Add an Adobe Spark Page to Portfolio

Adobe Portfolio

If you want to include a Spark Page in your Adobe Portfolio, create a custom page and select the Embed Media option. Use the the code snippet below as a guidline — just be sure to replace the ‘XXX’ with the the ID of your spark page. You can also adjust the width and height to fit your Behance/Portfolio page.

<iframe src=”https://spark.adobe.com/page/XXX/embed.html” width=”512″ height=”256″ border=”0″ style=”border:0;”></iframe>

You can also choose to link to a Spark Page. Click here for more information, including benefits and drawbacks.


 


Adobe Portfolio

Posted on 04-04-2016


Comments

  • By Matt O'Brien - 7:56 AM on April 4, 2016  

    Yes but …..

    Adobe and Slate still do not allow me use my metadata. I have to retype these items if I want to use Slate.

    Adobe consistently do the hard work and deliver the core functionality but never finish anything, totally ignoring efficient workflow.

    Flickr makes it real easy to use metadata, I can automate the use of my metadata with WordPress, Lightroom provides the tools to enter and manage metadata, but Adobe ignores metadata where it counts (ie Mobile apps and Web based products such as Slate).

  • By Matt O'Brien - 7:57 AM on April 4, 2016  

    ……… “I have to retype these items if I want to use Slate” such as Title and Caption.

  • By Lynette Batton - 12:22 PM on April 4, 2016  

    Thanks so much for sharing, can’t wait to get home and give it a try 🙂

  • By Kathryn Kempke - 6:57 AM on April 5, 2016  

    Thank you ! I put this request in on the site you suggested in a prior post, and here it is !

  • By Sam Nordemann - 4:55 PM on April 6, 2016  

    Great write up on the portfolio site overall.

    As a retoucher, not a photographer, one question. Is there a method to show before/after images using Adobe Portfolio?

    Or, would I have to create those as standalone pages hosted else where and use this method to embed them in the site?

    • By Julieanne Kost - 3:15 PM on April 14, 2016  

      I would use the print module in Lightroom. make the template the size that you want to include in your portfolio, then choose to print to JPEG under the Print Job options. Those JPEGS can then be uploaded to your Portfolio site