Lightroom Web Galleries can be a great way to display your photography. Most likely you have your own website (which I recommend vs Smugmug, Wix, etc) and displaying a nice way to make photos appear on the page is desirable.
The galleries are quite simple to use and setup, they just require a bit of tweaking to be sure they fit your website. I am going to go over how to add one to your website via an IFRAME html element which will allow you to load it inside of your website with the sidebar, headers, etc showing as usual.
I mentioned a few programs in the video. First is Mozilla Firefox. I've been using Firefox as my primary browser for about 4 or 5 years. If you are an IE user its time to step up! Firefox allows plugins to run inside of the browser. I mentioned three of them. FireFTP, Firebug, and Colorzilla. FireFTP allows you to upload content to your FTP server, Firebug can easily show you how your website code is performing and displaying, and Colorzilla has a great color picker and eyedropper for finding just the right color for your website. Enjoy!Source Code:
<iframe src="/images/stories/20111007_lrphotogalleries/index.html" frameborder="0" width="710" height="700"> Your browser does not support iframes, please switch to a new browser or you can view the <a href="/images/stories/20111007_lrphotogalleries/index.html" target="_blank" alt="Photo Gallery of Red Rock Canyon by Gregory Cazillo">photo gallery here.</a> </iframe>