Subalbum in album

In principle EasyPhpAlbum does not support 'sub-albums', but there is a way to make it work. [b]The normal method[/b] of using EasyPhpAlbum is by creating a 'main-directory' for example [u]'photoalbums'[/u] and copying the index.php file in this directory. Next you create a subdirectory in 'photoalbums' called [u]'first-album'[/u] and copy the index.php file and some photos into this album. Next you create another subdirectory in 'photoalbums' called [u]'second-album'[/u] and copy the index.php file and some photos in this directory. And so on and so on.... [b]The advanced webadmins method[/b] Now suppose you want to have multiple photoalbums inside the album called 'first-album' because you have so many photos and you would like to split them up... First create the subdirectories in the 'first-album' directory, for example [u]'day'[/u] and [u]'night'[/u]. Next copy in each directory the index.php file (of course) and the photos. You can delete all the photos from the 'first-album' directory and replace them with only one photo - or better an icon - representing the album. In order to enable visitors to get back to the main gallery page after having visited the 'day' or 'night' album you will have to enable the [u]'Show dir-up link'[/u] in the EasyPhpAlbum configuration page for both the 'day' and 'night' album as well as the 'first-album'. By working this way you can create as many subalbums or subcategories as you would like. You can even extend this further by creating sub-sub-albums as long as you make sure there is one photo or icon in the subalbums root-directory and the 'Show dir-up link' is enabled to allow visitors to get back to the main gallery page... More info on working with icons [url]http//www.mywebmymail.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=30&Itemid=52[/url]