Topic: Multiple galleries on seperate pages
I'm working on an art portfolio site which is organized like so:
illustration.html (needs viewer gallery)
painting.html (needs viewer gallery)
inklings.html (needs viewer gallery)
toys.html (needs viewer gallery)
process.html (needs viewer gallery)
There are NO subfolders. Everything is located in public_html.
I now have a working SV viewer in my painting.html div. I need to create four more galleries with the same viewer customizations, but different images/thumbs. I've downloaded and read the provided .zip files (multiple_galleries.zip + simpleviewer_embed_examples.zip) but can't understand the way it's been organized.
Do I need to place all my non-index.html documents which need viewers (illustration.html, toys.html, etc.) into a subfolder with a new gallery.xml doc, for the specific gallery to link properly?
In the .zip sample, I also see that swfobject.js and viewer.swf are located in the multiple gallery's subfolders. These docs are originally in svcore -- do I copy those files again? Is that necessary? Is each svcore folder specific to the created gallery (with images) or is it a root file?
Basically, I don't understand which files are specific to the particular gallery, and which need only one copy for the viewer to function on the site as a whole.
I'd like to find the cleanest way of organizing these files... I really appreciate any help.
I need to get my portfolio site up ASAP.
Thanks in advance!