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would this idea be better off in php?

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www.somestuff.batcave.net

Just a simple photo gallery of my own design.
What I want to do works quite well in javascript.
But I'm thinking it might be better off in php.

Just a few thumbnails and one large image for testing purposes.

Comments welcomed.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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"Richard" <An*******@127.001> wrote
www.somestuff.batcave.net

Just a simple photo gallery of my own design.
What I want to do works quite well in javascript.
But I'm thinking it might be better off in php.


<copied from an answer to an almost identical question multiposted to
alt.php>

What you have constructed is some stuff that works entirely client side with
javascript, apparently to avoid interaction with the host, even at the cost
of a potentially huge initial download.

How do you intend to run a PHP solution client side?

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Cheers
Richard.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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"Richard" <An*******@127.001> wrote in message
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www.somestuff.batcave.net

Just a simple photo gallery of my own design.
What I want to do works quite well in javascript.
But I'm thinking it might be better off in php.

Just a few thumbnails and one large image for testing purposes.

Comments welcomed.


It would definitely be better in PHP, but it may also be a lot of extra
work. Why not use some simple HTML. It always works nice to have some
thumbnails and then allow the user to see larger ones by clicking on the
images...

Jul 17 '05 #3

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"rf" <rf@.invalid> wrote in message
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"Richard" <An*******@127.001> wrote
www.somestuff.batcave.net

Just a simple photo gallery of my own design.
What I want to do works quite well in javascript.
But I'm thinking it might be better off in php.
<copied from an answer to an almost identical question multiposted to
alt.php>

What you have constructed is some stuff that works entirely client side

with javascript, apparently to avoid interaction with the host, even at the cost of a potentially huge initial download.

How do you intend to run a PHP solution client side?


OY! Being a sarcastic pillock is MY job!

You might as well told the lad that there are 100s of php based galleries
available and that he'd be better off using one of those.

Jul 17 '05 #4

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