Version: 1.0 beta 1
Released: Sep 11, 2000
This resource was posted on Oct 13, 2010 and was not modified since.
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Provides users with the ability to create and maintain their own photo albums with automatic thumbnail generation, image resizing, rotation and more.
Really good program.
Posted by Muenzforum on Jul 17, 2004 Reply
This is an excellent program. I really love it. Nice job!
Posted by drwhit73 on Sep 01, 2003 Reply
This is an excellent script. I love it. I can't believe the features. It beats other programs hands down, many of which you have to pay for. All this is a free program. Wow.
Posted by vayapues on Mar 19, 2003 Reply
This is a quality script. And for free you're not going to get anything better. All I can say is keep it up guys.
Posted by Webfort on Jul 22, 2002 Reply
Incredibly well thought out piece of software. Medium to advanced install, requires a few extras some people may have trouble dealing with. Highly versatile and easy to work with and customise.
Posted by MyNameIsMonkey on Apr 30, 2002 Reply
Gallery is exactly what I was looking for and so much more! Automatic thumbnail generation and image resizing, hit counting for individual items, comment posting, multiple users and access levels, and several different options for posting photos. Even though I didn't have NetPBM installed, I just downloaded some compatible binaries that they provide for the less fortunate.
Posted by pdmarc on Feb 06, 2002 Reply
Nice idea, but this script is the buggiest one I have seen in a long time. the mailing list is a joke and help isn't all that great! Improve that and the script will receive better marks.
Posted by AngelOberon on Jan 31, 2002 Reply
Wow, I really like this gallery program. It has all the features that a person like me would be looking for. But it does require NetPBM which most servers do not have. That's a big downside, but the creator is working on implementing something else.
Posted by digitalXF on Feb 27, 2001 Reply
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