Video, Maps & More...

Embedding Video (& other widgets)

A wide range of Widgets is included in the Online Content Catalogue, which you can insert onto any page, including customizable forms (so people can send feedback from your website), social networking (to add Twitter buttons, Facebook Like buttons and a lot more), flickr or Picasa slideshows, and in Premium a variety of animated photo effects, e-commerce widgets (so you can sell things from your website), even chart widgets and a lot more. Look in the Online Content Catalogue (in the Insert menu) under Components. It couldn’t be easier to embed YouTube videos, or any of the tens of thousands of third party ‘web widgets’.  Most providers of web widgets typically provide a short snippet of HTML on their website, and with Web Designer you can simply paste these directly onto the page. This automatically creates a placeholder with an accurate preview of the widget. Simply preview your web page to see your fully functional widget. If you have a video in MP4 format, you can just drop this on to the page to create an embedded video, along with movie player. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s an example. With embedded movies like this you can just resize it to be any required size on the page. Google Maps It’s just as easy to add an interactive Google (or Bing) Map widget.  Let’s use one of the provided Widgets from the Content Catalogue. Use Insert->From Online Content Catalogue…, go to Components/Print & Web Components/Other Components and import the Google Map widget onto this page. It opens a configuration page. Choose the map size and type you want and go to the location you want on your map. When you have the map as you would like, go to the “Share or Embed” settings (See the menu button top left), choose the Embed Map option, copy the HTML code provided to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then click the Insert button at the bottom of the window. After a few seconds you’ll see your Google map widget inserted on your page. Preview to see your fully functional embedded Google Map. Tip: The Help button at the bottom of the configuration page tells you about each Widget. Within Web Designer the map you see above is simply a static preview. To see the Google map fully working you need to Preview the web page.
Here’s an interactive Google Map of London. In the web browser you can drag it around and change the zoom etc
Philip   Curnow   Photography   provides   an   affordable   and   professional   photographic   service   in   all   of   the   UK,   Wales,   England   and Scotland,    including    RCT ,    Powys ,    Gwent ,    Glamorgan ,    Radnorshire ,    Montgomeryshire,     Shropshire ,    Herefordshire ,    Cheshire , Worcestershire ,   Gloucestershire ,   Llandrindod   Wells ,   Builth   Wells,   Rhayader,   Newtown ,   Llanidloes,   Brecon,   Knighton,   Ceredigion, Aberystwyth,   Cardiff,   Newport,   Abergavenny,   Tredegar,   Ebbw   Vale,   Pontypool,   Pontypridd,   Swansea,   Llandeilo,   Welshpool,   Cwm, Merthyr Tydfil,   Blackwood,   Snowdonia,   Libanus,   Sennybridge,   Chepstow,   Monmouth,   Caerleon,   Presteigne,   Cwmbran,   Bridgend,   Pen- y-bont,   Cardigan,   Aberhafesp,   Mumbles,   Wrexham   and   Llanfair   Caerenion.      Contact   us   via   our   “Contact   Page”,   or   telephone   us   on: 01686 688235.  If we are not here, leave a message  -  but please don’t bother if you are simply cold-call marketing ! The   services   Philip   Curnow   Photography   offers   include   Commercial   Photography,   Advertising   Photography    and   Commercial   Video Production,    Documentary    Photography,    Event    Photography ,    Photographic    Art    (Photo    Art) ,    Historic     and    Family    Photograph Restoration   and   Rescue,   Portrait ,   Sports    and   News   Coverage ,   Wedding   Photography ,   Public   Relations   Photography ,   Pregnancy Photography   and   Family   Photography.      We   also   provide   Property   Photography   for   both   Residential   and   Commercial   (Office,   Retail and   Industrial)   Buildings .   Photographic   Studio   facilities   are   available,   as   well   as   Mobile   Studio   Services   being   available   for   use   at   the clients premises.
Video, Maps & More...

