Does Wordpress support creating a page with an "iframe" into which you can load your Jalbum gallery?
A possible alternative is described in this article.
I have not tested this, but if it allows you to embed the HTML code for this "iframe" element, then you are home and hosed.
<iframe src="album/index.html" width="512" height="370" frameborder="0"> Please use a browser that supports iframes </iframe>
Set the src to the relative address of your Jalbum, and set the width and height to the space available in the Wordpress page.
Here is the code for an "object" element, which works pretty much the same way.
<object data="album/index.html" width="100%" height="370" id="gallery" name="gallery" class="object1"> Your browser could not include this object </object>
I am also concerned about Wordpress, because I'm still new to creating websites, and I plan to start out by using their service. It seems to be the fast and easy way. I have not attempted website design sign my Dreamweaver college college course and would rather not try to relearn what I have forgotten. I have this link:
There are two ways to use Wordpress, the wordpress.com way and the wordpress.org way.
Wordpress.com is a free Wordpress blog service. It's free but has limitations.
Wordpress.org lets you download the Wordpress blog application to install on your own web host. It is also free, but requires that you have a web host (which costs money).
Jalbum is similar to Wordpress in that regard, you can either choose to upload the photo albums that you create to your free jalbum.net account or you can choose to upload them to your own web host. Jalbum produces stand alone web pages that can be linked to from your Wordpress blog (no matter which of the two ways you go for).
Since wordpress.com is limited and will not allow you to upload web pages (and thereby will not allow you to upload Jalbum albums) you need to upload your albums elsewhere (to your jalbum.net account for instance). As I said you can still link your blog to your Jalbum albums.