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DYNAMIC IMAGE GALLERY WITH AJAX (IMAGES COMING FROM DATABASE AND ADDED IN TO THE GALLERY)

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i want to implement the image gallery with ajax and images should come from the database and added in the gallery. how to do this ?

i will be very thankful to you if u give me the code here.
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i think we should try to make it by ourselves because there is a lot of customization to be done later on into that. i will post code that i have done.


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with the previous code, all the things are getting messed up. so we should now begin making it again by taking a database.
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