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Fix for Flickr Galleries Released
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I am one step away from getting my money back. I've been seeking answers for the past week and have gotten nothing for it.
I am still seeking a resolution to redirecting the admin sign in page to the /g1/ gallery page
And now I cant even sign in! I took it off my server, re-unzipped everything, and re-uploaded it. Admin/admin works fine but it wont let me change my password and log in.
Is there anyone on these boards that can answer questions with the level of detail I need? Is there a more direct form of communication?
So you don't want any kind of home page – you want the gallery itself to be the home page – yes? There are several ways to do this. Probably the easiest is to create an index page in your web root that will redirect automatically to the gallery. Please take a look at this earlier post which explains how to do it.
I cant really figure it out. Its the php file thats getting me.
How do I make a new index.php file? Im not familiar with it.
I have the same problem.
When I tell people to go to my website I want to tell them www.mysite.com. NOT www.mysite.com/g1/.
Is there any way we can just get rid of the sign in page so that our root domain name just goes directly to out gallery?
I was using Simpleviewer and my gallery's main page address was, say, www.mysite.com. i have since bought and downloaded SVManager and uploaded my gallery via that --
NOW if I go to www.mysite.com it goes to my "Galleries" page with the admin sign in link in the top right corner, and my website's front page is now at www.mysite.com/g1/
First, I do not wish for my main domain to show the "Galleries" and Admin sign in screen. Second, I want to return the front page to www.mysite.com.
How do I do this?
Really new to all this, need help. Hold my hand here.
When I export it creates the xml file. I open it, copy it into notepad to edit it, perform my edits... and then what?
Save it as what kind of file, and where? And where to go from there.
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