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PostPosted: Sat Mar 06, 2010 1:19 am 
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Hello,

I'm a newbie here and a bit of a beginner, I have a slide show, and have created a download from imagehost.

I have a friend in China, who has a hard time understanding English and isn't very familiar with downloading and that stuff, I want to find out if there is a way to post a workable slide show on the internet somewhere, . . where my friend can just go to the address and click it on ??

Like I do have a Google Blog and I think that this can be done ??

Is there an easier way some where ?


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I found ;

How to Add Slideshow in Blogger

Instructions
Things You'll Need:

* Computer and Internet Access
* Photos in Photobucket


Step 1

Log on to your Photobucket album.

Step 2

Create a "subalbum" (if you haven't already) by uploading photos that you'd like for your Slideshow. Note-- do not choose the "create a Slideshow" option in Photobucket.

Step 3

Keep your Photobucket page open for later use.

Step 4

Log on to Blogger in another window.

Step 5

Go to "Dashboard."



Click "Layout."

Step 7

Click "Add gadget."

Step 8

Click "Slideshow."

Step 9

Title your Slideshow and then choose "other." Keep this window open.

Step 10

Go back to Photobucket and at the bottom of your "subalbum" in the left hand corner it will say "public feed" and "album feed." You want to right click on "album feed" to open it in a new window. If you click on "public feed" it will create a Slideshow of all of your Photobucket images.

Step 11

Copy that URL.

Step 12

Go back to blogger and paste that "subalbum" feed address into the box that says "feed."

Step 13

Preview the Slideshow.

Step 14

Save changes. You're done.


Has anyone done this ?

Is there a timer for the slide show, like how fast it will click off frames ?


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I went to PB and can only find create an Album, . . is there suppose to be a way to create a "sub album" ?


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I found that photobucket and Google Blogger slideshow creation, would be unreliable for dial up connections and the top speed would be .7, which is to slow for animated type slideshows, . .

any suggestions ?

Thanks for all the replies.


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