Robert Dampier wrote:
I am learning to build a website on my own and I'm not familiar with HTML coding. I would like to display my Autopano Tours just like they do on the Autopano website.
Does any one have the HTML code for doing this, or can some one explain what I seem to be missing in the process of adding a tour to a website?
Please forgive me.... I'm a photographer not a webmaster or programmer, but it seems that if your going to create tours for people you should now how they need to work in a website and I am trying to figure this out.
I am using Coffee Cup to build my site if that helps any or makes a difference.
I started using and teaching myself Autopano's software and have gotten to the point where I can create and complete a working tour and they look great... love it!
So now I'm at a place where OK you can create a tour for a client but now I have no idea what to tell them to do with it or how to show people what tours I've done on my own website.
Please forgive my ignorance!
The code automatically is generated in APT when you choose "simple "html"
You also can open a Flash-window in a html-editor and import the pano here.
You just need to add the allowFullScreen="true" from the APT generated html-code.