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File Paths Incorrect

Thread began 11/21/2009 3:07 pm by rc1data | Last modified 11/23/2009 5:18 pm by rc1data | 2210 views | 11 replies

Office Guy-172461

Found this:

  In order for your gallery to display within a PHP page, the page has to be stored within the same website as your PowerGallery files. For pages on other servers, it is advised that you link directly to your gallery using the link provided.  

When you say "root of the hosting account" it sounds like you are saying that you can't upload to the root of the domain. If that is the case, there must be something wrong with the way the hosting account is setup.

I'll do some more testing when I get to the office. Maybe the WA guys can shed some light on the folder requirements.

Just to be clear:

  1. You created your DB under the domain account
  2. Uploaded the files to a folder
  3. Ran the installation wizard

and it didn't work in that configuration?

p.s. are you saying host account as in one account on the web host provider's server, or hosting account as in a reseller's account with multiple domains?

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