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Photo Books

Create a book you’ll never want to put down.

Making a photo book with Photos is simple and fun with brand-new designs and intuitive tools. Choose from a variety of sizes in both hardcover and softcover, including new square formats. Just select your favorite shots and choose a theme. Photos helps you get started by automatically laying out your pictures — and you can customize your book with text, two-page spreads, maps, and more.

Classic Landscape

.99

SOFTCOVER

Medium

8×6 inches

20 pages

49¢/additional page

.99

HARDCOVER

Large

11×8.5 inches

20 pages

99¢/additional page

.99

HARDCOVER

Extra large

13×10 inches

20 pages

.49/additional page

Square

.99

SOFTCOVER

Large

8×8 inches

20 pages

79¢/additional page

.99

HARDCOVER

Large

8×8 inches

20 pages

79¢/additional page

.99

HARDCOVER

Extra large

10×10 inches

20 pages

99¢/additional page

Calendars

Give your best photos their day.

Make every day special with a one-of-a-kind photo calendar. Just pick your photos and choose a theme. Then import holidays, birthdays, and events with a click, and even add photos and captions to individual dates for celebrating special days throughout the year.

Calendars

.99 ea

13×10.4 inches

12 months

.49/additional month

  • Make your calendar up to 24 months long.

Cards

Send a message from the heart.

Give loved ones your best photos by turning them into stunning folding or flat cards that you can create in minutes. Choose from classic designs in a variety of new themes, or try our letterpress cards with beautifully crafted designs pressed into 100 percent premium cotton paper. And add text to your cards for an even more personal touch.

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Description

  • The following wizard generates the code for creating a image slideshow that will allow visitors to flip through a series of photos on your website. Includes controls and descriptions for your picture slideshow.

Steps

  1. Fill in the settings and name for your slideshow. Autoplay Delay controls how many seconds each image is displayed before going to the next image when "Play" is clicked.
  2. Enter the location of the images in the "Slide Image Address" box for each slide (example http://www.yoursite.com/images/photo.jpg). Next to it you can enter a short description for each image.
  3. Generate the HTML and JavaScript code for your slideshow (button at bottom)
  4. You can preview your script (button at bottom)
  5. Copy and Paste the Source Code into your HTML page

Example

Note

  • There is a which contains many more options. However, it also takes up much more code.
  • Version 1.6 I added "Side Show ID" which allows you to have more than one slideshow on the same page. For each new slideshow on the page, you will need to give it a unique ID (eg; slide1, slide2, slide3, etc). If you are only going to have one slideshow one the page, you can leave this setting unchanged.
Autoplay Delay: Seconds Slide Show Title: Slide Show ID:
(change ID if multiple slideshows are on one page) Slide Image Address Slide Text Description generate to view code

July 9, 2010 - 6:28am — Anonymous

Thank you very much. I've spend about 5 hours looking for something simple as this (and in a simple code which I can modify a little for my needs).
I was wondering if it was possible to enable an autostart (when the page is loaded), without clicking the start button.
Thanks again!

July 9, 2010 - 1:55pm — ricocheting

you can make it autostart by adding:
window.onload=function(){document.ff.fa.value="Stop";auto();} at the bottom of the javascript right before the closing

December 26, 2010 - 7:36pm — Anonymous

I was having problems getting the above autoplay-on-load feature working when I used multiple slideshows on the same page. I found the issue was related to the "Slide Show ID." There were 2 places in the code I needed to specify the name of the form/slideshow.

Here is what I came up with:

window.onload=function(){document.ff_NAMEOFMYSLIDESHOW.fa.value="Stop";auto_NAMEOFMYSLIDESHOW();}


In BOLD are the critical missing elements if you are using a custom slideshow ID (other than the default "slide1" one).

Just wanted to share my results. Thank you again!

July 13, 2010 - 10:40am — Anonymous

Is there any way that the photos from the slide show be made to resize to fit screen? I have some portrait and some landscape. I can force a fixed size but that distorts my image. If I don't put in the size control then my images are too large and the controls are off screen.

July 14, 2010 - 6:34pm —

You can stick a width="640" property on the and NOT put the height tag. That generally allows the height to automatically adjust so the image won't distort.

However, for the best results you should edit/resize the images themselves before you upload them to your website.

August 17, 2010 - 9:00pm — Anonymous

Is there a way to resize the whole slide show area. I want the whole thing to be about a width of 350 and height of 600?

August 19, 2010 - 12:50pm —

If you want to set a static width and height, you can edit the table

<table cellpadding="3" style="border:1px black solid;border-collapse:collapse;">

and update it to the width and height you want.

<table cellpadding="3" style="border:1px black solid;border-collapse:collapse;" width="350" height="600">

February 13, 2011 - 9:58am — Anonymous

Hi great code, works very well and I appreciate the work and glad to give you the link.

I would like to have the show stop at the end of the images instead of a continuous loop.

Have a great Day!

February 13, 2011 - 3:20pm —

Change the autoplay function from something like (the 5000 number might be different depending on Autoplay Delay entered):

function auto() {
if(document.ff.fa.value == "Stop"){
rotate(++x);setTimeout("auto()", 5000);}} to
function auto() {
if(document.ff.fa.value == "Stop" && x!=document.ff.slide.length-1){
rotate(++x);setTimeout("auto()", 5000);}
else{document.ff.fa.value="Start"}}

February 21, 2011 - 4:18pm — Anonymous

I would like to remove the play buttons and the slide selector. How would I do that without messing up the sideshow from running?

