I want to embed Smugmug media but if I select a link for example:
http://synapped.smugmug.com/Other/The-Latest-Thing/i-qK9VZFj/0/M/img_0046-M.jpg
It physically copies the media into my site.

If I go to Media Browser's web option and I try to embed something like this:
<a href="http://synapped.smugmug.com/Other/The-Latest-Thing/8847353_9Tckx#1272112867_qK9VZFj-A-LB" title="Sparrow in a Teacup  Happy May Day!  I was delighted to catch this cute little guy at the tulip field today.  We played bird calls from my iPod to attract them, and this one kept following us around =)  Also in the Various Birds gallery"><img src="http://synapped.smugmug.com/Other/The-Latest-Thing/i-qK9VZFj/0/M/img_0046-M.jpg" title="Sparrow in a Teacup  Happy May Day!  I was delighted to catch this cute little guy at the tulip field today.  We played bird calls from my iPod to attract them, and this one kept following us around =)  Also in the Various Birds gallery" alt="Sparrow in a Teacup  Happy May Day!  I was delighted to catch this cute little guy at the tulip field today.  We played bird calls from my iPod to attract them, and this one kept following us around =)  Also in the Various Birds gallery"></a>
I get an error message: Unable to handle the provided embed string or URL.

I know there are modules for embedding Youtube and Flickr. Is there a D7 media module for Smugmug? If not, is there a workaround?

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arthurf’s picture

Status:Active» Closed (works as designed)

Using the URL method you will be able to get the image, but the web option will not let you add the html tags. It should be possible to build an embed module that handles this, but as of right now there isn't a solution for this.

Using the 2.x branch you could alternatively add fields on your files and input the data this way- that might give you a viable solution.