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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:32 am 
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Hi,
I'm working on a site that requires two categories of galleries, each having its own image folder path. How do I go about this please as I'm still provoking my thoughts on this also.
Thanks in advance.


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You need to have only one root. So in your case, for example if you have images organizes like:
Code:
Images->category1->images
Images->category2->images


You can add "Images" as a root and use "category1" and "category2" as two galleries.

Or if you have a situation like:
Code:
images->category1->iimages
work->category2->images


You can add "/" as root path so now you can use any folder in you sites root folder.

Hope this gives you some ideas.

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