basic UI for gallery (phpFox)

  • Status Closed
  • Budget $30 - $100 USD
  • Total Bids 4

Project Description

We URGENTLY require a mod to our phpFox image gallery. We have just implemented a subfolder system (previously it had only one level of folders), but the User Interface has not been altered in accordance with this new functionality.

Thus all subfolders are being displayed as if they were top level folders when you goto a user's gallery. Instead of being displayed below their top levels folders, subfolders are being displayed alongside them with a name like 'toplevelname/subfoldername'.


- Create gallery UI

We need a working user interface in place for the user galleries. Users should goto a gallery, and see only top level folders in the main area, NOT subfolders. They must then be able to click on the top level folder they wish to view the contents of, and be able to see the images and subfolders associated with it (the images should be displayed below subfolders when viewing a folder). They should then be able to click on another subfolder within that subfolder, and view the contents of that, and so on. There is an infinite number of subfolders allowed.

They also need to have clear links to go back to the the previous folder levels when viewing a subfolder, with links to the last 5 parent folders to which the subfolder is asssociated (+ a link to root) at the top of the gallery.

Our deadline is very fast approaching, and FINAL. Therefore we need delivery of this project within 48 Hours (by 10pm GMT - 16th September 2006).

We also require copies of all the files/sql that has been modifed during the project, in case we need to re-install.

We can provide you with further detail of the project, or the URL to have a look for yourself on request.

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