Posts Tagged ‘XML’
Flabell – Photography Portfolio Template

This template is perfect for showcasing your portfolio with style. It has a minimalist design with powerful features, such as the integration with SWFAddress, useful for activating the browser’s back button.

You can define as many galleries as fit the menu, and each gallery can have an unlimited number of images.

On the homepage you can link some of the galleries directly to that section. We use 6 only, for people with resolution smaller than 1024×768. You can use even less thumbs than galleries, but link only some of them which you like more.

If you click on the photographer name or tag line, it takes you directly to the Contact page. Both are customizable from XML, as well as the content on the Contact page.

The images scroll left and right, making sure the border is where the first or the last image centers the screen. You can add any size for the image as long as these fit the height of 420px. (optimized for 1024 x 768). They automatically position based on the width.

You can also define the stroke value in the XML file, and for each image in the large view, you can define the background color (as it is defined for example in the Brands gallery).

You can set the default section that will be used for when the website opens, or with the help of the swfAddress you can share a direct link to any of the sections.



  • SWFAddress (back button navigation and direct link to a section).
  • Customizable from XML.
  • Supports unlimited images.
  • Supports different background colors for each image.


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Phormer – PHP based PhotoGallery Manager

Phormer is a PHP-Based PhotoGallery Manager application, that helps you to store, categorize and trim your photos on the web with various helpful features!

This photo gallery application uses XML for all the data including photos, comments and settings and does not require MySQL.



  • Easy Web-based Install/Uninstall
  • Categorize by Date, Categorize by Subject, Categorize by Everything
  • Make Anything Private
  • Fast and Valid Pages
  • Link and Extra HTML Manager
  • Two File gathering mods
  • Ajax Upload Manager
  • Square thumbs
  • Editable add-shot
  • Various Themes
  • RSS Feed
  • Various Styles
  • Advanced Commenting
  • Rating system
  • Hit Counter
  • Link and Extra HTML Manager
  • EXIF Metadata reader
  • Statistics
  • Mass upload from a ZIP file
  • Slideshow

Requirements: PHP
Compatibility: All Major Browsers

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FameID Flash XML Menu

FameID Menu is an easily configurable and XML driven menu that allows to add navigation menus to your website in no time. It does not require any programming skills nor takes long to install and configure. It is straight-forward and can be transformed from one look to another in minutes.
You can set up different configuration sets (looks) for your menu and load up any of them at any time.
It is very flexible in the way that it can be configured so that you can change almost anything in its look. Things like items’ background images, transparency levels, colours, sizes, speed of animation, general looks of items, their borders or their submenus can be changed by just editing a common confuration file, which is written in plain text.



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GetSimple – A simple CMS

GetSimple is an XML based lite Content Management System. To go along with it’s best-in-class user interface, we have loaded it with features that every website needs, but with nothing it doesn’t. GetSimple is truly the simplest way to manage a small-business website.

It has everything that a client needs, and nothing a CMS doesn’t.



* XML based data storage
* Best-in-Class User Interface
* ‘Undo’ protection & backups
* Easy to theme
* Great documentation
* Growing community

Requirements: UNIX/Linux host, PHP 5.1.3+, Apache, No MySQL Database

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Polaroid Gallery v.1.01

Polaroid Gallery is a free, opensource flash gallery developed by myself, Christopher Einarsrud, in the year of 2006.

He was originally going to use this for his online portfolio, but he ended up going for something completely different.

He thought that it might come in handy for someone else, so he decided to release it. After all, he did put some work into it and it would be a pity to see it all go to waste…

How it works
The script loads images and image titles dynamically from an external xml file or a flickr RSS feed. Then the script processes the data and creates an interactive flash gallery.

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