I now notice that you have two different sections of embedding code on your page.
It was the first one that I looked at earlier, the one with:
I presume you do not want your URLs visible in this thread so I will not paste the complete URL but the 'simpleviewer.js' file is still not located in the correct place in this first section.
In the second section, you have:
Although the path is correct in this section, you have a single quote immediately before /wp-content which should not be there.
You say in your second post:
Ideally would like to use the plugin, instead of creating galleries from scratch and embedding them.
... but then in your next post you say:
can you tell me exactly what to put in the wordpress post it I have a "web" directory setup exactly like the one you guys provide in the download?
... so I'm not sure which method you'd like to use.
If you use the WP-SimpleViewer WordPress Plugin, then the gallery is created automatically for you (including creating the XML file), with no need for you to manually enter any code into the post (all paths are taken care of).
Instructions for using WP-SimpleViewer can be found here.
If you run into any trouble whilst using the plugin, please let us know at which stage and what happens.
Alternatively, you could create a gallery using svBuilder-Pro (similar to the 'web' gallery from the download package), upload it somewhere using an FTP program and use of of these 2 embedding methods to embed the gallery in a post.
The simplest method would be to upload your gallery folder to the root of your web server and then create a post, select 'HTML' instead of 'Visual' as the input method and then use an <iframe> to load the gallery's HTML index file, entering something like the following into the post:
<iframe src="http://www.example.com/galleryfolder/index.html" width="600" height="600" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
SimpleViewer Support Team