How to Publish a Web Gallery Using iPhoto

Posted April 30, 2008 at 2:55pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 12991 views

These are instructions on how to publish your iPhoto pictures to a Web Gallery. In order to use this feature you must have a .Mac membership.

Step One
Launch iPhoto by selecting its icon in the dock


Step Two
Select an album or event from the iPhoto library.


Step Three
Select Web Gallery from the Share Menu.


Step Four
If you have not signed in to .Mac on this computer you will be prompted to do so. Click the Sign In button


Enter your dotMac Member Name and Password then click the Sign In button.


Step Five
Select Web Gallery from the Share Menu again if required.


Step Six
Select who can view the album from the Album Viewable by: dropdown.


You can select Everyone, Only me, or you can create a user list by clicking Edit Names and Passwords....


You can add users by clicking the + button. Click the OK button when you are done adding users.


You can allow Downloading of photos or entire album, Uploading of photos via web browser, and Adding of photos via email by checking their respective boxes. You can also choose to show Photo titles and Email address for uploading photos. Click the Publish button when done.


Step Seven
iPhoto will publish your gallery to .Mac. Notice on the left side of the window your gallery name will appear under the Web Gallery section.


Step Eight
Select the newly created Web Gallery from the list on the left side of the window. You will then be shown the url for the gallery at the top of the iPhoto window. This is the url you would give to people so they can view your Web Gallery!


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Claire - May 16, 2008 at 10:16am
What if you can\'t see \"Web Gallery\" in iphoto? i dont have ilife 08, is that the problem? Please Help!
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