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Powergallery working with 1&1 WebsiteBuilder Plus

Thread began 1/04/2010 3:28 am by jools397636 | Last modified 1/04/2010 7:02 pm by jools397636 | 2076 views | 1 replies


Powergallery working with 1&1 WebsiteBuilder Plus

I have a website which I built using 1&1 WebsiteBuilder Plus but I do not like the gallery options that they offer.

In the 1&1 WebsiteBuilder Plus it gives me the option to add code into my web pages, can I add my own gallery using the Powergallery software, I would like a gallery that launches in the same web page (like in the Powergallery examples) and does not go to a sub domain?

I am no web developer (hence using WebsiteBuilder Plus) but before spending money I would like to know if this is the right solution and how easy is it to use.

Any help would be gratefully appreciated



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