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gnGallery: Image gallery generation class based on templates.

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Template based Image gallery generation class.

Example shows how it:- Creates the thumbnails into a folder, and then generates HTML file listing all the thumbnails and links to the original images.
Each class can be used seperately!

Please contact me if you have any suggestions.

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Hello users, This classes (gnThumbNail and gnGallery) is created to help any one setup a working image gallery with little efforts(if you have the required things setup..., see requirements). Regards, Girish For any bashing/thrashing/kicking/likeing use <girishn2003_@_yahoo_._co_._in> Installation: You need to copy the two class files (gnThumbNail.php and gnGallery.php) + ( + example1.php) into the folder you want to setup the things. Now copy the gnShow.php into the base directory where all your gallery is. (by gallery I mean you have the folders with collection of images). Now change the value of $base_dir and $domain (inside gnShow.php and example1.php) to your URI. the base_dir must be absolute path from the root folder. the $domain should contain the URL pointed by the $base_dir. $base_dir="/path/to/base/dir/"; $domain=""; OR =""; then you need to run the example1.php you will get the index.html generated inside the galleries. To use the Additional data display feature, you need to set the $obj->use_db=1; a file named "gnGallery.db" is created in every folder when the gnThumbNail script is executed, then you can edit this file and put the details below the section named as [image filename] TPL_VARIABLE_NAME = "content" See the default db file generated it generates 3 variables, for filename, dimension and datemodified You can put it as you wish in the template file (see the example templates). To use different templates just change this value in the exapmle1.php $gG->tpl_file="template1.html"; // the template file name to use Note: - You must have appropriate permissions for this in the folders. Tested on (Requirements): PHP 4.2 OR > With GD support. OS: Windows/Linux TODO: The list of todo is being worked on, if you have suggestions please send a mail.

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Plain text file example1.php Example example file to use the functionalities
Plain text file Faq.txt Doc. This contains some FAQs, asked by some users
Plain text file gnGallery.php Class gnGallery class
Plain text file gnShow.php Appl. Show Gallery images
Plain text file gnThumbNail.php Class Creates thumbnails
Accessible without login Plain text file Readme.txt Doc. information on installing / configuring etc.
HTML file template.html Example Example template file
Plain text file Class Phplib template class for parsing template
HTML file template2.html Example Example template file shows another way to use the gnGallery!

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