Set up a Photo Gallery in a Jiffy with Noda

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Mar 25, 2013 GMT
Dmitri Popov

Noda can come in rather handy when you need to throw a stack of photos or images on the web in a hurry. Consisting of a single PHP script, Noda requires no installation or configuration. To deploy Noda, you need a web server with PHP and ImageMagick or GD.

Grab the latest release of Noda from the project's GitHub repository using the git clone git:// command, and drop the index.php file and the desired photos in the root of your web server (or in a separate directory in the root, if you want to keep things tidy). Point the browser to the index.php file, and you should see a thumbnail gallery generated by Noda. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger version of the selected photo. To navigate the gallery, use the arrow keys or navigation buttons.

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