I created a web gallery in Photoshop CS5 and can't seem to enter in onto my site. I can't alter the SWF file either and that won't play when I insert it into Dreamweaver. Help please! Asked Aug, 08 2011
Wrong answer above. Sorry, it's not a .SWF file. The real answer from http://www.simpleviewer.net/postcardviewer/support/embedding.html
Note for Dreamweaver Users:
and here's the code and instructions
Create your PostcardViewer gallery as normal (check instructions here). Copy the entire contents of your PostcardViewer gallery folder into the folder that contains your HTML page (including the swfobject.js file and sub-folders). Edit your HTML document using a HTML or text editor. Copy and paste this code block where you want PostcardViewer to appear:
Upload the entire folder contents to your webserver. To view your gallery, navigate to the gallery folder in your browser. Setting Gallery Size and Background Color
To set the gallery size and background color, edit this line from step 3 above:
var fo = new SWFObject("viewer.swf", "viewer", "800", "600", "8", "#181818");
Change the "800" to be the width of your gallery. It can be a pixel value ("800") or a percentage ("50%"). Change the "600" to be the height of your gallery. It can be a pixel value ("600") or a percentage ("50%"). Change the "#181818" to be the hexadecimal background color of your gallery.
So I did this, created a #div on the style sheet and voila- it worked with no problems on all browsers. See it here www.new-york-dog-photography.com/dog-photos.html
I am posting this because there is always a lack of information concerning Flash and photo galleries. It took a very long time to find the answer to this question. I found it by looking up Postcard viewer. I never have these problems with questions about Photoshop or Illustrator. I will be happy to see Flash go. Answered Apr, 17 2012
•Create a basic gallery home page and give the page a name. Display the title of your gallery prominently on the homepage.
Build the page using the following HTML code: <html>
</html> Replace the words "Gallery Title" with the name of your gallery.
•2 Add an exhibit display table to the homepage. Use the following code to create a table where each exhibit displays a clickable preview image in a separate table cell. (This code includes basic homepage code explained Step 1.)
The <table> tag creates an HTML table. Each table row displays within the <tr> and </tr> tags. Each row contains cells contained within <td> and </td> tags. In this example, the table contains two rows of three cells each for a total of six exhibit displays.
•3 Add additional rows to the code in Step 2 by copying over the entire block of code located within the <tr> and </tr> tags and then pasting this code between the last </tr> and the </table> tag.
•4 Add additional cells within an existing row by repeating the following code for each new cell: <td><a href="exhibitpageX.html"><img src="exhibit_imageX.jpg" width=100 height=100><center>Exhibit X</center></a></td>
Include the same number of cells in each row so that the gallery table looks aligned.
•5 Replace "exhibitpageX.html" with the name of the exhibit's individual webpage (to be created in Step 6). Replace "exhibit_imageX.jpg" with the name of the exhibit image. Replace "Exhibit X" located between <center> and </center> with the name of the individual exhibit display.
•6 Create an image thumbnail by specifying the width and height of the image. In the code in Step 2, the width and height of each image are set at 100 pixels. Increase this size to display larger thumbnail images or decrease to display smaller images. Keep all images the same size so that the gallery display looks neat and orderly. If images do not look good, use a graphic design program to professionally alter the images to desired sizes before including them on your gallery website.
•7 Create individual exhibit webpages for each exhibit. Display the exhibit title at the top of the page. Insert a large feature exhibit image. Add a paragraph of text underneath the image explaining the exhibit. Add a link back to the gallery homepage at the bottom of the exhibit page so that visitors can visit further exhibits.
Use the following example exhibit webpage code: <html>
Replace "Exhibit Title" with the name of the exhibit. Replace "exhibit_photo.jpg" with the name of the exhibit image. Insert exhibit descriptive text inside the <p> and </p> tags. Replace "galleryhome.html" with the name of the gallery homepage.
Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_6630453_create-gallery-website.html#ixzz1G9Sk7GKE Answered Mar, 13 2011
1.Go to the "Upload Settings" panel and choose a Web server preset from the "FTP Server" menu. If you are unsure about your Web server's FTP information, your Web hosting vendor can provide it for you.
2.Select "Put in Subfolder" from the "FTP Server" menu window and type the name of the Web folder that will hold your image files.
4.Type the password associated with your Web server and click "Upload" again. Answered Mar, 07 2011