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You can follow the steps to create the web gallery in depth from the link below:
In the step 8 the subfolder name which you will give can be the destinate folder which can be defined for creating Pinterest URL .
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Thanks for taking the time to answer.
As I said, I'm looking to create a web-template.
In other words, I dont want to have to use dreamweaver (or similar) to adjust the URL for every picture that gets uploaded from lightroom.
To put another way, how can i programmatically get the unique URL of each image, in order to place that URL in the same html page which contains the image.
I was hoping that the server path would be stored or accessible through the model object or perhaps an API class, after all, it seems I can obtain virtually everything else about the images including the relative path but this doesnt totally meet my needs.
Hope that better explains what I'm after.
Just to be totally clear...
I dont want to have to use a seperate web-template for each gallery I create so hard-coding the subfolder in the template itself is not really an option.
Hi Rob. I'm going to shift this over to the Lightroom SDK forum where the plug-in and web gallery developers hang out, as they may be better able to help.
Not sure I even chose a forum when I posted my question. Apologies if I missed something there!
(first time user you see :-)
No issue Rob; most people never discover the SDK forum exists. Hopefully these guys will be able to help.