Well this seemed to work in years past so here I am again to ask the community for some php help.
I’m working on an image gallery called <a href=“http://www.solitude.dk/gallerythingie/">"Gallery Thingie”</a> which is actually a very good php gallery that relies on flat-file databases for its information. The problem i’m having is that i need to limit the amount of thumbnails that appear on a single page. I asked the creator of the script have gotten no good advice accept to look for loop tutorials.
Here’s what i have have:
<?php displayList($phpfile, "thumbnail");?>
I’m supposed to hack this line of code to do what I want.
Coming from a web-developer, I suggest that you start using mySQL or some kind of database structure. Databases ensure greater stability, speeds, and security than flat-file systems offer. I know this does not exactly help your situation, but just a word of advice.