SimpleViewer Pro - Gallery XML Not Found Error

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I have entered the following SimpleViewer code onto the "test" page of my site, but when i preview it, it gives the error "Gallery XML Not Found". I have all the files uploaded in their corresponding subfolders into my File Manager. I have extensively researched this topic and I see that others have had the same issue, but I cannot find any resolve.

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  • super frustrated!!

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Hi rstiltenpole,

what's your sites URL?
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rstiltenpole

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I received the following statement from the Yola contact support email, "We have not had a user who has been able to successfully integrate the Simpleviewer into Yola. As it is a third-party tool, we are not able to fully support it."
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I contacted SimpleViewer and they gave me the following simple code, and IT WORKS!!!! Just paste only this code into a HTML widget.

I had uploaded all of the files into the File Manager just the way that is was listed on my computer. Good luck to others with the same issue!
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<
iframe src="resources/SimpleViewer/index.html" width="600" height="400" frameborder="0" scrolling="no">
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I embedded the above code but nothing happened.
Can you repost the code you used please
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The code that I have listed above includes a subfolders within the "resources" file manager. Make sure that you have all the files uploaded within their respective subfolders the exact way that simpleviewer created it on your computer. For example, I have created a folder for baby pictures called "babies". You will need to create subfolders within your file manager (images, sv core, thumbs). Within the svcore folder, create more subfolders called js, swf. Upload all files the exact way tha simpleviewer created it on your computer. With this code you won't need to upload the css and img file contents within the svcore folder.

See my example below:

<
iframe src="resources/babies/index.html" width="600" height="400" frameborder="0" scrolling="no">



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Syra Larkin

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Thankyou for your quick response. I will try and do what you say.
Syra
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Aaron J. Sipf

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I have been trying to get this to work, and the code with the iframe does not work. I haven't been able to get anything to work. I have all those folders and subfolders in my file manager. This seems to be a mystery. Using the embed code does not work, nor does the code given by rstiltenpole. Any one else been successful? Please share how.
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Aaron J. Sipf

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Actually, it seems to work now, although I might need to fuss with the sizes. The < needs to be right in front of the iframe, like this <iframe