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Started by on Apr 16, 2007 – Contents updated: Apr 16, 2007

Apr 16, 2007 15:12    

Hello,

any idea how to include the flash photo browser, see link below:

http://wifi-wue.de/weblog/b2evolution/blogs/index.php?title=anti_knut_kontent&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1

could not reach the webmaster of this page.

so long
joachim

Apr 16, 2007 17:30

Hi, I was able to post it in b2 1.9.3 using the following...
You are simply loading the total galley index.html as a site within your post.

Code

<div>
  <object data="http://yoursite.com/afpb/index.html" type="text/html"></object>
</div>

If the object tag doesn't work in your installation you can follow this flash tags hack that should fix it. or there may be a Flash plugin available though I'm not sure..

http://forums.b2evolution.net/viewtopic.php?t=7818

Apr 17, 2007 11:06

this means I have to create for each photo album a seperate folder if I want to show different albums?

Apr 17, 2007 11:15

I'm not sure.... give it a go :)

Apr 17, 2007 18:16

Hi Joachim,

that's fairly easy. Include and amend the following code

Code

<iframe src="http://wifi-wue.de/slideshow/zoomunich/index.html" width="450" height="500" name="Zoo Munich">
  <p>Ihr Browser kann leider keine eingebetteten Frames anzeigen:
  Sie k&ouml;nnen die eingebettete Seite &uuml;ber den folgenden Verweis
  aufrufen: <a href="http://wifi-wue.de/slideshow/zoomunich/index.html">SELFHTML</a></p>
</iframe>

All you need to include is an iframe. The problem about this is that b2evo does not allow this html code tag, you can either add it to the allowed html tags, my way was to disable the b2evo HTML validation.

Then you have to store the pictures and flash file like discribed in the Flash Photo Browser readme somewhere on a webserver and simply reference to it.

And yes: you need a separate folder on your webserver for each slideshow you want to display.

Best,
Falco

Apr 13, 2008 12:35

Silencer wrote:

All you need to include is an iframe. The problem about this is that b2evo does not allow this html code tag, you can either add it to the allowed html tags, my way was to disable the b2evo HTML validation.

How and where would you add iframe tag to the allowed html tags?


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