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Thread began 8/08/2010 10:03 am by MikeH | Last modified 8/09/2010 6:55 pm by MikeH | 577 views | 2 replies |

MikeH

SiteSculptor & PowerGallery

Hi
I created a site in SiteSculptor at www.my_domain.com all good.

I have created a PowerGallery at www.gallery.my_domain.com (same domain different sub domain)

Now both work fine until intergration. When I add a Gallery to one of my SiteSculptor pages the gallery displays but tooltips and lightbox do not work.

Is there a known workaround for this?

Thanks

Mike

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anonymous

Mike,

It sounds like a path issue is occurring with the use of the subdomain. I wonder how if it is how the internal workings of power gallery paths resolve.

One thing to try just to check out is if you just installed Power Gallery into a folder on your site rather than creating a subdomain.

So, just make an install point to yoursite.com/powergallery - for example - and then test embedding the ribbons and other assets into your site.

Regards,

Brian

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MikeH

Hi
I did what you suggested and same result with "some" layouts for the gallery but it works with the ribbon+lightbox so not 100% what went wrong but it does look like with sub-domains that causes an issue.

Mike

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