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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: October 11, 2008, 03:41:25 PM »
Can't you just use one 4images and point all your 3 domains to that directory? that would be the optimal, unless you want to use different styles or mods for each domain...

thank you thank you V@no

in fact, as I understand it now, it is enough to change the content of image_media_file and   image_thumb_file in the DB to http://domain1.com/1/pic1.jpg instead of pic1.jpg


I wish you told me this some very long time ago.

this issue has been waiting in my kitchen for many years ..........




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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: October 11, 2008, 03:38:31 PM »
In administration area, while attempting add an image you see two options of adding for each image and preview file.
- One of them has "Browse" button, which used to add images from local machine. They will be phisically uploaded to your folders in gallery.
- The second option, right under the first one is used to add remote images(there is not "Browse button"). You put there a deep link to your image file, located somewhere. If you use 4images, then you know what kind of path it uses to keet images. (first of all you should remove rightclick disable code and by rightclicking on your image you'll find deep link to your image).

It is all.

thank you man. I really appreciate your help. I really do .


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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: October 08, 2008, 10:09:04 AM »


   - Use your second 4images gallery with remote pictures, which are located on the first hosting. (I think you know how to use in your gallery remote images)




thank you for your kind help,

I don't know how to use remote images. please tell me.

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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 19, 2008, 03:02:08 PM »
ok because you was asking exactly this "3 domains on one server" so what I told you is one 4image installation accessed from 3 different domains let say www.xyz.com, www.xxx.com, www.yyy.com, if somebody accessing one of them they will see all the time just your gallery or whatever you have in your server folder.

3 domains = 3 websites, not 1 website and  2 unused domain names that I can park and point to the first domain...............

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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 19, 2008, 12:40:55 PM »
You just have to do this, set your Parked Domains (Domain pointers) and that allow you to "point" or "park" additional domain names to your existing hosting account. This will allow users to also reach your website when entering the "parked" or "pointed" domain into their browsers. Domains must be registered with a valid registrar before they can be parked. In addition, they will not be functional unless they are configured to point to your DNS servers.

the other two domains that I wish to share the data of my 4images installation with are fully functional domains with big websites on them........ not parked domains....

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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 19, 2008, 01:15:31 AM »
Well, it depends on the server and hoster. Some allow create "virtual" directories which work like shortcut in Windows OS. You should ask your host administrator if they support such thing.

The alternative would be use mod_rewrite in .htaccess

can you please a bit explain how to do that ??

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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 13, 2008, 12:07:07 AM »
Well, it depends on the server and hoster. Some allow create "virtual" directories which work like shortcut in Windows OS. You should ask your host administrator if they support such thing.

The alternative would be use mod_rewrite in .htaccess

thank you V@no...... thank you really...... I need a little bit more step by step instructions....... if you would kindly offer some.

I am on my own dedicated LINUX box (CentOS)


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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 09, 2008, 05:15:14 PM »
Can't you just use one 4images and point all your 3 domains to that directory? that would be the optimal, unless you want to use different styles or mods for each domain...

hmmm. What precisely did you mean by "point all 3 domains to that directory"?

like one installation of 4images and simple html links to it from all 3 domains ?


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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 09, 2008, 10:59:46 AM »
4images doesn't care about your domains, you can install it ones and use any domains. The only problem you'll have is that you'll have to login on each domain, because cookies can not be shared between domains.


logging on each domain is no problem at all.

but how can I use the same pictures on 3 installations on 3 domains ??

should I manually change the path to the media files in the DB to something like

/home/user1/public_html/gallery/data/media/folder# ????

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Installation, Update & Configuration / Re: share data by 3 installations
« on: September 06, 2008, 01:01:51 AM »
anyone???????

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hello.

this is my 2-dime contribution to the community.

this is a very simple modification to break the line and add a point before each subcategory in the category listing. (as in the attached image).

this mod is for 4images 1.7.6

simply download the attached functions.php and throw it in your "includes" folder.

attached also image to show you how this new presentation of the subcategories works out for me. you can also check here http://forumislam.com/galerie/

the only changes are made in lines 1115 to 1117. the modified code is here:

Code: [Select]
      $sub_cat_list .= "<b>.</b> &nbsp; <a href=\"".$sub_url."\" class=\"subcat\">".format_text($cat_cache[$subcat_id]['cat_name'], 2)."</a>";
      if ($i != $config['num_subcats'] && $i < $config['num_subcats'] && $i < $num_subs) {
        $sub_cat_list .= "<br> ";

Remarks or thanks are welcome.

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thank you very much for this nice mod.
I believe this must be part of the original script, not a mod.

we all change minds on how to organize photos on our galleries.


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You could use admin/image.php (Edit Image in ACP) and select all images of a category and move into another one.

Thank you Alessio. but are you using a modded version of images.php?
the regular non-modded file does not on my end provide a "move" button. I only got "delete" and "next page"

right ?

edit: I believe you are using a mod such as this one
http://www.4homepages.de/forum/index.php?topic=6759.0


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hi.
I know how to merge 2 categories with SQL (direct access to the DB)

But I would like to give such power to fellow administrators who only have access to 4images 1.7.6 admin interface

I searched and could not find such a mod.

Does this exist?

The MOD should simply do 2 things:

$source_cat_id=
$target_cat_id=

1) update table images WHERE cat_id = $source_cat_id SET cat_id= $target_cat_id

2) mv /home/user/public_html/gallery_folder/data/media/$source_cat_id ../$target_cat_id


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Thanks this is what i need  :D

again. thank you

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