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Drop in script to create web gallery?

Posted on 2009-07-01
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I have various folders on my web server. These folders are filled with jpegs.

Is there a script that I can just drop in the folder containing the images that will automatically create a thumbnail gallery of the contents of that folder when I access it with a browser over the internet?

It seems like I remember seeing scripts like these before but I didn't need them at the time so didn't pay them much attention.

The only real requirement is that the script should require no configuration and should be free.
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