You can already use the same admin to administrate multiple galleries, but perhaps not exactly as you imagine. If you install multiple physical installations of Imagevue, then this would simply require one admin for each physical installation. However, you can use a single gallery installation with multiple galleries, and here is the concept:
Each gallery essentially has a separate "content" folder, each with their own sub menu hierarchy. For example:
all these "separate" galleries could be managed from the same admin naturally. Furthermore, you could make unique html files as to avoid having long parameters in the URLs, for example:
Settings are generally global, and you can use the same or different themes for each gallery. You can also have different users restricted to different galleries by folder.
- Possibility of giving full access to user X to a gallery localized at http://x.domain.com
Normally, x.domain.com would target a specific physical folder, but you should be able to create an alias that targets a gallery link. There is currently no automation for this in Imagevue, and it might be complicated since we have no control of the server where Imagevue is hosted.