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Geowil

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A question regaurding the random and latest added
« on: July 27, 2008, 06:46:02 pm »

Hi, i'm new to CPM, coming from Gallery 2 (atrocious support and lots of bugs) after some sour experiances and seemlingly unfixable issues.

I have the jist of how coppermine functions but there is a question that I have about the home page structure.

So, the question:

When on the home page of a gallery, there is tons of clutter (example: recently added/random files)

how can I get rid of those 2 areas (random files/latest added)?

really, i wont need them and it just makes everything look messy.

also, if i wanted to, could i take out the search and most viewed links at the top?  and would that be done in the theme file?
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Re: A question regaurding the random and latest added
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2008, 06:50:15 pm »

sorry for double posting, but i couldnt find the edit button lol.

i ment to also add this question:

is there a program that can upload to coppermine? (maybe something like Gallery Remote?)

or if its all done with an ftp uploader, how is that accomplished?

ill also be checking the faqs for answers, but i'd still like to know, cant have too much information bout these kinda things lol.
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Re: A question regaurding the random and latest added
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2008, 04:53:39 am »

Hi, i'm new to CPM, coming from Gallery 2 (atrocious support and lots of bugs) after some sour experiances and seemlingly unfixable issues.

I have the jist of how coppermine functions but there is a question that I have about the home page structure.

So, the question:

When on the home page of a gallery, there is tons of clutter (example: recently added/random files)

how can I get rid of those 2 areas (random files/latest added)?

really, i wont need them and it just makes everything look messy.

also, if i wanted to, could i take out the search and most viewed links at the top?  and would that be done in the theme file?

You can set the the content of the main page in your gallery configuration.
http://coppermine-gallery.net/demo/cpg14x/docs/index.htm#admin_album_list



sorry for double posting, but i couldnt find the edit button lol.

i ment to also add this question:

is there a program that can upload to coppermine? (maybe something like Gallery Remote?)

or if its all done with an ftp uploader, how is that accomplished?

ill also be checking the faqs for answers, but i'd still like to know, cant have too much information bout these kinda things lol.

If your talking about adding batch files into coppermine click the link below.

http://coppermine-gallery.net/demo/cpg14x/docs/index.htm#batch_add_pics
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Re: A question regaurding the random and latest added
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2008, 06:17:06 am »

is there a program that can upload to coppermine? (maybe something like Gallery Remote?)
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Please respect the "one issue per thread" policy in the future - you agreed to respect it when signing up.

Your initial question was solved - Fangweile told you how to accomplish this. In the future, please read the docs and search the board before posting. Marking thread as "solved".
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