PICLENS/COOLIRIS

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i use a great programme on my comp called piclens(now cooliris)i am sure some of u have used it before.it is a great little programme for view pics on website and for people viewing pics on your website very easy to use and do it is all done with HTML and cooliris does the work for you Give it a try

http://www.cooliris.com

also it is free
hope yous like it
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Ruth

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Thanks for the cool link homer197
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rajan

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but how to put crossdomain.xml in to the web root ??
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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This is not possible with Yola as you do not have access to the root directory of your site.
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Pricey

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Can Cooliris be used with Yola? I followed the wizard at Cooliris and cannot seem to get it running.
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Connor McCarra, Champion

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Here it is running inside Yola:enteradomainname.yolasite.com
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Marije, Official Rep

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Hi Pricey - the same still applies, Cooliris requires you to add files to your root directory. Unfortunately this is not accessibly on Yola. Feel free to post Cooliris' requirements here and I'll confirm for you.
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Marije, Official Rep

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We replied at the same time :) Connor - would you mind posting the steps for Pricey?
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Connor McCarra, Champion

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Yep will do! Was waiting to see if this was what he was after.
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KanThaiDecor

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I was able to do this also....it says you can add your picasa or flickr feed but it has not worked so far....Sure it is just me missing something
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Connor McCarra, Champion

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<!--
Add a html widget to where you what the gallery to display and add this code:

<object id="o"
classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"
width="600"
height="370">
<param name="movie"
value="http://apps.cooliris.com/embed/coolir..." />
<param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" />
<param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always" />
<param name="flashvars" value="feed=api://www.flickr.com/?search=neon" />
<embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
src="http://apps.cooliris.com/embed/coolir..."
flashvars="feed=api://www.flickr.com/?search=neon"
width="600"
height="370"
allowFullScreen="true"
allowScriptAccess="always">
</embed>
</object>

The gallery works with feeds, this is the only way you can add photos to it. The wall can display both API feeds from Flickr and Picasa and MediaRSS feeds.

The embed wall above is set up to display pictures from a search for neon on flickr. You will have to fiddle about with it a bit to get used to how it works and how to show your own photos on it.

I haved tried it before but it might work with the Yola blog feed. If it did you could add photo posts of the images you want then give it the url of your blog feed. Hope this makes sense to you, ask if you have any questions.

Connor

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Thanks Connor, I got the wall up. I am now wanting it to go to my picassa web albums. Any ideas? I note you have had a go trying this too?
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Wonderful, thank you Connor!