How do I integrate ShootProof with my regular website?

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There are several ways to integrate ShootProof with your existing website. In this article, we'll address these commons scenarios:

I don't have a website at all.

I just want to add a link to ShootProof on my website. 

I want my clients to feel like they've never left my website.

I don't have a website at all.

Point clients to your ShootProof Portfolio Website, at yourshootproofusername.shootproof.com. There you can have an About page, a Contact page, and access to all of your public galleries. 

You can also send your clients a direct link to their galleries by clicking the Actions button on any gallery and choosing the Share Gallery option.
 

I just want to add a link to ShootProof on my website. 

An easy way to link to your ShootProof galleries is just that – create a link. If you have access to make changes on your website, add in a link to either your ShootProof Portfolio Website OR create links to individual galleries. This is a great way to send clients to your galleries from a blog post, your Facebook page, or the navigation links on your website. 

This may require some HTML work, but if you maintain your own website, chances are you know how to add a link. If not, check with your developer or website software company. 
  

I want my clients to feel like they've never left my website. I don't want the word "ShootProof" to appear in the URL.

For a more professional website appearance, create a custom subdomain of your own website. This will show your ShootProof Portfolio Website as if it's a part of your website. This will make your Portfolio Website look like it’s a part of your website by removing “ShootProof” from the url.

With a custom domain, your ShootProof Portfolio Website could be found at proofs.yourwebsite.com or clients.yourwebsite.com, rather than at yourusername.shootproof.com.

The downside: It takes a little bit of technical work to set up. It’s certainly not rocket science, and we have step-by-step instructions, but you’ll need access to your domain hosting account. Read more about setting up a custom domain here

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