jQuery XPOSE Gallery Documentation

1. Create standalone Web Admin

Setting up the page

In order to insert a jQuery XPOSE Gallery Web Admin into a page, first that page needs to be saved inside a Dreamweaver site. If you don't have a site created check this page for help: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/dreamweaver/articles/first_website_pt1.html

Before adding a Web Admin to your gallery you will have to define a testing server in Dreamweaver or connect it with your remote server.
If you are working with a testing server, click here to find out how to configure it in Dreamweaver.
If you want to work directly on the remote server, click here to learn how to connect it with Dreamweaver.

Inserting a jQuery XPOSE Gallery Web Admin

Once you have your site and page ready, and the XPOSE Gallery configured press the "create standalone web admin" button from the insert bar.

jquery xpose gallery web admin for Dreamweaver docs insert web admin

This will open the main jQuery XPOSE Gallery Web Admin interface. It will ask you to select a gallery from an alphabetical list that displays the existing galleries in your Dreamweaver site. If you have no gallery in that site, the 'no gallery' value will be displayed.
Here you'll have to choose the location for the Web Admin. The default location is "/webadmin". You can browse for a specific folder or just insert the url into the text fileld. This will represent the folder where all the files related to the Web Admin Gallery will be saved and it will be generated in the root folder of your Dreamweaver site.
The custom logo text field will allow you to browse for a png, jpeg, jpg, gif file that will represent the logo of your Web Admin Gallery, or just type the url without having to browse for that specific file.
The username and password allow you to set up your own login info.
After everything is set on the JQuery XPOSE Gallery Web Admin panel, press on the Create button. All the folders and files will be automatically generated within your Dreamweaver site and the Gallery parameters will be modified so that it becomes dynamic.

jquery xpose gallery web admin for Dreamweaver docs interface

After the webadmin is created, publish the site by putting it on your server. You can easily acces the webadmin on the browser. All you have to do is to type '/webadmin' at the end of your site's name. Example yoursite.com/webadmin.

Once you get in your Web Admin online, you can modify images dynamically, add/ edit/ delete or create more albums to add as many images as you want.

If you want to learn how you can insert web admin into a current page check the next page from the manual.


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