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Need an on-line photo share software to put on my server

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Kevo, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Kevo

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    Can anyone recommend an 'on-line photo share' software front end that I can use on my own 'web sever' (Win XP Pro running IIS5).

    Like you see on the numerous web photo sharing sites but not as complex

    I would like to use my own server so I am not limited to disk space and will have greater control over it.

    It only needs to be simple and must allow other users to log in and upload photos and create albums.

    An asp script and database will probaly do, which i am fairly efficient at although not to the extent at creating an on-line photo album!

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    Problem is, as with all on-line photo store web pages is storage space.

    With a free account on FlickR you only get 20mb a month and 2 gig if you pay $25 a year for a 'pro account'.

    And who's to say these web sites will still be around in a couple of years?
    One of the reasons why I want to mount a front end on my own server.

    For anyone interested I have installed an asp script from HERE . Works a treat although other users have to use an ftp program to upload photos.
     

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