Birch Photoblog 1.32
Birch is a package of scripts that runs a photoblog.
Here are some key features of "Birch Photoblog":
· Installation page: The details of installation are taken care of for you, all you have to do is enter user information and a page title.
· Automatic display and archiving of your photos: Birch takes care of cataloging and organizing your previous photos posts.
· Simple administrator interface: All administration tasks can be accomplished from this interface, including uploading, editing and deleting a photo and it's caption, as well as changing the username, password and CSS template.
· Customize design with templates: Because the page is created using stylesheets, the appearance can easily be changed. The package comes with four templates, and more can be created if you know CSS.
· Valid XHMTL & CSS: As long as the captions you enter are valid, so is the rest of the page.
· No Database Necessary: All photo information is stored in an XML file so you don't have to install and configure a database.
· RSS Feed: The last ten entries are automatically inserted into an RSS 2.0 feed that others can access using any feed reader.
· Custom Photo Sizes: You can use any photo size that you like, with any aspect ratio.
· Apache: With the ability to use .htaccess files.
1. Unzip the file birch.zip and upload all of the files contained in the birch directory to your webserver. These files should be installed in the root directory of the webserver.
2. Make sure the permissions are set to 755 for /install/index.cgi. 755 is equivalent to -rwxr-xr-x. This can be set by entering this into the command line: chmod 755 instal/index.cgi
3. With a web browser, go to http://YourDomainNameHere.com/install/
4. Follow the instructions to complete installation
What's New in This Release:
· Changed the license from GPL to BSD.