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Lightroom flash gallery - home/back to gallery




I am creating a bunch of galleries in a master directory called gallery.

So I have:
Main Site
- Random Stuff
- Gallery
- Trip photos
- Vacation photos
- Other photos

When a person is viewing one of the sub-galleries (let's say "vacation gallery"), how do they pop back up to the master directory "gallery" without just hitting the back button a bunch of times?

Is there a way to designate in the Lightroom Flash Gallery to go up one level in terms of the directory structure?

I am also using Dreamweaver CS4.

Nov 1, 2007
Boucherville, Québec, CANADA
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Is there a way to designate in the Lightroom Flash Gallery to go up one level in terms of the directory structure?
Welcome to the forums Gooddog! :D

The built-in galleries are built to be autonomous. One thing you can do with Dreamweaver is to design you site in such a way to open the galleries in their own windows so they will be easily closed by the user.

Otherwise, you may be very well interested in "LRG Complete" or "TTG XML Album Index".

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