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    Question External Photobucket slideshow?

    Hi all.
    First post, so please be gentle!!
    I have a simple website for a re-enacting team.
    I also have a restrictive ISP website allowance, so I am trying to link to my photobucket account, directly into the NOF 10 editor.
    I want to be able to have a slideshow of various collections. I have tried to search in here for photobucket & nothing comes up.
    When searching for slideshows, that comes up, but is all about programs that create HTML code & links.
    Can any kind individual tell me how I can do this?
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jurasik View Post
    Hi all.
    First post, so please be gentle!!
    I have a simple website for a re-enacting team.
    I also have a restrictive ISP website allowance, so I am trying to link to my photobucket account, directly into the NOF 10 editor.
    I want to be able to have a slideshow of various collections. I have tried to search in here for photobucket & nothing comes up.
    When searching for slideshows, that comes up, but is all about programs that create HTML code & links.
    Can any kind individual tell me how I can do this?
    Thanks.
    You know... no one has asked this question before.....

    You can link to a photobucket slide show (I just put one together and tested the code and it works fine).

    What you need to do is create a photobucket slide show: http://photobucket.com/slideshows (log into your photobucket account)

    Select the images you have on Photobucket for the slide show.

    when you have all you want in to the show you can select a "style" or leave it blank for just the images.

    Click on the "save slide show" button (still on photobucket).

    Copy the code for HTML from the completed page.

    Then open Fusion, go to the page you want the slide show on.

    Draw a text box

    Press CTRL+ T (hold the control key and press the T key) to bring up the HTML insert dialog box.

    Paste the code you copied from photobucket into the window and click OK

    You will see a small blue circle with a white T in it where you pasted the code (this is the insert marker)

    The slide show WILL NOT show within Fusion but when you generate the code the slide show you created on photobucket will display on your web page.
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    Sir, you are a genius!
    I have been racking my brain & searching the net for ages to solve this one.
    It works.
    Now I've just got to put the hours in to update the site.

    Thanks!

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