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Coppermine or other photo gallery

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Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canadians!!!

 

Searched the forums and most current post is from 2006.

Wondering if anyone has tried to integrate some type of photo gallery for verified customers to upload images of purchases in use.

Thanks in advance

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Make your own, that is tightly integrated into the shop.

  • Code a gallery that shows all images
    - there is at least one that is "modern" and tightly integrated in osCommerce
  • Allowing customers to upload to this Gallery
    - Have an upload form where the customer has to login to use it
  • Save the uploaded image name and customer_id etc in a new DB table
    - you also *must* allow user to delete their own image(s), perhaps do this on a page in their account (ie a mini gallery that displays only their image(s) with delete link by each one
    - uploaded images should not be publically viewable immediately, but should only be turned live by you (admin)
  • Admin side
    - you need a page that displays images so that you can turn them off and on (status) and delete them as appropriate (eg if someone uploads an unwanted image)

 


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Thank you for the great suggestions and input.

 

 

 

 

On 7/2/2019 at 5:15 AM, burt said:

Make your own, that is tightly integrated into the shop.

  • Code a gallery that shows all images
    - there is at least one that is "modern" and tightly integrated in osCommerce
  • Allowing customers to upload to this Gallery
    - Have an upload form where the customer has to login to use it
  • Save the uploaded image name and customer_id etc in a new DB table
    - you also *must* allow user to delete their own image(s), perhaps do this on a page in their account (ie a mini gallery that displays only their image(s) with delete link by each one
    - uploaded images should not be publically viewable immediately, but should only be turned live by you (admin)
  • Admin side
    - you need a page that displays images so that you can turn them off and on (status) and delete them as appropriate (eg if someone uploads an unwanted image)

 

 

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