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I am looking for a simple PHP gallery with the following characteristics:

  • Pure PHP
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • SQL
  • Excludes JavaScript
  • Handle Subcategories
  • Easily customizable

I have tried to search, but I find only with JavaScript or Ajax.

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you could use a mysql database to store the location of the images on your ftp server. then use php to get the rows of the database and echo them out using a while statement.

you can either look into it further.

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finally i use this solution, because the already written galleries is not customizable as i want. – flatronka Aug 29 '12 at 15:07

Here is a link to PHPAlbum, which make no use of anything except PHP (comes with an installer or the regular files to upload yourself)

phpAlbum website there is also a demo site

Now if you're not completely against tiny bits of JS you have this tutorial (link) to create a simple pics gallery with PHP, but effects around pics are added from the loaded JS lib (which you can avoid and use the PHP code only) Have fun

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