Looks nice. but the title doesn’t support UTF8. Can you quickly fix that please?
Seems to have a problem showing an image after an incorrect password is inserted.
I paste the link again and get the following:
An error was occurred (not found): please check the url is correct, in this case, the image could just be expired!
and then I’m quickly redirected to the main page.
Tested again with a wallpaper sized image. The page squished the image so that it wasn’t as high as it should have been. When I right clicked it and viewed image by itself, the image was fine.
Seems like your page is doing something with squishing images. Wallpaper size was 1920×1080.
What browser are you using? The script uses css3 features. Let me know
Latest version of FF.
I’m using latest version of Firefox check my screen here
(My Firefox version is 38.0.1 and i actually checked but there are no updates for it)
You screenshot shows it scretched too. That is not the native dimension of the image. (right click image and view only the image, you can see your script is squishing the image.)
Yes because the pictures takes all width of the page but its height must be lower than page height
All I’m saying is that if you are going to show the image to the max width, then the height should be an equal ratio of the original image, not squished, which your script is currently doing.
Your script is not displaying images at a proper height by width pixel dimension when they take the entire width. Both my upload and your screenshot demonstrate this.
Updated and now it mantains the correct image aspect ratio, check it now
Try for a day Here or upload a new big image
Seems to be working now.
I tested a 10 second image, and it shows for 10 seconds, then displays this error:
then redirects to the front page.
Perhaps something smoother, like displaying a message that the image has been automatically removed after the 10 seconds the uploader had set. Sit there for 10 seconds on that message, and then redirect to the front page.
This would give the proper message that it wasn’t an error, but everything performed correctly, and still get users back to the front page.
This is not important because if you see the image and it expires in a moment, the image and its data are immediately deleted from the server so the link is not recognised as a correct link!
Correctly informing users on why their content is gone is always important.
what if the user doesn’t want delete the picture? there should be an option called ” don’t delete” the image should remain in the server.
You could be add an option called “Don’t delete” with a big time by administration panel. An year is 31104000 seconds, ten years is 311040000 and your problem is solved!
How do we monetize this? How can we add banners? When I try to add a banner the page goes blank.
As well a ‘head’ section would be nice in order to add meta data.
I have tried editing the ‘func.php” file with meta data, but I get a blank screen.
$newpage = new WebPage();
$newpage = new WebPage();
$newpage->setHeader("code for adv which must be in the head tag");
$advbody = "code for adv which must be in the body tag";
Thanks! I’ll give it a try
Nice script man, good luck with sales!
You really should hire a writer/proofreader/editor.
In which sense?
This page will be deleted in 10 s viewed 1 time… <<< after this page goes away… we want to put a banner ad… and make it last for 10-20? seconds… then it goes away.. then back to home page ? We would pay extra for that feature.
If i understood: when the time of viewing expires, instead of go to the home you want to make user go to an advertising page which, after 10-20 seconds, redirects to the home. Is this correct? If yes, I can do it. Let me know
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