Jalbum Integration

Good afternoon,

Is it possible to integrate a portfolio generated by Jalbum into an existing html page?

Our, is there a better solution ?

The problem is, that, when I work with a pop-up window, the menus and other things are of course not on the index page from Jalbum.

So, I taught, maybe it is possible to create a “window” in one of my pages where Jalbum runs ?

Thanks
Johny


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I see nobody answered this question:) Is it a stupid question ?


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Sometime around 13/6/09 (at 02:59 -0400) johnyw said:

I see nobody answered this question:) Is it a stupid question ?

:slight_smile:
Nope, but perhaps nobody’s used that particular album.

You could try showing the album stuff in an iframe in your page. It
might be a bit clunky, but you might find that it works for you.

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Thx for the reply.
But what is an iframe?


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I have two sites using Jalbum. http://www.rolostudio.com/ uses the Banana skins and the albums are currently hosted by Jalbum, which is probably not a good thing. They should be with the same host and in the same folder as the site. This is the case with a site I am currently building which uses Jalbum/Simple viewer and can be seen at http://www.richard-lowther.com/ I uploaded them with Fetch software.

Both albums are then brought back into the site into an iframe which is an action (http://www.actionsforge.com/actions/view/99-iframe)

Whether this is the best way I have no idea but it works. If it is clunky Keith do you know of another way? For example do I really need to upload these files from Jalbum to a server or is there a way I can access them and import them directly from my computer?

Regards

R


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THX for your reply Richard, ik works fine.
The only problem I encounter is a warning when I try to publish: PARAMETER HAS NO VALUE. The following Actions have a parameter that requires a value.
The Parameter “Name” “iFrame”, Page: “fotogalerie”.

I have no idea where to fill in that stuff ???


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Select your iFrame selected and have the actions window open. Here you have boxes to fill in (url, scrolling, allignment…) the last one - name - will be empty. Put the name in here. Fotogalerie_1 for example.

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Oh, sorry It slipped my eye, thx:)


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