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    I am in the process of designing a website for a client who happens to be a photographer. This client wants the ability to update their own portfolio section of the site. I was simply wondering the best way to create a site that allows them to do this.

    *note* this might be posted in the wrong section. if that is the case let me know and direct me to where I can get some help.

    Thanks

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    Depending what you mean by "update" it may or may not be in the correct forum.

    If you mean, upload new images, your client could use a FTP tool

    However if you mean allow them to add new images to thier website, through thier website, this is the wrong forum as X/HTML cannot handle form uploads alone.

    This may not fit into your website's structure, but you could try: http://gallery.menalto.com/

    If that is "too much" - I wrote a script which produces links to all images at the bottom, and above them has whatever image is specified (get method), http://bfsog.co.uk/mygallery

    Demo: http://bfsog.co.uk/mygallery/mygallery.php

    If that does not help you, could you give us more information?

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    Thank you for your prompt response. The links that you posted are exactly what I am looking for. I will most likely end up using the script that you created. If I do, you will of course be credited. Thanks!

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    No problem.

    Your client will still need to upload the images, a simple 10 minute lesson using an FTP client would solve that, or create a small admin area where they can upload images, the second option is not neccessary IMO.

    Good luck


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