PhotoGallery 1.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux
Program licensingScript Licensing : GPL - GNU Public License
CreatedCreated : Jun 22, 2007
Size downloadDownloads : 2
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PhotoGallery is a module for the PostNuke CMS which ...

gallery by Nathan Welch is a module for the PostNuke CMS which allows the site administrator to easily put up an attractive and usable photo gallery on their PostNuke website. photogallery 1.0 is easy to install, simple to use and uses the pnRender templating engine, so customizing it to your needs is easy!
Features:
- Configuration options include gallery welcome message, number of columns for gallery categories and thumbnail, page spanning, set size and format of generated large pics and thumbnails
- Create an unlimited number of gallery categories, with complete control over category order.
- Each category can have a description and a thumbnail image which are displayed on the gallery home page (and thumbnail or photo pages, if you choose).
- Custom templates can be specified for gallery category thumbnail pages and photo detail pages on a per category basis for different looks in different categories.
- Photos are added by uploading through the browser with automatic creation of large and thumbnail images in PNG or JPG format
- Photos can display a title, description/caption, date added and also track views/hits for photo detail pages
- Photos can be sorted on a per-category basis - newest first, oldest first, alphabetically by photo title, or by the specific order you choose
- Inserts gallery name, gallery category name or photo title in the page

PhotoGallery 1.0 scripting tags: postnuke modules, photo, postnuke photos, gallery, photo gallery, thumbnail, pages, category, photogallery. What is new in PhotoGallery 1.0 software script? - Unable to find PhotoGallery 1.0 news. What is improvements are expecting? Newly-made PhotoGallery 1.1 will be downloaded from here. You may download directly. Please write the reviews of the PhotoGallery. License limitations are unspecified.