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How place Gallery on a Dreamweaver template?

Thread began 9/24/2010 8:08 pm by Jim376112 | Last modified 9/30/2010 12:08 am by Jim376112 | 837 views | 4 replies


How place Gallery on a Dreamweaver template?


I have PowerGallery working (really nice) but the Gallery is displaying on a blank, white page. I'd like to have the Gallery display on a page that has "header" and "footer" areas so that it is visually compatible with my other web pages. Ideally, I'd like to have the Gallery display on a Dreamweaver defined Template page but if that's not possible how could I define it so that it displays on a page with a header and footer area that I "manually" define?

I am aware of the two PDFs @ powergallery/ but from my initial reading of them they describe how to change the Gallery's appearance & behavior but I see nothing about how to "place/embed" the Gallery in another page.

Also, I'm curious - when I add a folder of images to a Gallery it takes 3 to 4 seconds to "process" each image. I know that each image has a row for it added to the database table but what in the world is going on that takes so "much" time? (This is true even on a local testing machine.)

Thank you.

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