Topic: adding widgets

Hi,

We have purchased Pro and started to build the website. http://banxiety.com/
We also purchased jalbum pro license in the hopes of integrating its widgets to the site.

I'm a bit confused - the current site was built through svmanager. I have a server where I upload and manage all the files using my mac.
I just want add the code from jalbum to the site, so I can have a menu, etc.

Are there other quick but elegant ways of adding widgets? (i.e. visitor count and a back button)

side note: my back button here http://banxiety.com/alejandrostein/ returns to an EMPTY homepage... what's the deal?

Thanks!

Re: adding widgets

I just want add the code from jalbum to the site, so I can have a menu, etc.

It is not as easy as just adding some code. jAlbum produces multiple galleries in a single pass and links them all together with a JavaScript navigation tree. The resulting output folder is a collection of web pages and files which must be kept together in order to function correctly.
You could use svManager to create individual galleries and then view svManager's own menu page: http://banxiety.com/svmanager/
Alternatively, you could create a multi-gallery album using jAlbum and then view the jAlbum's menu page (the 'index.html' page in the root output directory).
You might be able to import individual galleries within your jAlbum album into svManager (I have not tried this) but you would not be able to integrate galleries created by svManager into your jAlbum album.

Are there other quick but elegant ways of adding widgets? (i.e. visitor count and a back button)

Adding a visitor count would require server-side scripting. Ttry a web search with terms such as 'PHP hit counter'.
A back button can be introduced into a TiltViewer-Pro gallery by:
(1) Making your gallery's background transparent: http://www.simpleviewer.net/tiltviewer/ … ort/#trans
(2) Adding the following code to your gallery's 'index.html' page (in the <body> section), changing the link, text and position as necessary:

<div id="overlay" style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 10px;"><a href="http://www.example.com/">Text</a></div>

my back button here http://banxiety.com/alejandrostein/ returns to an EMPTY homepage... what's the deal?

Your back button links to http://banxiety.com/ and, therefore, displays the 'index.php' page in that directory.
You can change this link to any URL you choose.

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: adding widgets

Thank you!
I followed these instructions for my back button
http://www.simpleviewer.net/forum/viewt … p?id=13857

How are they different? Is there a way to get rid of the underscore?

Re: adding widgets

Oh, I just got your reply here http://www.simpleviewer.net/forum/viewt … p?id=13857
Thanks!