Summary: View the images that have been uploaded to your wiki.
Prerequisites: Uploads enabled
Is there a quick and easy way to see if someone has uploaded some undesirable images to my wiki?
Install Qdig in your uploads directory. All it takes is copying one file.
Qdig is a simple script that turns directories with images into galleries. Like PmWiki, Qdig is GNU GPL-licensed free software.
- Download and unpack Qdig.
- Put index.php in your
When you visit the script you'll see links to all of your group directories that contain image files. Each link leads a dynamic gallery. Supported formats are JPEG, GIF, PNG and sometimes BMP.
Optional Qdig Configuration
- Rename the Qdig script (say, to qdig.php) if you want to be able to explore the directories to look for other types of files.
- Create a link to your wiki on each gallery page by setting
$site_lnk_title = 'My Wiki';
$site_lnk_url = '../pmwiki.php';
- See the images sorted by date (rather than alphabetically) by setting
$img_links['sort_date'] = TRUE;
- Disable creating empty .txt files (although they won't hurt anything) by setting
$touch_captions = FALSE;
- Disable image conversion (thumbnails and alternate-sized images) by setting
$convert_magick = TRUE;
$convert_GD = TRUE;
- Use thumbnails, but not alternate-sized images by setting
$disp_size['1'] = FALSE;
$disp_size['2'] = FALSE;
Notes and Comments
- If you're using thumbnails, the thumbnail will not update itself automatically if someone replaces an image. Be sure to surf through the actual images or delete
uploads/qdig-files/ and the thumbnails will be created afresh.
- This recipe was last tested on PmWiki version: 2.0.beta35
* This recipe requires at least PmWiki version: and (any other recipes)
See discussion at AuditImages-Talk
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