Simple PHP Gallery script

The other day I was asked to find a php gallery script that was not just easy and simple to use, but was also accessible. I came across Simple PHP Gallery, written by Paul Griffin. After some discussion on the Support Forum I have released an enhanced version.

The demo is avilable via, with apologies to Train2000. (the script was sourced for use on their site, at time of writing they have yet to be informed of its existence)

This enhanced version contains all the features of the original plus:

  • Ability to upload images, one at a time, online.
  • Ability to change directory names online.
  • Ability to change image names, date added, descriptions and more online.
  • Valid mark up – xhtml 1 transitional
  • User friendly URLs can be set.
  • Easy header/footer templating system.

Enhanced Simple PHP Gallery is now avilable for download with thanks to Paul Griffin for the initial scripts, Bryan Hansel for initial modifications and Douglas Waldron who coded much of the online editing

File was last updated 21:48 GMT 26th April 2005

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6 Responses to Simple PHP Gallery script

  1. Rich says:

    I have just released Enhanced Simple PHP Gallery version 1.3, this tidies up a few outstanding bugs and adds pagination to the thumbnail views.

    A section has now been opened up on specifically for these scripts.

  2. Rich says:

    next version already being planned, and partly coded which will include:
    better session based password
    ability to create and delete directories
    (and hopefully individual images)

    Though if I include too much it won’t so ‘simple’ any more!

  3. Rich says:

    next version due for release within the next week

  4. Henrikf says:

    I cant wait to try it 🙂

  5. Rich says:

    version 1.5 has now been released and is available from

    enjoy 🙂

  6. Rich says:

    Version 1.7 has now been released, with many new features, see Enhanced Simple PHP Gallery section at for full details.

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