Originally Posted by ang2el
Thanks KW802 I guesss I will have to stick with vbgallery.
You don't "have to stick" with vBGallery if you know that you want those PP Pro features. Once you get past the conversion then it'd just be a matter of getting comfortable with the PP Pro system.
If you've got a merged license, or upgraded your vBGallery license to a PP Pro license, you could always install PP Pro in a test spot (eg: http://www.yoursite.com/photopost
) and check it out to see if you'd be comfortable with switching to it. That way if the conversion goes smooth and you're comfortable working in the PP Pro environment then you can just disable your vBGallery installation and point your menus to the PP Pro installation instead. Trying to have both vBGallery and PP Pro in the same folder (eg: http://www.yoursite.com/gallery
), though, would not be advised since you'd want to make sure that none of your current vBGallery files are affected if you decide not to switch over after installing PP Pro.
Being able to try out both packages is one of the nice things about the merged license.