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18
Mar
2011
Inspiration,Spice up your Site:

Adding a Picasa slideshow to your Glosite

UPDATE: Now that Picasa is linked to Google+, some of the features have changed slightly. The directions below are still valid if you work via the old Picasa web interface, which you can find but cutting and pasting the original link into your browser: https://picasaweb.google.com/home

I’ve had a few questions lately about how to add a Picasa slideshow to one of your Glösite pages. In case others are wondering the same thing, here’s a quick video that should help. (for some reason, the video appears to go faster than the recording, but I hope it’s close enough to make sense!)

To recap, the key steps are:
1) Ensure your album (or image) has the right visibility settings: Either Public or Visible to anyone with the link
2) grab the embed code from the lower-right side of the picasa page for that album or image
3) Paste the embed code onto your Glösite page – either into the widget box or using the “html” button of the text editor
4) Save your page, and view!

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