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Hi there! Code is probably great for intranet or fast internet but in reality has no real useful meaning. It uses the M$ FrontPage shrank images for thumbnails. Thumbnail is not the re-sized image tags but new image created from the original and re-sized, then it's a thumbnail.

I have created a number of commercial albums for use on the internet -> one of the Albums. All images processed and site logos posted in real time and thumbnails created.

I'd rather write some code instead of searching for one that'll do the job. If you'll look at the source of the pages - you will notice that code has no garbage as " ' or # as browsers just ignore them unless you use whitespace in ALT or form tags.

Well, my whole image processing code (using NetPBM) is about 5 times shorter then your code above that uses modules. Why use modules at all in this case???

If you need a code - lemmiknow and I'd be glad to help!


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In reply to Re: Image Gallery script by perlservant
in thread Image Gallery script by dmmiller2k

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