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Nivcin Image Archive

Submitted on: 1/7/2015 8:46:00 AM
By: Nico Toet (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 13 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages), HTML, VbScript (browser/client side)
Views: 775
     This system reduces administrator workload when updating and mentaining an image gallery. The only thing the administrator has to do, is to upload the script and some images. The system is also easy to modify even for an inexperienced scripter. It is WYSIWYG editor friendly, and includes comments on the different sections of the code. The system has 3 different views: - Detailed, where you can see the file information. - Thumbnail, where you can see previews of the images. - Slideshow, which displays a new image every 5 seconds. In the config file there is 3 variables which has influence on the system features. blnSecurity - If this is true the admin tools (copy/delete) will be displayed. blnLogin - If true hidden folders are displayed. blnComponent - If true it will use the uncommented component function in img.asp (set to false as default).These variables makes it easy to implement into an existing website. It is also possible to alter the colours on the websystem via style sheets. The system includes 3 different setups you can choose frome. This system does not only live up to the coding standard which allow all kinds of browsers to display the site, but it is also possible to run it on Linux with Chili!Soft installed. Test it on # Please vote #

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