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    Photo Album

    I would like a very simple method of being able to display a set of photos (scanned images) on a web page. I what to be able to upload the photos, and upon entering the web page a list with links is generated. I do not want to have to do a lot HTML page editing every time I upload more photos. I may be asking to much, but I can be wishful.
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    Re: Photo Album

    I timed myself and it took me exactly 8 minutes to do something like that on a UNIX web server. I imagine (hope) that it's just as easy on an NT-based server but I can't help you if you're on the dark -- er -- NT side.

    Here's what I did: <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.chachich.com/cgi-bin/listphotos>ClickMe</A>
    The 20 lines of code are attached. Even if you don't know anything about UNIX, you can probably get an idea of what it's doing.
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    Re: Photo Album

    The simplest way of all is to put the photos *and nothing else* in a directory all of their own. Then entering http://www.dave.com/photos (or whatever you call the directory) will just show the directory index with them all listed.
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    Re: Photo Album

    Thanks for both of you suggesting tha same thing. I will give it a try.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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