If you are not able to delete files that was created by Pagemap Imagewall just rename the file
uninstall.php and run the script. Pagemap Imagewall will try to delete the directory
cache and the file
Change author, title and description
You can define an author of the gallery that will shown in the footer of as Photos by Your Name; a gallery title that will shown in the browser title bar; and a gallery description as preview text for search engines.
Background colour or background image
With the following Config Tag you can set a CSS shorthand for the property
background. You can use colour names (e.g. black) or a combination of colour name / RGB value and background image. For example:
#fff url(pattern.gif). With the second tag you can change the text colour of the footer to your needs.
This Config Tag will sort all images by file name in one of these modes:
File list (flat file) for images
If your server or hosting provider prevent directory indexing you can create a file list with your images for Pagemap Imagewall. With the first tag define a set of images (comma separated) or the path to a text file with a list of file names. If you just want to exclude a view images use the second tag.
Thumnail size, background and quality
Customize full size image view
In standard mode Pagemap Imagewall is able to resize the full size image view to the browser size so the image will always be shown complete. With the following tag you additional set a fixed image width.
Custom CSS code
With this tag you can customize the gallery with own CSS code. The code will be included directly in the HTML header.
Path to image directory
In standard mode Pagemap Imagewall uses all images in the same directory for the gallery. With the following tag you can set instead a separate directory for your images.
PHP include (gallery embedding)
You can use Pagemap Imagewall as stand-alone gallery or as embedded script in your own PHP scripts. If you want to include the gallery via the PHP function
include() use the following tag to activate this mode.
You can find more information about embedding in the
Path to jQuery