An auto-generating photo album. Just upload photos to the album folder and the software will do the rest.
This is an easy way to create a web based photo album. All you have to do is to upload your photos to the album folder.
This software creates a photo album from a set of photos or folders containing photos. It takes complete care of folder navigation, thumbnails, photo popups, custom folder images, etc.
The software also has a user-friendly "settings" interface that will allow you to configure most things, eg: number of photos per page, photo sizes, gallery name, page and text colour etc.
There is a "readme.txt" file in the root folder. Read it.
To run the software you will need:
- a web server that has PHP support
- support for the GD php module (probably installed by default)
To customize the software you will need:
- a text editor and/or a web browser
For a gallery visitor, the only requirement is a browser that can render html and images. Any browser, that is.
Please note that the default layout and design can and should be changed to suit your purpose and taste.
(Sidenote: Yes, the image popup window can be turned off in the settings interface. Easily. In the demo it is on b/c some people like it that way.)
To install the software, first unzip the downloaded file to an empty folder on your pc. Then, read the "readme.txt" file. Next, add photos to the folder and upload the lot to your web server. That's all.
To uninstall the software, just delete the software files. The software does not change your photos in any way.
All download, use, and modification of this software is subject to the W?F! license. By downloading, using, or modifying this software you declare your acceptance of all license terms.
The most recent version is 025
Well, I've edited this software off/on for more than a decade without thinking much about it. So I don't really have any type of history on it, in fact I don't have a clue as to where, when, how, or why it all started.
It was always just this little useful thingy that you could just drop in a folder when you needed to set up a quick gallery for some reason. It's nothing fancy, it just works.
I've let some friends use it too, and I've done a few feature requests, but I really want to keep it extremely simple.
Of course you are free to hack it any way you please (see license terms).