Mmm, your web authoring software does seem a bit restrictive but I'm not familiar with the system that you use so I can't help much there. Let's try the other option – putting the gallery index file where you want it instead of inside the gallery folder where it normally lives.
The first thing you need to do is to tell svManager to use absolute paths inside the gallery.xml file. Normally it uses relative paths but they won't work if the gallery index file is not inside the gallery directory. Find the settings file for your gallery type. For SimpleViewer it's svmanager/plugins/simpleviewer/settings.php. Find the line:
and change this to the absolute path to svmanager on your site. I think this is /svmanager/ in your case:
You could also use 'http://www.outdoornj.com/svmanager/' instead. Either should work. Check that your existing gallery still works – it should!
Next create a new test gallery with svManager, say g4
Make a copy of your http://www.outdoornj.com/html/index.html file and park it in the /html/ directory. Let's say you call it test.html. Find the following two lines inside test.html:
var fo = new SWFObject("viewer.swf", "viewer", "100%", "100%", "8", "#181818");
Remove the comments from the second line and change both the paths:
var fo = new SWFObject("../svmanager/g4/viewer.swf", "viewer", "100%", "100%", "8", "#181818");
You should then have two html pages with two different names inside your /html/ folder and each one showing a different gallery.
Edit these two pages so they look how you want. I think you know how to do this – it's just a matter of combining the code that produces the gallery with the stuff that gives your header and navigation etc.
SimpleViewer Support Team.