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....nanoIMG.com

 

--time to create 12 days with full debug, and email upload support.

--runs on mysql for db, php5, IM =P

 

let me know if you like it, and if you do, use it. my goal is to generate about 3tb of traffic by end of this year.  have fun!

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A few things i've noticed

 

Error Page

No [back] link. Unless a user navigates backwards they are stuck.

This is a bad idea

 

Some errors reference error.html which is working

however some, such as file not found reference error.php which does not exist.

 

Resize to

Im not sure if this is an issue, but

if i upload say a 100x100 image and tell it to resize to 640x480 as an example then no error message is displayed.

possibly a

"The resize scale you have chosen is larger than the image, no resize will occur

[continue upload] [cancel]"

 

message will work well?

 

Edit: Uh oh: After using it it seems to be broken, did i break it?

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A few things i've noticed

 

Error Page

No [back] link. Unless a user navigates backwards they are stuck.

This is a bad idea

 

Some errors reference error.html which is working

however some, such as file not found reference error.php which does not exist.

 

Resize to

Im not sure if this is an issue, but

if i upload say a 100x100 image and tell it to resize to 640x480 as an example then no error message is displayed.

possibly a

"The resize scale you have chosen is larger than the image, no resize will occur

[continue upload] [cancel]"

 

message will work well?

 

Edit: Uh oh: After using it it seems to be broken, did i break it?

 

Thanks for feed back, and when you posted your response server was being moved from one cabinet to another, there was a 15min downtime unfortunately. 

 

1. user can click the"logo" go navigate backwards.

2. I don't see a point in that really, if you to get image dimentions you need to upload the file anyway so why upload it twice? if the image is smaller than resize value the don't resize.

 

Thanks =)

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Your TOS does not state that uploaded content is the own user's content and that they're responsible for the content they upload according to the TOS, this means if there is an unlawful thing put up you could get in trouble and be walked over.

 

Other than that, I like it, It's simple, It actually tells the deletion policy (time till delete) and allows mobile uploads, It's a soft featured site without chunks of advertising, for now?  ;)

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Hi,

I like the site, there dosent seem to be any major problems. The only thing I would maybe do is have a way of seeing what you have uploaded. You could show all images uploaded by IP. So for example when I upload the image it logs my IP. Then on the homepage it shows all images uploaded on that IP. Its isnt the best methos but probably the easiest!

 

If you didnt want to do that you could make a simple login section for regular users?

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Hi,

I like the site, there dosent seem to be any major problems. The only thing I would maybe do is have a way of seeing what you have uploaded. You could show all images uploaded by IP. So for example when I upload the image it logs my IP. Then on the homepage it shows all images uploaded on that IP. Its isnt the best methos but probably the easiest!

 

If you didnt want to do that you could make a simple login section for regular users?

 

I will look into that, perhaps using cookies to track peoples uploads.  Better than a constantly changing IP address.

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Hi,

I like the site, there dosent seem to be any major problems. The only thing I would maybe do is have a way of seeing what you have uploaded. You could show all images uploaded by IP. So for example when I upload the image it logs my IP. Then on the homepage it shows all images uploaded on that IP. Its isnt the best methos but probably the easiest!

 

If you didnt want to do that you could make a simple login section for regular users?

 

I will look into that, perhaps using cookies to track peoples uploads.  Better than a constantly changing IP address.

 

or people constantly deleting cookies.  just create a login system.

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