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PowerStore3 Solution Pack upload question

Thread began 4/02/2010 12:45 pm by dave378160 | Last modified 4/05/2010 8:19 pm by dave378160 | 859 views | 5 replies

dave378160

Thanks Jimmy. I downloaded the file. In the notes it reads:

Note: In order for the gallery to display, your PowerGallery files must be stored within the same site as the pages displaying the gallery.

So is this telling me to just put my PowerGallery folder in the same folder as my shop? Because that's sort of what I'm getting from it. Or does it mean just the jpegs for the shop need to be in the folder with the PowerStore? So basically my directory will be:

/shop (with powerstore3 files) /powergallery (with all the powergallery images and content)

instead of:

/shop
/powergallery

I hope that made sense.

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