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admin [Export, Don't Upload]
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admin [The Web Module is Faster with Fewer Images]
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 The UI in TTG plugins is generally designed in workflow order. The best way to use the plugins -- especially in the beginning -- is to start at the top, in the Site Info control pane, and to work your way downward sequentially through the options. The UI in TTG plugins is generally designed in workflow order. The best way to use the plugins -- especially in the beginning -- is to start at the top, in the Site Info control pane, and to work your way downward sequentially through the options.
  
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 When designing in the Web module, you will constantly be refreshing the preview to see your changes. The preview will render faster the fewer images you have active in the gallery. Work with a small collection of images, numbering five or ten, for the best response times while you design. And if you want renders to be faster still, work with JPEGs rather than RAW files. When the design is done and you're ready to publish, you can save a template and then bring in as many images as you like before exporting. When designing in the Web module, you will constantly be refreshing the preview to see your changes. The preview will render faster the fewer images you have active in the gallery. Work with a small collection of images, numbering five or ten, for the best response times while you design. And if you want renders to be faster still, work with JPEGs rather than RAW files. When the design is done and you're ready to publish, you can save a template and then bring in as many images as you like before exporting.
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