Sunday, June 19, 2016

ARCHIVED: WACKY Wednesday - Adobe Spark Page

There is a difference with what you can create using Adobe Spark Video and Adobe Spark Page. My *very* distant cousin, Pinky went in "cold" and experimented with Adobe Spark Page, inserting some still photographs and a few comments. Thanks to input from Cousin Russ and the viewers, we were able to create a unique method for sharing the old-timey family photos. Adobe Spark Page did all the zooming in and out, and movement from one image to the next as long as the viewer scrolled down the page.

The viewer can pause, back up and go forward with the movement of his mouse.

Sure you *could* watch the video of this WACKY Wednesday session here or on DearMYRTLE's YouTube Channel, but you'll want to log in at:
so you can read all the comments and links posted before, during and after the live hangout. Feel free to post your own comments. We love the continuing conversation!

Here's the link to Pinky's experimental Adobe Spark Page:

One can also embed an Adobe Spark Page in one's website like this:

To create your own Adobe Spark Page, log in to your free account at:

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
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