Q: When you choose to put the code directly in a web page it only will pick up .htm and .html pages. It needs to also pick up .shtml, .php, and .asp pages plus maybe more. I use a lot of .php pages full of standard html code because I can mix in php code when I need it.
A: Please see how should you install VisualSlideshow on your own page manually:
1) Create your slideshow using VisualSlideshow.
2) Publish it on a local drive in any test folder:
- open Gallery->Properties->Publish or click 'Publish' button on the main menu panel;
- select 'Publish to folder', click 'Browse' button and select any local folder
- click 'Publish' button
3) Open index.html file from the saved folder in any text editor (Notepad for example)
or you can:
- open index.html page in any browser
- right click on the page
- select view source of the page.
You'll find 'engine' and 'data' folders in this saved folder also.
4) Copy code for the HEAD section and paste it inside the HEAD/BODY section of you own webpage, for example:
4) Copy code for the BODY section and paste it inside the Body section of you own web page in the
place where you want to have a gallery, for example:
<body> ... <!-- Start VisualSlideShow.com BODY section --> <div id="show" class="slideshow"> <div class="slideshow-images"> ... </div> <!-- End VisualSlideShow.com BODY section --> ... </body>
5) Notice. you should copy 'data' folder with images and thumbnails and 'engine' folder with .css and .js files into the same folder with your own webpage.
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