Coldplaying.com now has a new Gallery. Our forum software vBulletin has combined with the feature-packed PhotoPost to bring you the largest collection of Coldplay imagery anywhere on the WWW.
Alter your bookmarks now:
To have 'access all areas' to the new gallery please register your free account here
*Users can upload photos to a category or to their own gallery
*Users can create their own subcategories/subgalleries within their gallery
*Users can upload multiple photos within a zip file
*Users can upload more than one file at a time (can be disabled by admin)
*Post comments about photos
*Users can create personal albums
*Search by keyword
*Rate photos on a scale from 1 to 5
*Edit or delete user's own comments
*Edit the description of user's uploaded photos, or delete their photos
*Move their photos from one category to another
*Image manipulation: When using ImageMagick, users can rotate CCW, rotate *CW, Flip and Flop an image after it has been uploaded (by editing a photo).
*Users can choose to be notified of new posts to their photos or photos to which they want to subscribe (email notification).
*Send a photo as an e-Card (greetings card / post card, etc)
*Choose how many thumbnail images to display per page
*Sort thumbnail display pages by alphabetical, most popular, most active, by date, and by number of views
*Uses time offset and 'posts per page' user preferences from vBulletin user DB (when in use)
*Member Galleries section displays disk space used by each user so they can keep track of their disk usage
*Private Personal Albums - Private Albums are assigned a unique URL which the person can share with friends and family for restricted access.
*New Comments/Photos indicator - for users who are logged in, the arrow for comments and posts will glow when new items have been posted since last visit to the category.
*View Recent Uploads - A link to show the posts in the past 1, 7 and 14 days.
*View All Uploads - can be viewed and then sorted (for example to see the most popular uploads in all groups)
*My Favorites - Users will have the ability to "tag" images for their own "My Favorites" feature. Viewing My Favorites shows the tagged images in a gallery format.
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