Web Gallery A-Go-Go

Rikk Flohr, photographer, trainer and Twin Cities Lightroom User Group member, recently presented “Building a PayPal Functional Web Gallery in Lightroom” using LightroomGalleries.com’s HTML and Flash PayPal galleries at the March UG event. He’s created a follow up article here for folks who couldn’t be at the event.

For photographers looking for a web gallery designed specifically for the the iPhone, Matthew Campagna from The Turning Gate released his TTG iPhone Portfolio Gallery.

Additionally, Matthew has set out to produce a series of tutorials walking users through their first Lightroom-produced website. His first article “An Introduction to FTP: Putting your stuff online” tries to demystify FTP for folks who find putting their work online a daunting task.

Christian Løverås, of Oslo, Norway, blogs about adding Google Analytics JavaScript to Lightroom HTML web template.

Finally, a round up of resources for creating your own gallery templates for use in Lightroom’s Web module:

Sean McCormack’s 5-part series on creating a Lightroom Gallery:

Anatomy of a HTML Gallery
The galleryInfo.lrweb file
The manifest.lrweb and html files
Adding styles
Live Update

While folks have been reverse engineering Lightroom’s web templates since the initial beta with some help from the LR team, the web engine functionality is now officially documented in Lightroom’s SDK.

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  1. I’ll be doing more tutorials when I get time.[Thanks Sean. Give me a shout when you post something. - JT]

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