That is something different than pasting the embedded code provided in the publish section correct?
Yes. As well as pasting the embedding code into your HTML page, you must also upload the gallery files to your web server in order for them to be publicly accessible by visitors to your web site who view your gallery online.
Then...this is probably a stupid question but how/where to I copy the entire contents from?
If you create your gallery with svBuilder or svBuilder-Pro, then the gallery files will be in folder specified by the 'Gallery Folder' text field on the 'Publish' tab.
If you do not use svBuilder or svBuilder-Pro, then the files (and folders) that you should be looking for are the following:
The gallery folder will also contain a further file named 'index.html'. However, if you plan to embed your gallery in an existing page using embedding code as you do (rather than simply link to the gallery on its own page), then you do not need to copy this file.
Files can be uploaded to your web server using an FTP program such as Filezilla (as long as your web host allows you to use FTP).
SimpleViewer Support Team