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Are web slideshows dead & buried?

Explorer ,
Nov 14, 2021 Nov 14, 2021

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In the ancient version of Eleements, I was able to create a web slideshow that I was able to upload to my home page.  I can't find anything like that in the latest (trial) version.

 

Is there any feature in the latest version to that can help me get phots (with captions) on to my home page? (and one page at a time with me having to produce an index etc is not what I am after)

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 15, 2021 Nov 15, 2021
Thank you for the time you put into your response.  Sadly, paying a monthly fee (for Lightroom) for something I use every few years isn't really sensible. I guess that's the end of putting photos on my website. By @steerage250
There are free solutions like: https://www.opensourcecms.com/image-gallery-software/ (I have no personal experience with web galleries)

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Nov 14, 2021 Nov 14, 2021

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I think that what you are calling web slideshows are now called "web galleries". That's a way to store and organize your pictures with a 'filmstrip' to navigate easily in your photo collection. That's something like the F11 full view to run instant slideshows on your computer. You can store such galleries in your own personal website or export it to be used on a different computer.

Unfortunately, you are right that the feature has been removed from Photoshop Elements in PSE11, together with the ability to create your own customized slideshows with transitions and effects. The main reason was the necessity to offer a 64-bits version of the plugin; but there was also another reason for the web gallery. It relied on an old Adobe platform which did no longer offer security against web attacks.

So, now you only get automated, not customizable slideshows with PSE, you need Premiere Elements for that. Web galleries are available in Lightroom.

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Thank you for the time you put into your response.  Sadly, paying a monthly fee (for Lightroom) for something I use every few years isn't really sensible.

 

I guess that's the end of putting photos on my website.

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Thank you for the time you put into your response.  Sadly, paying a monthly fee (for Lightroom) for something I use every few years isn't really sensible.

 

I guess that's the end of putting photos on my website.


By @steerage250

 

There are free solutions like:

https://www.opensourcecms.com/image-gallery-software/

 

(I have no personal experience with web galleries)

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