Install this Script
- Install using SimpleScripts
Gallery is a slick, intuitive web based photo gallery with authenticated users and privileged albums. Easy to install, configure and use. Photo management includes automatic thumbnails, resizing, rotation, etc. User privileges make this great for communities.Visit publisher site: Gallery
Displaying 1-5 out of 20 reviews
Lacks pre-loading upcoming images. Look at something FAR better - "Single File PHP Gallery - SFPG" which is free! Gallery3 is just aweful by Menalto!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I love G3 when I first tested on local computer but when I tried it on my web server, it is not working... It is advisingme to turn on the short_open_tag. It is also activated on my php.ini file but ain't working yet. Hope you can fix this issue.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I have been using Gallery2 and Coppermine for a long time. Coppermine and Gallery both have uniqe functionalities, but Coppermine uses much less system resources than Gallery2. For that reason, I think Coppermine is a better script. Gallery2 eats too much system resources.
A better written gallery program than most, but needs work in the user/admin area. Navigation is awkward and setting user permissions is confusing. If you want to alter the appearance out of the box, the default theme is matrix. They say to copy the theme into a folder called "local" instead of altering the original theme, but this will conflict with the config file that was created at install. Gallery is yet another example of how good code writers lack good user sense.
This is an amazing script. Loaded with features, it's extremely powerful yet relatively easy to use. The modules system extends the power by adding exciting new features such as RSS feeds, random album highlights, support for 5 different graphics libraries (DCraw, ffMpeg, GD, ImageMagick and NetPBM) and much more. The permissions system is excellent, and the embed API makes it easy to integrate Gallery2 with another application, such as a forum or CMS.