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05-02-2010, 02:59 PM
When I published my jAlbum to my web site it showed up as my default page, I republised my index page and got back to normal. I am trying to put the jAlbum file where my Album page is in my web site but it will not display. I have tried to publish this Album page several times and it will not publish all other pages in the web site are good except this one page. I have deleted it ,republished again and again but it won"t publish anything I have no hair left jojosmazecraze.ca

05-03-2010, 11:43 AM
I did laugh, stop pulling your hair out! I am having the same problem with jalbum, I am sure we are doing something really simple that is wrong! I shall keep looking through the forums and if I find out how to get it to work I'll post back.
In the meanwhile sit on your hands:-))

05-03-2010, 01:13 PM
What you need to do is on the navigation bar you need to put the url in where your jalbum is.
for me it was www.mywebsite.com/albumj/index.html
then publish. If you click on the "photos or album" tab it will take you straight to your jalbum. Now all I have to work out is how to get visitors back from there onto my site lol
Hope that helps

05-03-2010, 04:20 PM
Thanks for your concern and yes I am totally bald now ! Ok this is what I have done now...I went to jAlbum published the album to ftp_public through the control panel in Blue Voda , then I transferred those files to blue voda through the FTP avenue, then I went to" file publisher" in blue voda( left hand side of the screen) and published the files again. Previewed it ...guess nouthing!! Now I just open my site and here is the Album repacing my home page and now I can not gtet in to the rest of my site What up with that PLEASE ANYBODY OUT THERE I NEED HELP jojosmazecraze.ca

05-17-2010, 03:41 AM
You need to make a separate folder(s) inside the public_html folder.
for example... "landscapes" no quotes, no spaces, no caps.
Publish to that folder so you don't overwrite your main index page.
Then create a page for the landscape images in BV. Insert an IFrame, and link the the new folder.
for example http://www.yoursite.com/landscape
You don't need the html or php extension because the file inside the "landscape" folder is index.
This method will require a new folder for every album.
You will have to fidget a bit to get the IFrame in correct dimensions.
See this website (http://fphcbigblue.com) that uses this method.