> From: Simon Coggins <ppxsjc1 at nottingham.ac.uk> > > > So here is what I want to know. How can I make this happen without > > having to create 1000 plus individual pages? How can I use either > > virtual includes or php to create the pages "on the fly"? So if a > > customer wants to see "vcase_1wide.gif" how can I write this so that it > > will dynamically create the page including both the header/nav and the > > image? > > This evolt article is probably what you are looking for: > > Search Engine Friendly SSI Image Gallery > http://evolt.org/article/list/20/15882/index.html > > And this might help with the breadcrumbs part: > > Breadcrumbs for PHP Lovers > http://evolt.org/article/list/17/4455/index.html Thanks, Simon. I'm a little shy after that, but what the heck, I owe The List something for the help I've gotten here! A couple months back The List helped me create a very lightweight "display one nicely packaged picture at a time" application, my very first perl CGI. It might have some tutorial value because of its simplicity. (It could be done in PHP, I'm sure.) The annotated sample code is at http://handsonhowto.com/cgi101.html and if you want to see it in action, the image gallery is at http://images.brasscannon.org/ (username is kevin, password showme) As it contains unclothed images, adults and evolters only, please.