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Gallery Index or Directory

Thread began 5/07/2010 4:43 pm by q_carlos322496 | Last modified 6/09/2010 2:54 pm by Jimmy Wu | 997 views | 5 replies |

q_carlos322496

Gallery Index or Directory

Is there a way to display a list of all of the available galleries on a public web page to create navitation links to the multiple galleries?

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Jimmy Wu

You could just add a link to all the galleries on a page, or you could store a link to all the galleries in the database and then use a recordset to display the links.

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q_carlos322496

gallery directory

i was trying to allow for my client to manage his own gallery without having having to contact me to make the updates.

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Jimmy Wu

Unfortunately, there is no feature for this. You would have to either educate your client on how to insert the code for the gallery or develop a module yourself that would accomplish this for you.

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Roland Rogers

Do the Jimmy Wu

You can do as Jimmy suggests two posts up - set up a recordset to show all available galleries in the system. Then code the link to push the url variables that controls how the gallery is displayed.

I did that for a client here:

www.paulelfenbein.com

click on gallery to see how it works. It makes it so much easier to manage and access the galleries.

- Roland

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Jimmy Wu

Thanks for the input Roland. It looks good.

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