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Old Flash Lightroom photo galery conversion to HTML5 due to the elimination of Flash

Community Beginner ,
Jun 24, 2020

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Dear Lightroom Classic community,

 

I created my first photographer website in 2000. I created the galleries in Lightroom and based on Flash.

These galleries are still available to a limited extent today. An example:

http://www.christeau.hu/fooldal/szabadteri/1/

The complete phasing out of Flash has been announced, do they provide a solution for converting previous galleries to HTML5?

I would have to rework thousands of photos, it's an unsolvable task, if there is no solution to it.

How can I convert an existing file structure base from Flash to HTML5.

They must have thought before announcing the termination to convert current FLASH based pages, as product support.

What is the solution and where can I find it and how does it work?


Thank you for your answer!

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Old Flash Lightroom photo galery conversion to HTML5 due to the elimination of Flash

Community Beginner ,
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Dear Lightroom Classic community,

 

I created my first photographer website in 2000. I created the galleries in Lightroom and based on Flash.

These galleries are still available to a limited extent today. An example:

http://www.christeau.hu/fooldal/szabadteri/1/

The complete phasing out of Flash has been announced, do they provide a solution for converting previous galleries to HTML5?

I would have to rework thousands of photos, it's an unsolvable task, if there is no solution to it.

How can I convert an existing file structure base from Flash to HTML5.

They must have thought before announcing the termination to convert current FLASH based pages, as product support.

What is the solution and where can I find it and how does it work?


Thank you for your answer!

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LEGEND ,
Jun 24, 2020

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Lightroom Classic hasn't used Flash based web galleries for a LONG time.  I don't even remember which version was the last to use Flash.  You will just have to convert your old galleries. 

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Jun 24, 2020

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Thank you for your help.
How to convert my old galleries?

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LEGEND ,
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I don't know how you have your galleries and website set up as you said your link was to a Flash Gallery and I haven't had Flash installed for years.  I have a webside with a hand coded Home page that links to several Lightroom galleries and other hand coded pages with internal links back to the Home page.  Each galleries photos were/are in collections and it was extremely easy to just recreate the Galleries using the new HTML5 templates once I got one to work and then upload them.  I can't help you anymore than that unless you provide more detail on how you website is constructed.  

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 25, 2020

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Dear Bob Somrak,

Thank you for your help!

I am looking for a solution that using the directory structure created by
the old Lightroom converts Flash technology to HTML5.

Best regards,

Krisztian Porszasz

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Jun 25, 2020

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You can't convert them, you'll have to create them again.

 

Which directory structure do you mean? The folders generated by a Flash template are different from those generated by one of the HTML5 templates. Or do you mean folders on your web server? So you put a Flash gallery for Italy pictures in www.prorszasz.com/italy/, for example, and you want to do that again. In that case, output the HTML5 and upload it to the same folder, probably after deleting whatever was in /italy/. Do you know how to access folders on your web site using Dreamweaver or some other FTP tool? But basically you're going to have to recreate, not convert.

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