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who has photo galleries on client sites? What do you use?


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I have some photo galleries on clients' sites.

I've used iPhoto's export to web page feature for my real clients, like this: http://www.tuscanydesignbuild.com/fi...and/index.html

and Gallery for my pro bono ones like this: http://ctultimatealumni.com/gallery2/main.php

But neither are that easy to create. I like how the iPhoto webpage looks when I'm done. But one problem is that to add new photos I have to recreate the whole album, which takes some time. Unless someone knows a way to add photos to an existing page created in iphoto. And Gallery takes me forever to install. All the hosts have different problems with it. And unless you customize the crap out of it and know php (which I realllly do not know!) it looks really junky. And not embedded in the site, etc.

So what do you use and how do you like it?

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It looks good on their site. But has some quesitonable reviews, here: http://www.macupdate.com/reviews.php?id=13216

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Thank you. I'm glad I haven't been totally forgotten. I miss M-F so much. I never get to spend any "free" time on the internet anymore. I'm so busy. I tried to get on the IRC last night, but I couldn't even swing that. *sigh*

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