Key Features

What’s the difference between Web Photos Pro and Web Photos Pro Server Edition?

Web Photos Pro is an application that runs on Mac OS X and Windows XP/2000. It simplifies the process of getting your photos onto the web.

Web Photos Pro builds great looking, static, photo albums.

Install Web Photos Pro Server Edition on your web server and you not only get dynamically generated photo albums, but you get advanced features such as photo search, Flickr-like tagging, and public and private albums. And because it’s written in PHP, and the source-code is included, you can modify it any way you like.


Key Features Web Photos Pro Web Photos Pro Server Edition
Mac OS X application
Windows XP/2000 application
PHP (any platform)
Includes source code
Flexible licensing
Photo workspaces
Turn any folder of photos into a static web album in 3 minutes
Turn any folder of photos into a dynamic web album in 3 minutes
Upload iPhoto albums
Enter title, description, tags, location, date and geo-info
Integrated mapping using geo-info
Specify alternate mapping providers
Create thumbnails automatically
(3 sizes + custom size)
Create resized images automatically
(4 sizes + custom size)
Flexible album, gallery and image layout
Easily customizable web skins
Integrate with existing web sites
Choose which size thumbnails to show on gallery and album pages
Choose which size image to show on images pages
Choose which fields to show
Display EXIF data
Upload via ftp
Smart upload
Save frequently used ftp servers & upload directories as “web galleries”
Upload single album
Upload all albums
Save album to disk
Drag and drop photo reordering
Drag and drop to add photos to an album
Synchronize to disk each time an album is opened
Generate RSS and PhotoRSS feeds
Supports Creative Commons licensing
Fast photo search
Search all fields, or in individual fields
Flickr-like tagging
Fast tag navigation
Technorati tag integration
Public and private albums
Unlimited number of private album groups
Dynamic “latest photos” album


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  1. If I wanted to use my photos on a WordPress powered weblog, which version of your software should I get? How does it integrate with WordPress?

    Comment by Alderete — February 27, 2005 @ 8:53 pm

  2. Aldo,

    Your question is answered here.

    Comment by Frank Leahy — February 27, 2005 @ 11:20 pm

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