Provides extensions to the image utilities to crop images.Adds fields to the image utilities that will let you specify an image size and will provide a link to the image in that size that you can use outside of your Zenphoto gallery.


Sorry for the inconvenience but we had to release Zenphoto which is an update to

It corrects the check_for_update plugin so that it does not improperly report that there is a newer release and prevents lowercasing the default database handler name. 

As usual we recommend all users upgrade for the latest updates and fixes. For more detailed info about the fixes please review the GitHub issues list.


This plugin will intercept the load process and force references to the index page to the the single album of the installation.


Zenphoto is a bugfix release. Multiple minor errors are corrected.

As usual we recommend all users upgrade for the latest updates and fixes. For more detailed info about the fixes please review the GitHub issues list.

Extension section cleanup January 2013

Once again we did cleanup our listed third party extensions. One or two we could update but ten are apparently abandoned because the sites are generally not acessible anymore. 

You can review those ten plugins here:

If you are the author of one of these plugins and still provide it somehow let us know on the forum so we can update the entries. Otherwise we will delete their entries sometime later.


A plugin that shows a magnified picture whenever the mouse stops over an image thumbnail, in album and (or) search results pages.


The plugin provides two services:

  • IP address filtering
  • Detection of password probing attempts

IP address filtering:

Allows/Denies access to the gallery to specified IP address ranges Detects repeated failed login attempts and blocks access to the IP address used in these attempts.

This does not block access to validated users, only anonymous visitors. But a user will have to log on via the admin pages if out of the IP ranges as he will get a Forbidden error on any front-end page including a logon form

Password probing:

Hackers often use probing or password guessing to attempt to breach your site This plugin can help to throttle these attacks. It works by monitoring failed logon attempts. If a defined threashold is exceeded by requests from a particular IP address, further access attempts from that IP accress will be ignored until a timeout has expired.


reCaptcha handler (

This plugin lets you select from one of Google's reCaptcha themes (Red, White, Black Glass, or Clean) or from a custom reCaptcha theme such as the lt-blue theme included.

The lt-blue> theme is intended as an example of how to create a custom theme. You can create themes and place them into the %PLUGINS%/reCpatcha folder. The folder name will be the theme name. The only required file is reCaptcha.html but you can include other items like images, etc. in the folder.

Your custom reCaptcha.html will be processed at run time making substitutions of the followng "definitions":

  • __GETHELP__ => localized text for "Help"
  • __GETIMAGE__ => localized text for "Get an image CAPTCHA"
  • __GETAUDIO__ => localized text for "Get an audio CAPTCHA"
  • __RELOAD__ => localized text for "Get another CAPTCHA"
  • __WORDS__ => localized text for "Enter the words above"
  • __NUMBERS__ => localized text for "Enter the numbers you hear"
  • __ERROR__ => localized text for "Incorrect please try again"
  • __SOURCEWEBPATH__ => the WEB path to your folder (for url references)


Allows registered users to select and manage "favorite" Zenphoto objects. Currently just images & albums are supported.

Themes must be modified to use this plugin

  • The theme should have a custom page based on its standard album page. The default name for this page is favorites.php, but it may be changed by option. This page and the standard album page "next" loops should contain calls on printAddToFavorites($object) for each object. This provides the "remove" button.
  • The standard image page should also contain a call on printAddToFavorites
  • Calls to printFavoritesLink() should be placed anywhere that the visitor should be able to link to his favorites page.


This is a shell plugin for legacy external SPAM filters.

The plugin will load the spam filter defined by the spam_filter option if it is found in the plugins/spamfilter folder. This allows older third-party spam filters to continue to be used.