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Folder for PG??

Thread began 11/24/2009 4:33 pm by dan394622 | Last modified 12/28/2009 2:22 pm by Eric Mittman | 1183 views | 4 replies |


Folder for PG??

Hi There,
Just doing a PG install for the first time and I am uploading to a site that has Wordpress in the root directory. Is it best to install PG in its own folder? Not sure exactly how it works yet so I don't understand how the install location affects use and URL structure, eyc.

Any thoughts appreciated...


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Justin Nemeth

Yes, I would recommend putting PowerGallery in its own sub folder. The code you use to integrate the gallery into your site will take into account that sub folder, so you shouldn't have any problems.


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Thanks Justin

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Power Gallery and Wordpress


I am trying to integrate power gallery with Wordpress. PG was already installed for the static site before I converted it to Wordpress.

I installed wordpress, added the php code and instead of showing pictures, it just shows a gray box that says 'no images'.

Any suggestions?


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Eric Mittman

It looks like you may have this same post on another thread, I have made a response to that other one, here is a link:


Please update this other thread.

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