How to Embed Photos from Picasa Web Albums on a Website?

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You can embed photos, photo album or a slideshow from Picasa Web Albums on a website. To embed photos, go to https://picasaweb.google.com and select a photo or an album or a slideshow to embed. Click "Link to this Photo" or "Link to this Album" and copy the HTML code and paste it in the source code on your website. If you are looking for a step by step process to embed photos from Picasa Web Albums on a website, read below.

Embed Photos on a Website:

  1. Open the photo which you want to embed.
  2. Click "Link to this Photo" located at the right of the window.
  3. Set your image size.
  4. Copy the HTML code located in "Embed Image" and paste it in the source code on your site.

Embed Albums on a Website:

  1. Click "My Photos" tab located at the top of the window.
  2. Click your album.
  3. Click "Link to this album" located at right of the window.
  4. Copy the HTML code located in "Paste HTML to embed in website" and paste it in the source code on your site.

Embed Slideshows on a Website:

  1. Click "My Photos" tab located at the top of the window.
  2. Click your album.
  3. Click "Link to this album" located at right of the window.
  4. Select "Embed Slideshow".
  5. Set the slideshow settings.
  6. Copy the HTML code and paste it in the source code on your site.

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