How do I embed photos from Photoshop.com on a web page?

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  1. Choose Online Tools > Photoshop Express at the top of the Photoshop.com home page. Sign in, if prompted.

  2. Select the photo, video, or album that you want to embed. To embed an album, its privacy setting must be set to Public.

  3. Choose Link Or Embed from the Share menu at the bottom of the window, and then choose one of the following options:

  4. Choose Link To Grid to get a link to the grid view of your album.

  5. Choose Link To Slideshow to get a link to a slideshow of your album. You can customize the slideshow by clicking Customize Slideshow in the Email Link To Slideshow dialog box.

  6. Choose Link/Embed Selected Item to get a link to just the selected photo or video. This option is unavailable (that is, dimmed) when you have an album selected.



  7. In the dialog box that opens, click Copy to copy the URL for the selected photo, video, or album.

  8. Add the URL to the web page you want to embed the link on.

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Justin Bartley

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can you post a video of how to do this on youtube cause this aint working forme
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Justin Bartley

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for me *sorry*
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Chris Chris

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Hi Justin,

I cannot say for sure, but I had embedded slideshows and they do not work anymore. It seems that embedding is no longer possible except for FB, Twitter and G+

Can someone confirm this ?
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I just went through the process, and found no way to embed anything, except with the three social media sites listed... In other words, no way to embed Photoshop.com content on your own website.... Which is unfortunate.
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Is Robert's impression correct?
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Amreek, Employee

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Hi,

There are options available on the Album Share dialog. See snapshot below

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To use the iframe code in the previous comment, you'll need:

- a public gallery

- to replace http://www.photoshop.com/users/user/a... with the URL of your slideshow

For the last point, use Amreek's advise. And copy either the Gallery or the Slideshow address, depending on your needs.

To get this page, click on the "Organize" button within your gallery page. This is the 3rd box displayed below:

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