yappa-ng is an easy to use online PHP photo gallery. It has a comfortable and elaborate album-oriented photo album administration Web interface. Each picture can be viewed in many different sizes with resizing created automatically on the fly. It has complete user selectable language support, and supports password protected albums, hit counters for albums and images, album info, image captions, gallery overview, different themes, and a 'Top 10 images' ranking system for each photo album.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Presentation Internet Web Dynamic Content Site Management Information Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Remote file inclusion and cross site scripting vulnerabilities have been fixed. Users should upgrade as soon as possible.
Release Notes: The most prominent new features for users are the Image and Album Rating and the long awaited EXIF support. The Upload User has been changed to a free to configure PowerUser. This release has semiautomatic backup/restore functionality for the hitlogs and the rating lists, and the ability to import complete directory trees with one click. Support for Support for PHP 4.1 and lower is dropped; this release is PHP 5 compatible. There is a new upgrade script.
Release Notes: Most new features are on the administration level. The ToolBox is for view, backup, and delete log file Management. In the new upgrade process, user-created files and data files are no longer in danger of being overwritten. The new safe mode installation routine enables the installation on servers (home pages) where the admin has only FTP access and no way to change the file ownership of the source files. The logging mechanism has been completely rewritten. Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese have been added.
Release Notes: This release has no restrictions to any filetypes or MIME types to display or present, even if it's a "non-resizeable file" like PDF, movie, audio, or "office". If a snapshot of this file (screencapture, etc.) is available, it will be displayed instead of the stereotype filetyperelated thumbnail. Other new features are a slideshow, photo album description previews, and "last changed" markers for albums. There is an option to include random images from the gallery in any HTML page, and much more.