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Slate: How do I incorporate Slate content into a website?

Is it possible to incorporate something I've created in Slate to my website?

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6 years ago

Have you looked at the Embed Code option in Sharing? It copies the code necessary to embed the Slate in Wordpress, Websites, etc to your clipboard? That code can be pasted into a variety of places to provide access to your Slate.

Or were you looking for something different?
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6 years ago

Will this procedure allow the Slate to be viewed (embedded) in the website or will it open a browser?

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Here is an example of what an embed looks like in a Wordpress blog: https://fleetingglimpseimages.wordpre...
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6 years ago

Either way is acceptable, although I would prefer it open in a different tab. Thanks for the reply!

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The "open in a different tab" would be a great feature request.
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Yes! And by the way, is it possible to remove the 'made by Slate' information, or are we stuck with that in exchange for it being "free?"

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Add your voice to this feature request: http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
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In addition, one of our engineers offered this:

You can modify the embed code so that the < a > tag has an attribute target="_blank" and that will cause it to open up in a new window/tab.

Example: < *a href="some_url" target="_blank...> (with the * removed)
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This link doesn't work.

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There isn't a link there - just a code example. I have put asterisks in to make it display the bare code.
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Here is an example from another user of embedding code onto a webpage (from Facebook)
I thought it might be interesting to see if you could embed a Adobe Voice & Slate publication within an existing...

Posted by Tony Redhead on Saturday, April 4, 2015
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Oh, ok.

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Yes. My frustration at the moment, however, is the fact that I have to inwillingfully advertise for Adobe on my website, with its advertisement footer, which looks extremely unprofessional for my application...makes me look ameteurish. If Adobe wants to say something is free, then let it be free, or at least add a purchase option for those who don't want to promote their product, while looking like an amateur in the process. At best, Slate seems to be aimed at Middle School to Uppper School kids...business people need not apply.

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Have you chimed in and added your vote on the thread requesting that option? http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
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6 years ago

So we can't embed it so that the whole story is viewable/scrollable without leaving my webpage?

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It depends upon your skill with Web coding and your hosting service: Some reading that might help you along: http://tonyredhead.com/adobe/aodbe-sl...
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled I understand you host the site for me... is there a way to have that be my own si....

I would like to have what I created be on my own domain... not just a link on a page. Is there any way to make this happen and have what I created be on my own domain?

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6 years ago

A user posted a nice write-up on embedding Slate stories on your blog or website, and even offers an alternative that does not pop open a new window. You may want to check it out:

http://tonyredhead.com/adobe/aodbe-sl...

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5 years ago

Hi! I would really really like it if we didnt have to advertise the adobe slate, I feel like its really unprofessional. Perhaps offer an upgrade to be able to use our own domain and a business account so there's no advertisement?? On a happy note this is an amazing idea and I really love it!

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5 years ago

ditto on the no Adobe slate advertisement. As a photographer its like saying....heres how u can just make it yourself so no need to pay me

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I used this code: 

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5 years ago

There's no reason to use Slate if your intention is to put content on your website or blog. What you want is a customizable theme that has cool features like parallax and full-width images, text animations etc. Personally I use Divi with Wordpress. You can do almost all the Slate stuff yourself. No advertising for Adobe required. (By the way I imagine eventually Adobe will launch this as a paid service with custom URLs and no ads, but this is just the beta stage).

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I agree with you but slate is even more intuitive than Divi (which is already very intuitive)