I have an idea but with the current workload I’m unable to spend the time to develop it.
I would like to use the jQuery galleriffic gallery located here: http://www.twospy.com/galleriffic/ but have the ability to manage the gallery from a php admin control panel. (add/delete/edit items)
Please post any other ideas or if anyone might be interested in developing such an item.
there are JQuery driven galleries implemented, you could take and change them to your dynamic gallerific scripts
Thank you both for your posts.
@themac – is there anyway around the mod_rewrite function in your scripts? (not offered on my host) The 1st link you posted looks like it would be a great start (huge time saver) – (many options) in the admin area.
@Laith – I’ve bookmarked your script because I can see this being useful for other things I had in mind for other projects. I noticed you used a nice and simple xml output. I used a similar format a while back when I created a dynamic RSS feed from a database.
Edit: actually themac the 2nd link looks more like what I was going for…just worried about mod_rewrite being an issue
actually themac the 2nd link looks more like what I was going for…just worried about mod_rewrite being an issueFor the next update in the mid of February I plan an option to turn on/off mod_rewrite
hi,actually themac the 2nd link looks more like what I was going for…just worried about mod_rewrite being an issueFor the next update in the mid of February I plan an option to turn on/off mod_rewrite rgds
That sounds great! I’m used to ?page=pagename by now…haha ugly urls…haha
I wouldn’t necessarily need the ability to have users create an acct, but removing the signup links doesn’t look like it would be a problem, and I could always use it as a hosting site as you intended.
Nice work on the jQuery code also to display the gallery. I’ll check back in mid Feb as this isn’t anything I need right away.
SGM 2 .0 is released and with the help of php mod_rewrite you should be able to use SGM w/o apache’s mod_rewrite