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You can create you own grid of thumbnails and link them to larger pictures by following the steps below.

  1. First you need to decide how big your thumbnails will be and how many you want to place on a page (3 or 4 columns)
  2. Next you need to create a table that will hold the thumbnails.  Just click the table icon in the editor bar and choose how many rows and columns you want.
  3. With your table created you then need to insert your thumbnail into each cell.  If you did not reduce the size of the image before uploading you can do it in the editor but we recommend a fabulous free software tool from google called picasa.   It is very important to try and get your thumbnails all the same size and centre justify them.
  4. Once you have your thumbnails in place you can then link to bigger pictures: 
    If you have been uploading images with the Reason8 website system you probably have noticed that the system will limit you to a picture size no wider than the width of your website. In this case you may want to upload a bigger picture and create a link to that picture.
    1. Save your table and  go to the control panel
    2. Click File Upload (only available when you go live)
    3. Click 'Larger Images' and upload your image.
    4. Go back to the table of thumbnails where you want to link to your image
    5. Click an image that you want to act as a link to your picture and then click the yellow icon
    6. Choose option "Internal File" and then "Image", browse for your picture in the list and insert the link to the picture.

This process ensures that you upload high quality images and that they are not constrained by the size of the website template that you are using