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 When creating a gallery via the Web module, the Image Info control pane allows the photographer to output image metadata to various outlets in the gallery page. The Image Info control pane: When creating a gallery via the Web module, the Image Info control pane allows the photographer to output image metadata to various outlets in the gallery page. The Image Info control pane:
  
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 Generally, this allows the photographer to control the content of image captions and titles, and metadata appearing on the gallery'​s thumbnail grid. Generally, this allows the photographer to control the content of image captions and titles, and metadata appearing on the gallery'​s thumbnail grid.
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 Publisher templates also support a number of metadata outlets, typically mirroring those in "​traditional"​ image galleries exported from the Web module. However, the publisher is unable to access the data formatting information from the Image Info panel. Therefore, TTG galleries support a dedicated set of controls and metadata tokens which may be used to determine metadata data source and formatting within your published galleries. These controls are found in the Output Settings control panel, and look like this: Publisher templates also support a number of metadata outlets, typically mirroring those in "​traditional"​ image galleries exported from the Web module. However, the publisher is unable to access the data formatting information from the Image Info panel. Therefore, TTG galleries support a dedicated set of controls and metadata tokens which may be used to determine metadata data source and formatting within your published galleries. These controls are found in the Output Settings control panel, and look like this:
  
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 Metadata tokens offer the ability to create template presets for constructing titles, captions, etc. used for the exported photos. They'​re designed to allow you to combine photo metadata with your custom text on a per-image basis. Our token system is based largely on [[http://​regex.info/​blog/​lightroom-goodies/​template|work done by Jeffrey Friedl]] for his Lightroom export plugins, used with permission. This means that users may work with a common metadata vocabulary in both TTG Publisher and Jeffrey'​s export plugins. Metadata tokens offer the ability to create template presets for constructing titles, captions, etc. used for the exported photos. They'​re designed to allow you to combine photo metadata with your custom text on a per-image basis. Our token system is based largely on [[http://​regex.info/​blog/​lightroom-goodies/​template|work done by Jeffrey Friedl]] for his Lightroom export plugins, used with permission. This means that users may work with a common metadata vocabulary in both TTG Publisher and Jeffrey'​s export plugins.
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