Embedding SLide Shows in Posts

Burkey

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Hi Folks,
I tried this morning to embed a slide show into a post I made regarding camera/lens selections for a Disney trip. I use Zenfolio and supposedly according to their site, it should be embeddable into a forum post. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
. . . Burkey
Here is what I get when I try to post the slide show - a large empty player window. :frown:
<embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" quality="high" width="800" height="600" align="" src="http://cdn.zenfolio.net/zf/code/slideshow/embedded.swf" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" allowFullScreen="true" flashvars="id=665854832&background=0xf5f5f5&delay=3&transition=2&loop=1&random=0&allowfs=1&allowthumbs=1&showlink=1&allowtitles=0&showtitles=1&autostart=1&allowtopbar=1&allowcontrols=1&transparent=0&loop_music=1&frame=0xcccccc&preloader=http%3A%2F%2Fcdn.zenfolio.net%2Fzf%2Fcode%2Fslideshow%2F002.swf&preloader_params=color%3D0xffffff"></embed>
 

texascbx

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I won't work. It's an incompatibility between Zenfolio and the forum's software, of which the forums software is up to date. So I understand it's Zenfolio's problem. This forum allows HTML. Most don't. But you can make it work in a way. Click the # symbol above which creates the code box for you. Then you have to create a code box that is big enough to run the slideshow. You do this by making a period inside the code box and hitting enter. Do this about ten times or so until the code box is a reasonable size. Then paste your Zenfolio slideshow code right after the first
Code:
X

X would be where your HTML code would be place. I do it all the time and it works. Your slidehow will have to be relatively small though.:biggrin:

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[CODE]<embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" quality="high" width="580" height="386" align="" src="http://cdn.zenfolio.net/zf/code/slideshow/embedded.swf" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" allowFullScreen="true" flashvars="id=381431683&background=0xf5f5f5&delay=5&transition=2&loop=1&random=0&allowfs=1&allowthumbs=1&showlink=1&allowtitles=0&showtitles=1&autostart=1&allowtopbar=1&allowcontrols=1&transparent=0&loop_music=1&frame=0xcccccc&preloader=http%3A%2F%2Fcdn.zenfolio.net%2Fzf%2Fcode%2Fslideshow%2F002.swf&preloader_params=color%3D0xffffff"></embed>

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Burkey

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Hey texascbx - thanks for the reply. 'Not sure I understand the "click the # symbol above which creates the code box for you." I'm pretty much "code deficient". But I'll fool around with it without posting my mistakes until I get it, (or don't.) Again, thanks for the reply.
. . . Burkey
 

Burkey

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It's WORKS!!! Too cool. Thanks. I've removed my test post and placed the slide show post on the thread related to selecting lens for a Disney trip in the native lens thread. Thanks again.
. . . Burkey
 

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