML document. (i.e. The title that appears in the very top of your browser window)>
Page Font: The default font on your page.
Output Folder: This is the folder where your images and HTML are output. If it doesn't already exist, press the Create button and name the folder.
Launch Default Browser When Finished: Having this checked will cause the page you have just created to pop up after you click Finish.
The images and HTML will be in your output directory.