Changeset 8705


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Timestamp:
Jan 16, 2011, 8:06:54 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
ddtddt
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[trunk] - update EN help

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  • trunk/language/en_UK/help/site_manager.html

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    33<p>Piwigo offers the possibility to use several servers to store the
    4 images which will compose your gallery. It can be useful if your gallery is
     4photos which will compose your gallery. It can be useful if your gallery is
    55installed on a limited space and you have a huge quantity of images to
    66show.</p>
     
    1515  <li>using ftp, place the files <span class="filename">tools/create_listing_file.php</span>
    1616  and <span class="filename">tools/create_listing_file_local.inc.php</span> (modified)
    17   on your distant website, in the same directory as your category
     17  on your distant website, in the same directory as your album
    1818  directories (as the directory <span class="filename">galleries</span> of
    1919  this website). For example, let's say that you can access <span
    2020  class="filename">http://example.com/galleries/create_listing_file.php</span>.</li>
    2121
    22   <li>go to <span class="pwgScreen">administration panel, Categories, Site
     22  <li>go to <span class="pwgScreen">administration panel &raquo; Tools &raquo; Site
    2323  manager</span>. Ask to create a new site, for example <span
    2424  class="filename">http://example.com/galleries</span>.</li>
     
    3939
    4040      <li><strong>delete</strong> : deletes the site (and all related
    41       categories and elements) in the database</li>
     41      albums and photos) in the database</li>
    4242
    4343    </ol>
     
    4545</ol>
    4646
    47 <!-- <p>You can do all this by hand by generating yourself the <span
    48 class="filename">listing.xml</span> file, moving it from your distant server
    49 to you local Piwigo root directory and opening the remote site
    50 management screen : Piwigo will propose you to use the found
    51 listing.xml file.</p>-->
    52 
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