Project: Photo Share Website using PHP/MySQL with Source Code
The Photo Share Website is a simple PHP/MySQL project that store and share users uploaded images. This project was inspired by Instagram and Facebook Moments Web Applications. In this project, users of the site can upload multiple numbers of the photo and can be shared by all users of the website. This posted images can be multiple like from Instagram Application. The posted multiple photos will be displayed on a single card along with the user post content. All posted or shared photos will be shown to all users of the website and not only for a selected user/s. For uploading feature, user can simply drag and drop their images to the bordered area in upload page or manually choose a file. Then the user will choose if they want to share the image/s for all users or just store first to later post. In each post card at the home page, users can also write a comment for the user who shared the image/s and same with the user who posted. For the stored images/ photo that wanted to share or re-post, user's will simply hover or point their mouse cursor to their selected image to show the share button, and by clicking this button popup modal will be shown for post content of the user.
This simple Photo Share Website project is for educational purposes only. This is only to explain how to create a Photo Gallery and Post Photo Like Instagram App using PHP/MySQLi.
I hope this project with source code helps you with what you are looking for. Feel free to download and customize the source code.
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