IMPORTANT: You must use the template referenced below when embedding the Picasa photo album code --or
any other code which references Flash files (.swf). This is because the Flash movie/slideshow
will not appear in iPhones or iPads --or any other device which does not support Flash.
The template is built with a "container"
<div> which surrounds the Picasa code and will display on iPhones and iPads. The container displays a message about the Flash issue and
directs iPhone and iPad users to click on the link (also provided on this template)
to download an app which will allow them to view our Picasa slideshows.
So, with that said...
Open the Firefox browser and go to: https://www.ccri.edu/marketing/photos/2011/template-slideshow.html
Login to OmniUpdate from that page
After logging in, you should now have the "template-slideshow.html" file displaying
and ready to use. Follow these steps first:
Now open the new file you just created, then:
Click on "HTML" in the toolbar:
In the HTML Source Editor window:
<object>" tags. (see yellow highlighted area below)
Save the page, publish and review it on the live site. If all is well, create a link to it from the appropriate pages on the Marketing and/or CCRI site.
This tutorial is meant for use by the Department of Marketing and Communications only.
Photo galleries which you would like to publish on your department's site must be approved by the Department of Marketing and Communications for content, graphic standards and potential inclusion in the college’s photo gallery archive.
Please send photos to email@example.com for review.
If you have difficulty accessing the information on this page, please contact Web Services.