by Cory Salvesen
released 9-30-2008: GoodGallery 1.2
- example gallery
NOTE: If you have PHP 5.4.0 or greater, you might get some errors. This version should work fine: latest beta
released 5-22-2008: GoodGallery 1.0 - download
If you've ever tried to put photos on your website, you might have noticed it's kind of a pain.
You've probably resorted to just dropping them into a folder so anyone viewing the site just sees a list of files.
or perhaps you've tried one of those gallery generators that you run on your computer, create a layout then you have
to upload the whole mess to your website. This is fine, except if you want to make a change, you've got to do the whole
thing all over.
This is why I wrote GoodGallery. GoodGallery uses PHP to generate galleries *server-side*.
Your website almost definitely supports PHP. It's everywhere.
Just drop a bunch of images into a folder with the goodgallery file and you're done. It's that easy.
If you want to make a change, just add or remove an image from the folder. Goodgallery keeps it all in order.
If you have trouble with GoodGallery, please email me at cartossin at gmail dot com.
I REALLY need to know about any problems so I can fix them. My goal is 100% foolproof software.
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