Can you give me a quote for these two things? Refer to [url removed, login to view]
1. In my backend content management system, when I upload the photos for a photo gallery, I can only upload 5 photos at a time because there are 5 uploaders and I have to select a file for each one. Instead of having 5 uploaders and only being able to upload 5 photos at a time, can you make it so that there is only one uploader and I can select multiple files from the file window by holding down CTRL or selecting a range of files by using SHIFT. The backend content management system is coded in PHP.
2. Refer to the 'photos' section for san diego on [url removed, login to view]
The way it works now:
In the 'photos' ([url removed, login to view]) section, the user clicks on a photo gallery listing and it will go to [url removed, login to view] . when a user clicks on a thumbnail to see the enlarged image it goes to [url removed, login to view]
Change it to this:
(integrate the facebook script that you did for me on the last project)
When the user clicks on a thumbnail on the [url removed, login to view] page, instead of going directly to [url removed, login to view], have it first go to a page that looks like the attached image [url removed, login to view] . The user will select a viewing option from this page. They can either choose to view the photos for free or they can "pay with a facebook post". If the user selects the free option then it will go to [url removed, login to view](or you can create a new page for this) but all the photos will be displayed with a "NV" watermark overlay(.png file). Make sure that if the user right-clicks on the photo to save it then they will get the watermark overlay. If the user selects "pay with a facebook post" it will go to a page that looks like the attached image [url removed, login to view] where the user will review the post that will be posted to their facebook wall. The text/image on this page will echo the post arguments from the script. The user will also be able to add additional text to the post from this page which will be passed to the 'message' argument in the facebook post script. The user will then click the "connect to facebook" button to initiate the facebook process. Integrate facebook post script with the "connect to facebook" button and have it go to the corresponding photo on the [url removed, login to view] page after the process is successful. Can you also record the users IP address if they 'pay with a post' so that they will not have to keep paying with a post every time they want to view a photo gallery. So before the user is even redirected to [url removed, login to view] page it should check to see if the users IP address has already payed with a post at a previous time. If they have, then it will bypass the [url removed, login to view] page and it will display the photos without the "NV" watermark automatically. Can you also add some kind of tracker in the database that counts the number of people who 'pay with a post'. Refer to the attached image [url removed, login to view] to see how the process should flow.