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I finally got my cusom XML photo gallery done. It's pretty slick :D

EDIT: Link removed... I'm dumping the USElise.com project

I want to add the ability for EliseTalk members to upload images into a custom gallery, but I'm not really sure I can do it without some integration with ET... anyhow, I guess if you guys upload pics here, I'll just copy them over myself for now.

Whaddya guys think?
 

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Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/usloc/public_html/uselise/gallery/index.php on line 18
 

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Dave said:
Kudos to Steve for the redesign of our mass storage site: www.RaidWeb.com
The OLD Raid site: ( JK... yours' looks a LOT better ! )
 

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Getting the following error in both Firefox and IE

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/usloc/public_html/uselise/gallery/index.php on line 18

can't see sh** :(
 

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Chris said:
Getting the following error in both Firefox and IE

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/usloc/public_html/uselise/gallery/index.php on line 18

can't see sh** :(

Funny..... sounds like post # 4 .......
 

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Noble said:
Transio's post is back from 2004, maybe he pulled the site?
Yeah, man... I since switched to a dedicated server, and haven't bothered fixing any of the errors on USElise, because I have too much to do that for projects I'm actually getting paid for... :D :shrug:
 

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Steve,

I'm looking for a lightweight, free, XML database that I could integrate to some simple web pages. Any suggestions? I see a few out there such as eXist, but haven't a clue where to get more info.
Sorry, I don't know any simple XML-based tools for managing content. Most CMSes use database back-ends, because XML parsing and templating is still a very processor-intensive task.
 

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kestrel74 said:
Funny..... sounds like post # 4 .......
Ooops, my bad. I skimmed the posts and didn't catch your post. :eek:
 
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