PHPoto is a photo gallery system for the Web. It is made with semantically valid XHTML and styled with CSS, and is extremely easy for website owners to customize. Web-based installation and administration make it easy to get galleries up and running quickly. Features include multi-album capabilities, automatic thumbnailing, and many customizable options to tailor the system to your website's needs. Integrated database abstraction allows PHPoto to run on a wide variety of popular database systems, and it is compatible with PHP 4 and 5.
|Tags||Internet Web multimedia Graphics|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This releases fixes a few usability bugs and introduces a feature that preserves line breaks in album and picture descriptions by converting them to HTML tags for output. PHPoto is now officially tested and developed in a PHP 5 environment, though it will continue to be compatible with PHP 4 for a long while to come.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs and makes some minor UI enhancements. The underlying code has gone through a bit of restructuring to improve ease-of-use for end users. The included database abstraction library, ADOdb, has been upgraded to the latest version.
Release Notes: The user interface has been drastically improved through a complete redesign. PHPoto's generated markup has been made even more compliant with improved XHTML 1.1 semantics and CSS design. Several buggy SQL queries and other minor assorted bugs have also been corrected.
Release Notes: The use of superglobals was made backwards-compatible with PHP pre-4.1, though this has not been thoroughly tested. Several trivial XHTML markup errors were corrected, making the system completely XHTML-compliant. Many other small bugfixes and code improvements were also made.
Release Notes: The included ADOdb library has been upgraded from version 4.23 to 4.52. Album control icons have replaced the monotonous old text links, and a lot of code and SQL queries have been optimized for speed. A bug that displayed incorrect picture counts in albums with hidden pictures and that created unnecessary paging has been fixed. Picture counts now correspond to the number of pictures that are visible to a given user. For example, hidden images are counted only for administrators.