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Linking a Spin Set to a web page

Web sites and applications access Dynamic Media Image Server content, including Spin Sets, by way of URL strings or embedded code. These URL strings are activated during the publishing process. To place the URL string or embed code for your Spin Set in your web pages and applications, you copy it from the Scene7 Publishing System.
The URL is not active until you publish the asset.

Copying a Spin Set URL

  1. In the Asset Browse panel, in the Show drop-down list, click Spin Set .
  2. in the Asset Library panel on the left side, navigate to the asset folder that contains the Spin Set whose embed code you want to copy.
  3. Above the Asset Browse panel, on the right side of the toolbar, do one of the following:
    • Click Grid View . In the Asset Browse panel, double-click a single asset to open it in Detail View. In the URLs and Embed Code panel on the right, click Copy URL to the right of the viewer you want.
    • Click Grid View . In the Asset Browse panel, select a single asset, and then below the thumbnail image, click Preview > Viewer List .
      In the Viewer List page, under the Actions column of the table, click Copy URL .
    • Click List View . In the Asset Browse panel, select a single asset, and then to the right of the thumbnail image, click Preview > Viewer List .
      In the Viewer List page, under the Actions column of the table, click Copy URL .
    • Click Grid View , List View , or Detail View . On the same toolbar, click Preview > Viewer List .
      In the Viewer List page, under the Actions column of the table, click Copy URL .

Adding Spin Set URLs to your web page

Spin Sets are deployed like all zoom viewers, by way of a dynamic page (ASP or JSP) that displays the Spin Set in a zoom window. The URL call to the Dynamic Media Classic platform follows the same protocol on the zoom viewer. However, the Viewer Preset name depends on the Preset that your administrator defined as the default Spin Set Viewer Preset. For example, the following non-live, URL syntax example includes a Preset name called viewer.jsp and the SKU parameter is now the Spin Set name:
https://sample.scene7.com/s7ondemand/spin/viewer.jsp?company=S7Web&sku=backpack_spin

In this URL syntax example (the link is not live), notice a SKU number ( sku=backpack_spin ). The string after sku= is the Spin Set name ( backpack spin ).

Copying the embed code of a Spin Set viewer

Using the Embed Code feature lets you review the viewer code for the selected Spin Set. You can also copy the code to the clipboard so you can paste it in your web pages for deployment of the viewer. Editing of the code is not permitted in the Embed Code dialog box.
To copy the embed code of a Spin Set viewer
  1. In the Asset Browse panel, in the Show drop-down list, click Spin Set .
  2. in the Asset Library panel on the left side, navigate to the asset folder that contains the Spin Set whose embed code you want to copy.
  3. Above the Asset Browse panel, on the right side of the toolbar, do one of the following:
    • Click Grid View . In the Asset Browse panel, double-click a single asset to open it in Detail View. In the URLs and Embed Code panel on the right, click Embed Code to the right of the viewer you want.
    • Click Grid View . In the Asset Browse panel, select a single asset, and then below the thumbnail image, click Preview > Viewer List .
      In the Viewer List page, under the Actions column of the table, click Embed Code .
    • Click List View . In the Asset Browse panel, select a single asset, and then to the right of the thumbnail image, click Preview > Viewer List .
      In the Viewer List page, under the Actions column of the table, click Embed Code .
    • Click Grid View , List View , or Detail View . On the same toolbar, click Preview > Viewer List .
      In the Viewer List page, under the Actions column of the table, click Embed Code .
  4. In the Embed Code dialog box, click Copy to Clipboard .
    Editing the code is not permitted in the Embed Code dialog box.
  5. Click Close.