I'm doing a site and the site wants to have alot of pictures. but I dont want to have to be emailed the pictures and manually upload them everyday so what can i do?

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If you're already using some sort of CMS, then it's likely they already have some sort of gallery functionality or plugin, for example:

There are many more for each app, I've just linked to one for each. Otherwise, either use a gallery script of some kind, for example (assuming PHP):

Or hook into one of the online photo management APIs in your own code:

Answered over 7 years ago by Rob Crowther
  • Ive decided to use Picasa API. How do I put it on a page on my website? whats the code? canyonchase1 over 7 years ago
  • http://code.google.com/apis/picasaweb/overview.html Shevek over 7 years ago
danwellman 5600

How is the site built? What technology is it built on? PHP? .net?

Is it a CMS?

The best way for you to do this is to hand the site over with a set of images added and then let the client upload new images themselves.

Unless the site is built from static HTML it should be relatively easy to add a pre-built module that will let the client log in and add new images

Answered over 7 years ago by danwellman