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Zenphoto 0.3

AJAX title/description editing on images and albums. Comment saving Bugfixes; improved IE support. Relevant links: trisweb.com (…)

Zenphoto 0.3 – “AJAX Fireworks”

Okay, so I should have been working on the more fundamental stuff instead, but I got totally hooked on making the AJAX go (though I did cookie comment info). I left admin mode on by default so everyone can play with it. Yes, that means you (…)

Zenphoto 0.2.2

Database garbage collection functions implemented. Temporarily added a "pruning" page to clean the database manually - prune.php (GC will be used later before any operation relying on the database)  

Zenphoto 0.2

Comments, comment template functions added. Lots of bugfixes, speedups, etc. Relevant links: trisweb.com - zenphoto 0.2 - "Comments (…)

Zenphoto 0.2 – “Comments Enabled”

Comments and navigation are done! Zenphoto is now very functional, and I’m probably going to move the photos site on this page over to it pretty soon (as soon as I do some image/album metadata editing, which just needs the forms). Check (…)

Zenphoto 0.1.2

Pagination: Template functions to get/print links to next/prev page based on context, and to any page given its number. Improved album/gallery links: now point to the page where the current element resides (eg: the Albumlink for (…)

Zenphoto 0.1.1

mod_rewrite rules written (cruft-free URLs) Class functions to save new metadata to the database Lots of small bugfixes Relevant links: trisweb.com - zenphoto 0.11 (…)

Zenphoto 0.11 – “cruft free”

The point: You’ll never have to resize images again. 0.11 Demo Gallery Feel free to play with the URLs and make your own sizes, but please, (…)

Zenphoto 0.1 preview

I’m not making the source available just yet, but here’s a preview. zenphoto 0.1 test gallery Right now, it’s a fully navigable gallery, with full on-the-fly (…)

Zenphoto status

I’ve been working on it all weekend. I’m still in the first stages, but I’ve finished all image functions, including that spiffy size-in-the-url resizer feature. In fact, that went so well, I made all images in the program use it, which means (…)