Photo pages manual
structure and operator control
in the version since Apr, 15 2000


Short photo description, 10.000 byte
Memory size of the picture, so that you have an imagination, how long the system may need to load the image. Broadsheet fotos are generally aligned on 98% of the window size of your navigator, the base size is since version 2.3 1408 * 940, since version 3.0 2250 * 1500 pixel. Upright photos are represented in 1:1, that the reason why scrolling is also acceptable under Microsoft Explorer. With Netscape generally well.

Germany Country and place of photography, date of photography (in the US writting way) assistance for the photo description

(the country, here Germany, is always symbolized by the flag, countries name inside the image text)
Description of the photo. Registrations of airplanes or railways are emphasized by different colour, and if available an already used link or a link, which is not executed up to now, to the shown society. Names and building designations are represented in the original language (in italic the translation therefore).

To some photos exists additionally a supplementary text for the object of the photo, there notes, background information, structural or conditioned modifications are described. This could be e.g. temporal exhibitions, history of buildings or closing of (railway) lines or airline services, constructional alterations, so that the photo has a historical touch.

Row: X Column: Y (position: Z) neighbour photo above photo preview since version 2.2
in a seperate window to the photo gallery menue level above  section or  neighbour photo to the left  where ?  neighbour photo to the right
bjh195.htm © BJH Software, main menu photo request neighbour photo below

These part of the navigation as well as the place of photography and the image itself are build up automatically since version 02.00 date based May, 28 2001 by javascript and a general data library.
Arrow keys
For positioning inside the fotos the actual position is indicated, how it is declarated in the table level above (here X,Y) and since version 02.00 inside the library (here Z); below (in dark violet) an internal identifier of the original slide bjh195.htm, and by whom is was given (copyright-owner, see also copyright). These number is also corresponding to the objects as well as the HTML document designation.

For positioning serve the simple arrow keys. arrow key for positioning They point to the neighbour photos of the actual one. In the text of the arrow the internal number is deposited as well as a short descriptional text. The cursor positioning within the pictures corresponds to the table, whereby however e.g. at the end of a table row next to the right is not the beginning of the row, it is the beginning of the left picture a row below. Thus you run also in a circle in the whole table, but you pass all pictures without going back on main gallery. This method was selected, to avoid the loading of the compressed pictures, because in despite of compressed files loading up of so many objects take longer time.

Since version 2.2 (valid since August 25th 2002) the next photo is shown in small form, which you reach by pressing the right arrow key. Since version 2.3 (valid since June 24th, 2008) the right arrow is additionally positioned in the first line next to the help button. This has the advantage that you can build the photo screen in the way that is easiest to walk through the gallery without having to scroll down to the bottom of the page, as some pages can have a very long explanation.

The double arrow key double arrow key represents the return branch to gallery level above. Thereby it is positioned to the aera / subdivision to which the actual photo is counted. This name of the area is also displayed. Please note that the photo and gallery are two different windows or frames. To change you have to use your mouse or position yourself by the start bar.

The main menu gets back to the initial screen of the BJH Software and not to the higher-level gallery. It is set up in the same window as the galleries. A window for e-mail writing opens when you click on photo request, which serves for questions directly about the picture or the request for permission to download the photo.

quick assistance
The button assistance offers again within each picture the possibility that you can branch into this description of assistance, in order to inform about the operation control. A separate screen will opened, which remains activated in the background until you close it again by Windows application.
Please note: The loading of the homepage e.g. of an airlines takes place within this screen. As long as the window is opened, you have to click it over your menu border to use it again. This applies also after updating.


All photos, texts, graphics and diagrams are subject to copyright, and may not be re-used without permission of the author for no other purposes, privately or commercially, not even partially, unless stated otherwise. Due to multiple misuse, the galleries are equipped with a little copy protection. Photos are only released with approval and a small donation, the request in the photo description itself serves for this (the picture number is also included in the subject).

Image libraries
The photo pages are created since version 2.0 by using image libraries and Java scripts. Since version 2.1, the system uses only Javascript files. These libraries and script files are always the same, even in the selection galleries, so it is advantageous here if your browser hasn't load all the files every time.

© BJH Software, 2002