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#1 bo0

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Posted 20 June 2006 - 08:37 AM

I have a script (below) that displays images found in a certain folder.

I need to know how I would make the script display say 10 images per page.

Any ideas?

<?php

function filelist ($startdir="./", $searchSubdirs=1, $directoriesonly=0, $maxlevel="all", $level=1) {

   //list the directory/file names that you want to ignore

   $ignoredDirectory[] = ".";
   $ignoredDirectory[] = "..";
   $ignoredDirectory[] = "_vti_cnf";

   global $directorylist;    //initialize global array
   if (is_dir($startdir)) {
       if ($dh = opendir($startdir)) {
           while (($file = readdir($dh)) !== false) {
               if (!(array_search($file,$ignoredDirectory) > -1)) {
                 if (filetype($startdir."/".$file) == "dir") {
                       //build your directory array however you choose;
                       //add other file details that you want.
                       $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['level'] = $level;
                       $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['dir'] = 1;
                       $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['name'] = $file;
                       $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['path'] = $startdir;
                       if ($searchSubdirs) {
if ((($maxlevel) == "all") or ($maxlevel > $level)) {
   $list2 = filelist($startdir . $file . "/", $searchSubdirs, $directoriesonly, $maxlevel, $level + 1);
   if(is_array($list2)) {
       $directorylist = array_merge($directorylist, $list2);
   }
}}
                   } else {
                       if (!$directoriesonly) {
                           //if you want to include files; build your file array
                           //however you choose; add other file details that you want.
                         $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['level'] = $level;
                         $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['dir'] = 0;
                         $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['name'] = $file;
                         $directorylist[$startdir . $file]['path'] = $startdir;
     }}}}
           closedir($dh);
}}
return($directorylist);
}


$files = filelist("./Display_Pictures",1,0); // call the function

foreach ($files as $list) {//print array

    echo "<img src=\" ".$list['path']."/".$list['name']." \" />";

}





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#2 bo0

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Posted 21 June 2006 - 04:32 PM

Anyone?




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