Embedding Video (& other widgets)

A wide range of Widgets is included in the Online Content Catalogue, which you can insert onto any page, including customizable forms (so people can send feedback from your website), social networking (to add Twitter buttons, Facebook Like buttons and a lot more), flickr or Picasa slideshows, and in Premium a variety of animated photo effects, e-commerce widgets (so you can sell things from your website), even chart widgets and a lot more. Look in the Online Content Catalogue (in the Insert menu) under Components. It couldn’t be easier to embed YouTube videos, or any of the tens of thousands of third party ‘web widgets’.  Most providers of web widgets typically provide a short snippet of HTML on their website, and with Web Designer you can simply paste these directly onto the page. This automatically creates a placeholder with an accurate preview of the widget. Simply preview your web page to see your fully functional widget. If you have a video in MP4 format, you can just drop this on to the page to create an embedded video, along with movie player. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s an example. With embedded movies like this you can just resize it to be any required size on the page. Google Maps It’s just as easy to add an interactive Google (or Bing) Map widget.  Let’s use one of the provided Widgets from the Content Catalogue. Use Insert->From Online Content Catalogue…, go to Components/Print & Web Components/Other Components and import the Google Map widget onto this page. It opens a configuration page. Choose the map size and type you want and go to the location you want on your map. When you have the map as you would like, go to the “Share or Embed” settings (See the menu button top left), choose the Embed Map option, copy the HTML code provided to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then click the Insert button at the bottom of the window. After a few seconds you’ll see your Google map widget inserted on your page. Preview to see your fully functional embedded Google Map. Tip: The Help button at the bottom of the configuration page tells you about each Widget. Within Web Designer the map you see above is simply a static preview. To see the Google map fully working you need to Preview the web page.
Here’s an interactive Google Map of London. In the web browser you can drag it around and change the zoom etc
Philip   Curnow   Photography   provides   an   affordable   and   professional   photographic   service   in   all   of   the   UK,   Wales,   England and    Scotland,    including    RCT ,    Powys ,    Gwent ,    Glamorgan ,    Radnorshire ,    Montgomeryshire ,    Shropshire ,    Herefordshire , Cheshire ,    Worcestershire ,    Gloucestershire ,    Llandrindod    Wells ,    Builth    Wells,    Rhayader,    Newtown ,    Llanidloes,    Brecon, Knighton,   Ceredigion,   Aberystwyth,   Cardiff,   Newport,   Abergavenny,   Tredegar,   Ebbw   Vale,   Pontypool,   Pontypridd,   Swansea, Llandeilo,   Welshpool,   Cwm,   Merthyr   Tydfil,   Blackwood,   Snowdonia,   Libanus,   Sennybridge,   Chepstow,   Monmouth,   Caerleon, Presteigne,   Cwmbran,   Bridgend,   Pen-y-bont,   Cardigan,   Aberhafesp,   Mumbles,   Wrexham   and   Llanfair   Caerenion.      Contact   us via   our   “Contact   Page”,   or   telephone   us   on:   01686   688235.      If   we   are   not   here,   leave   a   message      -      but   please   don’t   bother   if you are simply cold-call marketing ! The   services   Philip   Curnow   Photography   offers   include   Commercial   Photography, Advertising   Photography    and   Commercial Video    Production,    Documentary    Photography,    Event    Photography ,    Photographic    Art    (Photo    Art) ,    Historic     and    Family Photograph    Restoration    and    Rescue,    Portrait ,    Sports     and    News    Coverage ,    Wedding    Photography ,    Public    Relations Photography ,   Pregnancy   Photography   and   Family   Photography.      We   also   provide   Property   Photography   for   both   Residential and   Commercial   (Office,   Retail   and   Industrial)   Buildings .   Photographic   Studio   facilities   are   available,   as   well   as   Mobile   Studio Services being available for use at the clients premises.
Video, Maps & More...

Embedding Video (& other widgets)

A wide range of Widgets is included in the Online Content Catalogue, which you can insert onto any page, including customizable forms (so people can send feedback from your website), social networking (to add Twitter buttons, Facebook Like buttons and a lot more), flickr or Picasa slideshows, and in Premium a variety of animated photo effects, e-commerce widgets (so you can sell things from your website), even chart widgets and a lot more. Look in the Online Content Catalogue (in the Insert menu) under Components. It couldn’t be easier to embed YouTube videos, or any of the tens of thousands of third party ‘web widgets’.  Most providers of web widgets typically provide a short snippet of HTML on their website, and with Web Designer you can simply paste these directly onto the page. This automatically creates a placeholder with an accurate preview of the widget. Simply preview your web page to see your fully functional widget. If you have a video in MP4 format, you can just drop this on to the page to create an embedded video, along with movie player. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s an example. With embedded movies like this you can just resize it to be any required size on the page. Google Maps It’s just as easy to add an interactive Google (or Bing) Map widget.  Let’s use one of the provided Widgets from the Content Catalogue. Use Insert->From Online Content Catalogue…, go to Components/Print & Web Components/Other Components and import the Google Map widget onto this page. It opens a configuration page. Choose the map size and type you want and go to the location you want on your map. When you have the map as you would like, go to the “Share or Embed” settings (See the menu button top left), choose the Embed Map option, copy the HTML code provided to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then click the Insert button at the bottom of the window. After a few seconds you’ll see your Google map widget inserted on your page. Preview to see your fully functional embedded Google Map. Tip: The Help button at the bottom of the configuration page tells you about each Widget. Within Web Designer the map you see above is simply a static preview. To see the Google map fully working you need to Preview the web page.
Here’s an interactive Google Map of London. In the web browser you can drag it around and change the zoom etc
Video, Maps & More...

