Thanks for your reply.
I don't want to bother you with that, but the only place where I found jalbum-setting.jap is into the Sample Portfolio and when editing jalbum-setting.jap, I do not found "skin.blogDepth".
I am on Mac, so where can I find this file? I found something into Photoblogger skin file "headless-settings.jap".
Concerning the 4 level of blog, I am not sure this is so inconsistent. It seems that the main page count for 1, but how many pages (web sites) have already pictures on the main page, so the depth should not include the main page. Into my example, I have the main page" (1st level), then "Places" (2nd level), then (for example) "USA" (3thd level) and "California" (4th level). Does this is too many depth for a blog? Not sure, and for me the main page should not be taken in account into the count of depth, or it can but then 4 level is not inconsistent.
You mentioned "jalbum-settings.jap", so does this mean this setting has to be changed into Jalbum and not into Photoblogger in term of coding?
Each album project has its own settings file, called jalbum-settings.jap. It is always in the image (project) directory - choose Tools, Open directories, Image directory.
But changing this value in the project file won't work, anyway, so don't spend any time on this suggestion. If you try to force the blog depth to an unsupported value (like 4), it simply sets it to No blog features.
The slider now works perfectly with the picture galleries. Only on the main page I still have problems. He shows me the pictures provided for the slider always below, see screenshot? As I said, only on the main page.
When this setting is on the images will be used only for the slider but not appear in the album (and the lightbox). However those images are still might show up in search results and in the tag cloud box.