Creating Adobe Flash badges
In Photo Album, you can share your pictures on other websites by creating HTML or Flash® photo badges of a single photo or multiple photos. For your photo badge, select from public photos that you tagged with a specific value or photos from any of your public galleries. Depending on the type of badge you create, you can also specify badge details, such as the layout, color, and number of photos to display on the badge.
After you create the badge, we provide the HTML code to copy and paste into the Web pages where you want the badge to display. For more information about creating a photo badge for an individual photo, see (Creating HTML Photo Badges of Individual Photos). For more information about creating a Flash photo badge, see (Creating Flash Photo Badges).
Note: Photo badges use the first photos in your gallery. You can change the photos that display in your badge by reorganizing the order in which they display in your gallery. For more information, see (Organizing Photos in Photo Galleries.)
You can save badges and display the badge code or view badge details, such as the date saved, at any time. To view your saved badges, see Viewing Your Saved Badges.
To Create a Flash Photo Badge
- Log in to your Account Manager.
- Click GoDaddy Photo Album.
- In your GoDaddy Photo Album Account list, click Manage next to the account you want to modify.
- From the Tools menu, select Create Badge.
- On the Select a Badge page, select Flash Gallery badge, and then click Next.
- On the Select Photos page, select one of the following:
- Public photos from your gallery
- Indicates you want to use a public photo from a specific gallery and allows you to select the gallery.
- Public photos tagged with
- Indicates you want to use a public photo that has a specific tag and allows you to select the tag.
- Click Next.
- On the Set Layout page, specify the following:
- Display title
- Specify whether you want the site title to display on the badge.
- Number of photos to display
- Select the number of photos you want to display on the badge.
- Shuffle Speed
- Set the frequency with which the photos cycle.
- Click Next.
- On the Select Background Color page, select the color from the palette or enter the color values, and then click Finish.
- From the Here is the code area, select and copy the code, and then paste it into the code on your Web page.
- To save the badge, in the Badge name field, enter the name, and then click Save.