List of Image Hosting Scripts
A list of image hosting scripts i.e. coding frameworks that can be used to create image hosting websites (and/or photo sharing websites).
||An image hosting script that allows the creation of image hosting websites. It has a variety of paid options. Its features include (but are not limited to): HTML 5 drag-and-drop uploader, multi-servers, categories, user accounts, and private albums.
||CF Image Host
||A free, simple and easy to use PHP image hosting script (by codefuture.uk), to setup and maintain a photo/image hosting/sharing site.
||ImgShot Image Hosting Script
||An image hosting script with a licence fee. Its features include (but are not limited to): multi-server, user registration, premium/regular users management, ticket system, gallery management and slideshow, captcha, lock account protection, database backup system, real-time AJAX upload, single/multi/remote/cover/zip upload, and page editing options.
||Scripteen Free Image Hosting Script
||A free image hosting script with features that include: language translation (based on .po/.mo files); Support for gif, jpg/jpeg, and png files with thumbnails by default; Ajax multi-file upload with progress bar, folder auto-creation by date, and members being able to delete their photos.
||An image hosting script with advertising monetisation features.
||An image hosting script with various one-time-fee options. It has responsive design features that make it suitable for use on a variety of devices. It is also designed to accommodate advertising code (such as AdSense). Its features include multi-image uploading, drag-and-drop, user registration system, and image statistics.
||MatPo Image Hosting Script
||A free PHP based image hosting script.
||MOX Image Hosting Script
||An image upload PHP script that lets you setup your own image hosting website.
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