February 22, 2011 - 8:29pm —

You can remove the play/stop/next/last/prev buttons by deleting (or commenting out) the following:

<tr><td align="center" style="border:1px black solid;">
<input type="button" onclick="rotate(0);" value="ll&lt;&lt;" title="Jump to beginning" />
<input type="button" onclick="rotate(x-1);" value="&lt;&lt;" title="Last Picture" />
<input type="button" name="fa" onClick="this.value=((this.value=='Stop')?'Start':'Stop');auto();" value="Start" title="Autoplay" style="width:75px;" />
<input type="button" onclick="rotate(x+1);" value="&gt;&gt;" title="Next Picture" />
<input type="button" onclick="rotate(this.form.slide.length-1);" value="&gt;&gt;ll" title="Jump to end" />
</td></tr>

The Slide Selector is required as that is where the actual slide URLs are stored so it can't be removed-removed.

However, you can hide the table row that contains selector. Change:
<tr><td align="center" style="border:1px black solid;">to
<tr><td align="center" style="display:none;">

May 16, 2011 - 7:35pm — Anonymous

What would I need to do in order to use the buttons in image mapping.
Like, say I made two images of buttons (<< & >>) and wanted them to act as back and forward instead of the buttons it creates, what would I need to do?

May 18, 2011 - 12:56pm —

replace the four buttons with:

<a href="#" onclick="rotate(0);return false;"><img src="start.jpg"></a>
<a href="#" onclick="rotate(x-1);return false;"><img src="prev.jpg"></a>

<a href="#" onclick="rotate(x+1);return false;"><img src="next.jpg"></a>
<a href="#" onclick="rotate(this.form.slide.length-1);return false;"><img src="end.jpg"></a>

replacing the images with your own of course.

May 28, 2011 - 5:28pm — Anonymous

Mine keeps aligning to the left of my screen? How do I center it?

May 29, 2011 - 8:15pm —

The table the slideshow is in can be aligned to the center. Change:
<table cellpadding="3" style="border:1px black solid;border-collapse:collapse;">to:
<table cellpadding="3" style="border:1px black solid;border-collapse:collapse;" align="center">

June 12, 2011 - 2:12am — Anonymous

is there any way the slideshow could NOT loop back to the first image when the user clicks all the way to the end, like the "next" button would not do anything once theyve reached the end so it just stops.

June 12, 2011 - 12:58pm —

To prevent the buttons from allowing it to roll over and starting again, change:

x=num%fs.length;
if(x<0) x=fs.length-1; to:
x=num;
if(x>=fs.length) x=fs.length-1;
if(x<0) x=0;

November 27, 2011 - 8:35pm — Anonymous

I really love your slideshow. It's exactly what I need for a special application. It seems to only handle 0-9 slides-need to increase to 16. What would I need to do to change that? Thanks.

November 28, 2011 - 11:09am —

Down near the bottom there should be a list stores the slides:

<option value="http://ricocheting.com/slideshow_thumb_alpine.jpg" selected>Olympic National Park</option>
<option value="http://ricocheting.com/slideshow_thumb_rainier.jpg">Mount Rainier National Park</option>
<option value="http://ricocheting.com/slideshow_thumb_teton.jpg">Teton National Park</option>
<option value="http://ricocheting.com/slideshow_thumb_jasper.jpg">Jasper National Park</option>
The first part contains the slide image URL then the second part contains the slide description. Just keep adding as many more as you need.

April 30, 2012 - 10:24am — Anonymous

I am trying to make it so that if I click on an image outside of the entire form, but its still on the same page as the slideshow that when it is clicked the slideshow will jump to that image.

May 1, 2012 - 10:36am —

You can create links to jump to a specific slide like:
<a href="javascript:rotate(2);">Jump to slide</a>Where 2 in is the slide number (2 would be the third slide as it starts from zero: 0,1,2)

.99 ea FLAT CARD

4×6 inches

.49 ea

FOLDED CARD

5×7 inches

Letterpress

.99 ea

FOLDED CARD

5×7 inches

Prints

Fill a frame with a favorite.

Turn your most memorable pictures into high-quality prints. You can print your panoramas with no cropping in sizes up to 36 inches wide. Or choose from a variety of new square formats. Add final touches by opting for glossy or luster finishes and eye-catching white borders.

Traditional

.12 ea

4×6 inches

.49 ea

5×7 inches

.99 ea

8×10 inches

Square

.12 ea

4×4 inches

.49 ea

5×5 inches

.99 ea

8×8 inches

Auto-Sized

.12 ea

4 × up to 8 inches

.99 ea

4 × up to 12 inches

.99 ea

4 × up to 18 inches

.49 ea

5 × up to 7 inches

.99 ea

5 × up to 15 inches

.99 ea

5 × up to 22 inches

.99 ea

8 × up to 10 inches

.99 ea

8 × up to 24 inches

.99 ea

8 × up to 36 inches

Posters

.99 ea

16×20 inches

.99 ea

20×30 inches

Photos

Start creating now — right on your Mac.

Just open Photos and click the Add To (+) menu to begin making your book, card, calendar, or prints.

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The all-new Photos app for Mac has been designed for the way you take, edit, and share your photos and videos today. Now you can enjoy your entire library across all your devices like never before.

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