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Getting Started with Power Gallery

Thread began 4/05/2010 12:51 pm by soliyoung404741 | Last modified 4/06/2010 1:45 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1297 views | 10 replies |

soliyoung404741

Getting Started with Power Gallery

Hi-

I'm new to Power Gallery and PHP in general. I am trying to follow the 'getting started' steps- but am having trouble early on. I uploaded powergallery to my godaddy ftp, but when I type in index.php I get a 'page not found'. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks
Susan

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Jimmy Wu

This means that your PowerGallery pages aren't uploaded to that location on your server. Where on your server did you upload the files to?

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soliyoung404741

not sure

Hi- I just put it in the main area- also in this area are all of my html pages and my 'images' file. Basically how I have the site organized is an image file and all of my pages... so... where should PowerGallery be?

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soliyoung404741

Ok- I've just tried to upload the Power Gallery file to the images file and it still doesn't work...

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Jimmy Wu

Please take a screen shot of the directory structure so I can see where you have put the gallery.

Are you uploading all the files from the downloaded file to your server?

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shadow329043

Are you able to sign on to your server through the conrol panel and look at where the files are going? If your files were correctly uploaded to the server root to a folder called "powergallery" then you should not have a problem. It does sound like a problem with directory structure.

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soliyoung404741

screen shots

Ok- here are screen shots of the remote directory. I tried putting it in my 'images' folder as that's the only folder I really have...

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soliyoung404741

oops

the last attachment was cut too small. Here it is again.

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soliyoung404741

And here's what it looks like when I first open my godaddy ftp-

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soliyoung404741

fixed!

OK- I talked to the customer support at GoDaddy (awesome btw) and they helped me fix the problem.

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