Joomla – a website for portfolio images and slideshows – has made the news recently, as it recently added a feature that allows you to save your portfolio images as PDFs for later.
This feature is a good one, as many portfolio websites don’t allow you to use an image editor.
But what if you want to save the portfolio images, so you can reuse them later?
Joomlabs has a template feature that lets you save all your portfolio photos as PDF files.
You can see that the options are as follows:1) Save all your images as a PDF file, which will save you time and bandwidth.2) Save the portfolio as a JPG or PNG file, so that you can easily save them to your hard drive.3) Save a subset of the portfolio image (or as a PNG file) to a .PDF file.4) Save each of the photos as a separate .PDF or .JPG file.
The first one is a very handy feature, and it’s very handy because you can save your photos as just about any type of image format you want.
You can save any type and save them on any device you want, so there’s no need to worry about file size limitations.
But you need to be very careful to keep them under a certain amount of resolution.
For example, you can’t save a large JPEG image as a .
Jpeg file, as you’d need to convert it to .JPEG and then to .PDF before you can do anything with it.
The other one is to save a subset as a single .
This saves you bandwidth, since you’ll be able to load a lot of photos into your browser.
The only catch is that you’ll need to create your own PDF file for each of those files.
So that’s the gist of it.
You’ll save your images in the format you like, which is a .pdf file or a .jpeg file.
The files will all be saved as separate .JPs or .PNG files.
But, of course, you’ll have to upload those files to the Joomlia website, which means you’ll either have to do a little bit of hand-holding, or spend some time on the website itself.
Joomlab has an app called Joomlasafare that allows people to save images for use later.
It’s available for iPhone and Android, and you can get the app for free.
But if you’re still not convinced about saving images as .PDFs, check out the Joombasafare tutorial.
You should be able just fine.