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Here is a sample web page created with your AlphaButton images.
You can change the layout of the images in this preview by selecting
a different Preset Image Orientation on the "Size & Layout" panel.
You can set the foreground and background colors for this page
on the "Web Page" panel. You can also adjust the amount
of space left between the images from there.
You can use the code from this page to add these images to your website.
To view the code, you can either use your web browser's "View Source" functionality,
or choose "View HTML Code" on the "Web Page" panel in AlphaButton.
From there you will be able to view this code and save it to a file.
Before adding this code to your website, you will need to set the URLs that each image
link points to. To do this, search for a href="#" in the source and replace
the "#" character with the URL of the page to show when a user clicks the image.
For example, assume you have an image named "Home.png". When a user clicks this
image, they should be taken to a page named "home.html". You would find a line
like this in the source:
<a href="#"><img name="Home" src="Home.png" width="40" height="14" hspace="0" border="0" alt="Home"></a>
and replace it with this:
<a href="home.html"><img name="Home" src="Home.png" width="40" height="14" hspace="0" border="0" alt="Home"></a>