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Thread began 12/20/2009 10:53 pm by stevej_a2343714 | Last modified 12/21/2009 11:58 am by stevej_a2343714 | 1131 views | 3 replies

stevej_a2343714

Power Gallery, GODADDY & subdomains

So I'm using godaddy as my host. I am trying to use a subdomain for my power gallery. I uploaded everything and can load my gallery page if I navigate to the absolute path: bw.php

However, if you navigate to: bw.php you can see that the page loads but the gallery does not. All I get are broken images. I tried to get help from godaddy as I believe it has something to do with the way they mask their subdomain, but they insist that the issue is in my php code.... which came from WA. Please take a look and tell me how to fix this. I have loaded, deleted and reloaded this site several different ways with the same results. The cssmenu writer files do not display properly either unless you use the absolute path.

I should also add that I uploaded the same files to another test domain that I own (without the subdomain) and everything worked great. I have a feeling I need to tell power gallery that I'm in a subdomain but am not sure WHERE to tell it this....

thanks

Steve

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