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PSA SE doesn't let you do this, but any of the paid for versions do - i.e. PSA 2 or PSE 3/4/5.
Thanks....I will give one of them a try.
In fact, PSE5 has a really cool new feature called Photo Gallery. You can build a Flash based photo gallery and then post it either to you own website with built in FTP support, or post it to adobe's new online sharing service Photoshop Showcase.
Here's an example that was posted to Showcase.
Thanks. I had used the software and service that came with my camera to create albums and post them to share. They have since started to charge a fee. Since the albums I have already created are totally dependant on their software, I will have to pay to continue to have access to them. I thought if I could create albums totally independently of a service, I will always have access. Hence, my research into Adobe's software and a possible link to a website.
When you created the Showcase, does the gallery exist outside or independently of Showcase?
The gallery is independant of the Showcase service.
You create it in Photoshop Elements 5, and then can do a number of things with it. Save it to your hard disk, burn it to a DVD, upload it to your own website, or post it at Showcase.