PHP Directory Listing displays the contents of a directory on a Web server with automatic thumbnail creation and caching for JPEG, GIF, and PNG files, a text preview for all kinds of text files and every other file type it knows about, and MIME type icons.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Indexing/Search Site Management|
|Licenses||GPL GPLv2 GPLv3 CC-BY-SA 3.0|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release separates the UI into two flavors, "minimal" and "gallery", refactors more code to improve understandability, and adds an INSTALL file to help people set up PHP Directory Listing on their servers.
Release Notes: If a "README.txt" file is present, its content will be shown inside a
tag below the directory content. jQuery Fancybox was integrated for showing PNGs, JPGs, and GIFs when they're clicked. The trailing slash was removed from folder names, as it sometimes messed up the layout and they weren't necessary since folders have their own icon anyway.
Release Notes: Among other changes, there is now a $url variable in the index.php file. This has to be set to wherever the script is installed and enables simple symlinking of index.php into all folders to be listed.
Release Notes: Empty files are now handled gracefully instead of showing a warning.
Release Notes: The script is now XHTML 1.0 Strict compliant. The layout now uses more CSS. Some new icons were added. PDF thumbnails are now created if both GhostScript and ImageMagick are installed in your Web server's PATH.