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There is still an issue in Powergallery installation wizard...

Thread began 2/23/2010 8:59 am by miguel398317 | Last modified 2/23/2010 7:10 pm by miguel398317 | 704 views | 1 replies

miguel398317

There is still an issue in Powergallery installation wizard...

Hi again to everybody!

I have noticed that when i install Powergallery on any domain content folder using Plesk 8.6, something during the installation process doesn't work properly, and the url's generated in "add to site" are wrong.

It only works (the preview of the galleries) if i install Powergallery inside a site or just directly USING THE DEFAULT WEBSITE ON THE LOCALHOST:80, but installed on any other site or port IT DOESN'T WORK THE PREVIEW OF THE IMAGES AT ALL, it doesn't matter if you use the direct link, if you embed the code into a php page, or you try to preview in the option "choose gallery"...

Then, if i want to use the Powergallery inside a web using a domain, I HAVE TO USE FOR THAT DOMAIN THE CONTENT FOLDER OF THE PREVIOUS INSTALLATION UNDER THE DEFAULT WEBSITE ON LOCALHOST:80

I have tried to set up another site with the same bindings as the THE DEFAULT WEBSITE ON LOCALHOST PORT 80, BUT IT ALSO DOESN'T WORK (THE PREVIEW OF THE IMAGES...)

So with the actually conditions, I CAN USE ONLY POWERGALLERY EXCLUSIVELY FOR ONE DOMAIN IN A SERVER, BECAUSE THE PREVIEW OF THE IMAGES ONLY WORKS UNDER AN INSTALLATION MADE ON THE DEFAULT WEBSITE ON LOCALHOST PORT 80.

SO I SUPPOSE THAT SOMETHING MUST BE WRONG WITH THE INSTALLATION WIZARD OF POWER GALLERY.

THANKS.

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