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mod_rewrite and PowerGallery

Thread began 8/12/2010 5:56 pm by troy412915 | Last modified 8/12/2010 8:57 pm by Eric Mittman | 447 views | 1 replies |


mod_rewrite and PowerGallery

A client of mine would like to install PowerGallery on their website. I would like to know if it is possible for the script to run on .html pages.

As I understand PowerGallery requires a .php page. I was thinking that I could use mod_rewrite to overcome this limitation.

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Eric Mittman

The PowerGallery requires a php code chunk to be placed on the page that the gallery will display from. So the page that you apply this code to must be a php type of page for it to work. So long as the server can work with php pages you might be able to setup a page with the gallery on it and include it in an html page using an iframe.

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