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While i am on a role,

Can anyone recommend a way of putting a lot of pics on a website? Say a gallery, again i have to add it to a CMS  
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Depends on where your pictures are coming from.  Please tell us a little more.  You may find you like JAlbum -- I do.

Best, Ray
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HI,

Try plogger (http://www.plogger.org/)

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Dinesh
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Don't know what you mean??????? Depends on where your pictures are coming from
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Right.  Are these pictures you have taken and want to put on the web?  Or are they being gathered from your web site clients, maybe uploaded by them?  Or are you buying them from a stock photo service, etc.?
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They will come from ME and or clients.
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If they were ALL from you, I would recommend JAlbum, but if you need client-upload abilities, you need to look at other options.  One of those options might include using Flickr and linking to the Flickr galleries.

You might find a number of good solutions in this search:
http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=open+source+photo+gallery

I know that Coppermine is very well thought of.
http://coppermine-gallery.net/

HTH, ~Ray
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Is it something which can be done with php or would i be better to source a open source option
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You can do it all in PHP.  Coppermine is a PHP machine.  I would opt for a pre-coded version.  There are a lot of moving parts to this and it would be a long "reinvent-the-wheel" project to start from scratch.
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thanks for the help
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Thanks for the points - it's a good question.  Best of luck with it, ~Ray
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