Embed GALLERY into my wordpress blog

SexCashClothesSexCashClothes Beginner grinnerRegistered Users Posts: 4 Beginner grinner
edited February 24, 2011 in SmugMug Support
Ok, I feel like a compete idiot, or SmugMug could use a nice UI overhaul because I can't for the life of me figure out how to embed a gallery into my blog using html.

When I click share --> get a link --> it asks me to choose a photo. I'd like to embed the entire journal styled gallery not just one photo.

Seeing as how smugmug is designed for this I'm not sure why it's so difficult :dunno

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  • AndyAndy Bicameral New YorkRegistered Users Posts: 50,154 Major grins
    edited December 4, 2010
    We've never had a way to embed a gallery page like that. What you can do is embed photos,or slideshows, using share>get a link. Or you can do ShowOff>Badge on a blog,lots of folks do that.
  • SexCashClothesSexCashClothes Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 4 Beginner grinner
    edited December 4, 2010
    Andy wrote: »
    We've never had a way to embed a gallery page like that. What you can do is embed photos,or slideshows, using share>get a link. Or you can do ShowOff>Badge on a blog,lots of folks do that.

    So if I have 50 pictures I'm going to have to embed each one at a time?
    :bluduh
  • VaeSolisVaeSolis Castle Spooky ***** Registered Users Posts: 2 Beginner grinner
    edited December 5, 2010
    It would be pretty cool to see smugmug partner with Cool Iris: http://www.cooliris.com/

    Actually, if you wanted to, you could take cool iris express, assign a smugmug gallery rss feed to it, and post to your blog that way. I've used Cool Iris to post images to my Wordpress blog, it works great.

    edit: CoolIris doesn't accept smugmug's rss without adding an xml file to the server root.
  • WinsomeWorksWinsomeWorks Keep Thou my Feet Registered Users Posts: 1,935 Major grins
    edited December 6, 2010
    So if I have 50 pictures I'm going to have to embed each one at a time?
    :bluduh
    NO-- like Andy said, you can embed a slideshow, or a badge (badges can be configured all kinds of ways, although I've learned they work best with images that are all in the same orientation (all portrait, or all landscape) I don't have much on my blog, but if you click the link I have in my signature below, you can see an example of both the slideshow & the badge on my Blogger blog. (slideshow is way at bottom of blog page)
    Anna Lisa Yoder's Images - http://winsomeworks.com ... Handmade Photo Notecards: http://winsomeworks.etsy.com ... Framed/Matted work: http://anna-lisa-yoder.artistwebsites.com/galleries.html ... Scribbles: http://winsomeworks.blogspot.com
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  • WinsomeWorksWinsomeWorks Keep Thou my Feet Registered Users Posts: 1,935 Major grins
    edited December 6, 2010
    VaeSolis wrote: »
    It would be pretty cool to see smugmug partner with Cool Iris: http://www.cooliris.com/

    Actually, if you wanted to, you could take cool iris express, assign a smugmug gallery rss feed to it, and post to your blog that way. I've used Cool Iris to post images to my Wordpress blog, it works great.

    edit: CoolIris doesn't accept smugmug's rss without adding an xml file to the server root.
    I love CoolIris in theory, but rarely use it anymore because I can't deal with how long it takes for images to come into focus. You can always simply view your Smug site in Cool Iris, but yeah, slow focusing is not fun imho.
    Anna Lisa Yoder's Images - http://winsomeworks.com ... Handmade Photo Notecards: http://winsomeworks.etsy.com ... Framed/Matted work: http://anna-lisa-yoder.artistwebsites.com/galleries.html ... Scribbles: http://winsomeworks.blogspot.com
    DayBreak, my Folk Music Group (some free mp3s!) http://daybreakfolk.com
  • pradeepspradeeps Black Belt Registered Users Posts: 23 Big grins
    edited February 24, 2011
    VaeSolis wrote: »
    It would be pretty cool to see smugmug partner with Cool Iris: http://www.cooliris.com/

    Actually, if you wanted to, you could take cool iris express, assign a smugmug gallery rss feed to it, and post to your blog that way. I've used Cool Iris to post images to my Wordpress blog, it works great.

    edit: CoolIris doesn't accept smugmug's rss without adding an xml file to the server root.

    How do you add the crossdomain.xml from cooliris on a smugmug site? Can we create files with our own names on smugmug?
  • jfriendjfriend Scripting dude-volunteer Registered Users Posts: 8,097 Major grins
    edited February 24, 2011
    pradeeps wrote: »
    How do you add the crossdomain.xml from cooliris on a smugmug site? Can we create files with our own names on smugmug?
    You cannot create files on Smugmug, but I believe there already is an appropriate crossdomain.xml for flash on Smugmug's site if the right URL is used for the feed. If you search dgrin for crossdomain, you will probably find info on it. I think you may need to pull the feed from api.smugmug.com rather than your own domain, but I don't remember for sure.
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  • OvidiuMurzeaOvidiuMurzea BrasovRegistered Users Posts: 3 Big grins
    Does anybody have any idea how this wordpress managed to embed a SM gallery https://ecorun.ro/galerie/ecomarathon/ ? You can easily browse and search without leaving the site. the only time it leaves the site and goes to SM is when user downloads the image.
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