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Preparation: Download Photo Flash Maker, install & run it, after finishing making your flash slideshow, enter "Publish" column and view the Output Settings for Flash Embed Method.
Most of Photo Flash Maker users create flash slideshows for their own websites. There are two ways to embed PFM-created Flash slideshows to websites, professionally and manually insert flash slideshow, or get things done easily though online free album service go2album.
To incorporate the PFM-created flash slideshows created into an existing webpage, you can manually add the <object> and <embed> tags to the page.
Step 1. Open the PFM-created HTML document in a text or HTML editor.
Open the PFM-created HTML document in a text or HTML editor. When you publish a flash slideshow with Photo Flash Maker, the program will create several files and folders as follows:
Among them, the fs_aux.html provides HTML code for embedding the flash movie (.swf file) into webpage.
Step 2. Copy the HTML code included in the <object> and <embed> tags (see example below). This should contain the <object> and <embed> tags.
<object classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=7,0,19,0" width="100%" height="100%">
<param name="movie" value="simple.swf?xml_path=slides.xml" />
<param name="quality" value="high" />
<param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" />
<embed src="simple.swf?xml_path=slides.xml" quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="100%" height="100%" allowFullScreen="true"></embed>
Step 3. Open the existing webpage and paste the <object> and <embed> tags into the desired location in the body of the page.
Note: The code can also be pasted into a table cell or frame.
Step 4. Upload the webpage and Flash files to your Web server.
If the webpage and SWF file (and XML document) are put in different folders, you should change the file paths of these two files in the <object> and <embed> tags, or the Flash would "Load Fail".
For example, if the SWF( and XML) is saved in the “assets_camping” folder, then two lines of the source code should be modified to reflect the true file path:
<param name="movie" value="assets_camping/simple.swf?xml_path=assets_camping/slides.xml" />
Note: If advanced templates(Professional, Web Album, 3D Gallery, Premium templates) is used to create the slideshow， you should upload the XML file, "res" folder, "slides" folder and the "thumbs" folder together with the SWF file to Web server.
If you don't want to upload slideshow files to Web server, or have difficult in handling the file path, you can simply upload the Flash slideshow to our free web album service Go2Album, and then get the HTML code to embed to your webpage. With this method, all files generated for the flash slideshow will be saved in the free Go2Album.
Step 1: Sign up for Go2Album
Go to www.go2album.com and sign up for the free service.
Step 2: Sign into Go2Album
Open the Photo Flash Maker program, click the menu "Preference", and click the "Sign in Go2Album" item, enter your user name and password, click "OK" to save the setting.
Step 3: Upload Flash slideshow to Go2Album
When you proceed to the Publish step of creating slideshow with Photo Flash Maker, select the "Create Flash File and Upload to Go2Album", and the Flash slideshow will be automatically uploaded to Go2Album.
The program will prompt you to the webpage where the Flash slideshow displays. [View examples]
Step 4: Copy the HTML Code of the Flash Slideshow
On the right sidebar of the web album page, you will see the embed code. Select and copy the HTML code.
Step 5: Embed HTML code to designated webpage
Now you get the source code. Just open the webpage, and paste the code to where you want to display the Flash slideshow.