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Thread began 12/15/2009 7:27 am by info362308 | Last modified 12/15/2009 11:56 am by Justin Nemeth | 1708 views | 1 replies |


power gallery

I have just installed power gallery on my small business server running IIS and Apache web servers. The apache web server is on port 888 and the access path is:

powergallery or powergallery or powergallery

The power gallery is running under the apache web server. The install went perfectly and the database connection is working fine. Problem - the test gallery I have created a does not shoe any of the pictures, either as thumbnail or main images. When looking at the properties of the image placeholders, I notice that the image reference is 'http://localhost/powergallery/galleries/grid_fullsize/index.php?gallery=1&theme=light'. It is obviously not using the correct 'localhost:888..' path, missing out the correct port number (:888).

Where do I change the global / gallery path to include this :888 port number ?

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Justin Nemeth

Please see this thread, it has the code you need to add.


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