I am inviting php doctor to do this, as discussed.
Php doctor will create a program that automatically creates static html pages from the image collections in www.celebrity-photopost.com. This is the program description:
I have written language keys, alt and title, into the source code. For each place I need a different language key. Where I have written AND I mean that I need a language key and the name of the celeb in question.
The images are in two columns, col-1 and col-2. I need separate language keys for the left and right column, so I can alternate important keywords.
The banner feature is needed for this, please, in the banner column on the right.
Below the banner you will notice I have placed some text links in two rows. The upper is called Auto and the lower Manual.
Here I am assuming that each time the admin creates an appreciation page the program creates automatically links to all appreciation pages already created with it and existing within.
Here I am assuming that the admin can add links to relevant sites manually, one link at a time.
The admin needs to be able to add the contents for his title tag manually for each link.
I am assuming that the program automatically select all the medium sized images from the Celebrities photopost installation.
Below each photo the title of that photo and any text that may accompany it in photopost are shown.
These tags can be entered separately for each page created.
Writing of pages, dates etc.
When a page is initially created it will receive a date-stamp, I assume.
When a page is recreated at a later date, the original date-stamp should be kept, but a modfied date-stamp added.
When a page is recreated all original images are used, but the new images available in the photopost program are simply added.
When the program creates an appreciation page I am assuming the existance of a paging system.
I think we can safely go by 20 images pr page, 10 pr row.
The program reads the dates of postings in the Celeb installation, sorting the images in the appreciation page such that the oldes images are on page 1, slowly making its way to todays date. Thus, if an appreciation page has 100 images, page 1 has the most recent images, but page 10 the oldest.