|photo gallery in a new web site|
I USED YOUR SOFTWARE TO CREATE A PHOTO GALLERY FOR A NEW FAMILIAR WEB SITE. (USING DREAMWEAVER) IN MY CP ALL WORKED OK BUT WHEN I UPLOADED THE PHOTO ALBUM TO THE SITE, I CAN'T SEE ANYTHING - EVEN THE PICTURES IN THE COVER PAGE OF THE GALLERY. COULD YOU PLEASE HELP ME TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM ??? I DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO IT.
THANKS A LOT
Can you provide a link to your website so I can have an idea of what's wrong?
Thanks a lot Greg !
|Why did you save it as a web archive with the mht extension?|
All you should do is copy the "My Documents\httphotos" folder to your website As-Is. Can you try that?
THANKS A LOT !!! IT'S WORKING NOW !!!
|Hi Greg... I'm having the same problem and need some help! I want to embed my gallery as html using Site Spinner. Works GREAT in the Site Spinner Preview, but once published, all links are broken. I've copied the httphotos files to my web folder as "httphotos" as perscribed above. What am I doing wrong?|
I LOVE this app and really want it to work...
I don't know Site Spinner... but I checked your website and I can't find any httphotos folder.
For example, http://www.juliannamcduffiepottery.com/httphotos/ doesn't exist.
What you could try is to upload the whole My Documents\httphotos folder to your website with an FTP client like Filezilla (free).
On your website, create an httphotos folder (or other name if you like) and copy the content of My Documents\httphotos into it.
Once done, I can help you to make your frame point to it correctly.
Let me know,
|Thanks for getting back with me... you may have caught my site while I was monkeying around with other options (and having the same problem, I might add!).|
Here's what I've done:
1.) Created 9 galleries. Saved the .htt file extensions and resulting images to httphotos folder. Saved Project to my hard drive.
2. Copied httphotos and all folders/images to my web folder.
3.) Re-named the html index to "indexhttphotos" and edited the header to personalize it in notepad.
4.) Opened my web project in Site Spinner (it's just a decent WYSIWYG editor).
5. Created an I-Frame for my /gallery page, pointing to "indexhttphotos".
6. Added page entitled "httphotos" (Should that be "indexhttphotos", now?) and copied the code from the "indexhttphotos" html.
Still getting broken links. I can see the outline of the gallery, though. I'm sure that I'm missing something ridiculously simple, and I thank you for your time...
|Oh... I promise not to touch it this time until you've had a chance to see! Here's where you'll find the I-Frame:|
And the index page I just added (not that I'm using it? As I'm using the I-Frame pointed to the "httphotosindex" html in my web folder?):
|Sorry.. that first link was wrong -<http://www.juliannamcduffiepottery.com/Gallery.html>|
At step 2, you say you copied the httphotos folder and all its subdirectories to your website.
Where are they? In which folder on your website?
If you would have just upload the httphotos folder to your website without renaming it, I assume it would be there:
but it is not.
Can you check that?
|I *finally* got the files transferred, thanks to your patience and help... MUCH APPRECIATED! |
And again, I LOVE the gallery you've created. Having multiple galleries from a main index is *perfect* for me.
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