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More than one powergallery on the same website?

Thread began 3/31/2010 3:47 pm by Mark_Rinella291330 | Last modified 11/02/2010 1:27 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1347 views | 7 replies |

Mark_Rinella291330

More than one powergallery on the same website?

Hello,

Can I have different PowerGalleries on the same website?

Do I need a different database for each PowerGallery?

My hosting package limits the size of the database to 100 MB.

If I want to have different PowerGalleries connected to different databases on the same website, is that an option?

Is there anyway to ad Adsense or other ads on the pages with the photos?

Thanks!

Mark

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Jimmy Wu

You can add multiple galleries to the same server, but they'd have to be in different directories. They should be set up with different databases. Yes, you can add advertising on the pages that you apply the gallery to like you would add advertising to any other page.

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Mark_Rinella291330

Thank you Jimmy

Thank you for your response!

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stuff223820

I am interested in doing this too - any instructions as how to accomplish this?

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jonshenton

Would like to hear about this as well

Would like to hear about this as well

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

each instance of power gallery would need to be installed into a separate folder on the server:
gallery1
gallery2


you would also need to use a separate database for each one.

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danielle416948

Multiple Galleries On The Same Page

I am using the latest version on PowerGallery purchased in October 2011 and I have put two different galleries on the same page and it doesn't work.. Can anyone suggest why or how I should fix it?

I don't understand about uploading two separate folders to the server.

Do they need a separate global.php file?

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to have two separate galleries with separate admin and separate databases on the same site, you need to upload the power gallery files to two separate location on your host.

One for the first gallery and the other for the second gallery.

Upload the power gallery file to the first directory, then upload them again to the second directory.



please post a link where I can see the problem to get an idea of why it is not working.

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