Embedding Video (& other widgets)

A wide range of Widgets is included in the Online Content Catalogue, which you can insert onto any page, including customizable forms (so people can send feedback from your website), social networking (to add Twitter buttons, Facebook Like buttons and a lot more), flickr or Picasa slideshows, and in Premium a variety of animated photo effects, e-commerce widgets (so you can sell things from your website), even chart widgets and a lot more. Look in the Online Content Catalogue (in the Insert menu) under Components. It couldn’t be easier to embed YouTube videos, or any of the tens of thousands of third party ‘web widgets’.  Most providers of web widgets typically provide a short snippet of HTML on their website, and with Web Designer you can simply paste these directly onto the page. This automatically creates a placeholder with an accurate preview of the widget. Simply preview your web page to see your fully functional widget. If you have a video in MP4 format, you can just drop this on to the page to create an embedded video, along with movie player. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s an example. With embedded movies like this you can just resize it to be any required size on the page. Google Maps It’s just as easy to add an interactive Google (or Bing) Map widget.  Let’s use one of the provided Widgets from the Content Catalogue. Use Insert->From Online Content Catalogue…, go to Components/Print & Web Components/Other Components and import the Google Map widget onto this page. It opens a configuration page. Choose the map size and type you want and go to the location you want on your map. When you have the map as you would like, go to the “Share or Embed” settings (See the menu button top left), choose the Embed Map option, copy the HTML code provided to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then click the Insert button at the bottom of the window. After a few seconds you’ll see your Google map widget inserted on your page. Preview to see your fully functional embedded Google Map. Tip: The Help button at the bottom of the configuration page tells you about each Widget. Within Web Designer the map you see above is simply a static preview. To see the Google map fully working you need to Preview the web page.
Here’s an interactive Google Map of London. In the web browser you can drag it around and change the zoom etc
Philip   Curnow   Photography   provides   an   affordable   and   professional   photographic   service   in   all   of   the   UK,   Wales,   England   and   Scotland,   including   RCT , Powys ,   Gwent,    Glamorgan ,   Radnorshire ,   Montgomeryshire ,   Shropshire ,   Herefordshire ,   Cheshire ,   Worcestershire ,   Gloucestershire ,   Llandrindod   Wells , Builth   Wells,   Rhayader,   Newtown ,   Llanidloes,   Brecon,   Knighton,   Ceredigion, Aberystwyth,   Cardiff,   Newport, Abergavenny, Tredegar,   Ebbw   Vale,   Pontypool, Pontypridd,    Swansea,    Llandeilo,    Welshpool,    Cwm,    Merthyr   Tydfil,    Blackwood,    Snowdonia,    Libanus,    Sennybridge,    Chepstow,    Monmouth,    Caerleon, Presteigne,   Cwmbran,   Bridgend,   Pen-y-bont,   Cardigan,   Aberhafesp,   Mumbles,   Wrexham   and   Llanfair   Caerenion.      Contact   us   via   our   “Contact   Page”,   or telephone us on: 01686 688235.  If we are not here, leave a message  -  but please don’t bother if you are simply cold-call marketing ! The    services    Philip    Curnow    Photography    offers    include    Commercial    Photography,    Advertising    Photography     and    Commercial    Video    Production, Documentary   Photography,   Event   Photography ,   Photographic   Art   (Photo   Art) ,   Historic    and   Family   Photograph   Restoration   and   Rescue,   Portrait ,   Sports   and   News   Coverage ,   Wedding   Photography ,   Public   Relations   Photography ,   Pregnancy   Photography   and   Family   Photography.      We   also   provide   Property Photography   for   both   Residential   and   Commercial   (Office,   Retail   and   Industrial)   Buildings .   Photographic   Studio   facilities   are   available,   as   well   as   Mobile Studio Services being available for use at the clients premises.