None of the linked sites contain a jAlbum bridge projector. If the site runs under Wordpress just install the plugin (Plugins -> Add new -> Search: "jalbum"), and give the album's URL (/album/) in the post editor's popup box, and you're good to go.
1. You create an album with jAlbum
2. Upload the album to your site
(so far so good)
3. Install the plugin into Wordpress (Plugins / Add new / Search: jalbum + Install + Activate)
4. Open a page or post in Wordpress and click the "jAlbum box" button
5. Add your album's URL
6. Update (or Add new)
7. Update (the post too)
Now this will insert a projector box on your Wordpress page, showcasing the images from your jAlbum album.
There's no trace of jAlbum bridge boxes on your wordpress page. The jAlbum album can be tweaked through the "Design" section in jAlbum but that's limited to colors and background images. It's not the jAlbum album that can be customized to follow the site design, but the projector box (what's missing on your site) adapts to the page design, that is it fills up the available space, uses the same fonts, etc.
I see now - the screenshot has helped a lot. You named the post the same as the album's folder. It seems in this case the normal HTML page takes precedence. Now I guess it's simpler to change the post name, but you can also move the album to another folder - any of these should fix this.