How to Design/Redesign a Photography Website
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Create the gallery and finish the site.
Every photography website needs a gallery of some sort. Rather than have a separate drop-down menu for each gallery, the designer wanted to create a single gallery that featured all genres of his company’s work.
Project Seven was the source for yet another elegant solution. A combination of the Horizontal Glider extension, which was used for the gallery menu, and Image Rotator Magic, which was used to create the individual galleries, proved to be the ideal solution.
After creating the gallery, the designer finished the About and Contact pages based on the template he created when he started the project. He was thinking about search engine optimization (SEO) when he created the home page and the other pages. He used the Google Keyword tool to find the optimum keywords for his photography business and peppered them in the text, page titles, and alt tags.