Tutorial #1 — How to install CpmFetch (Latest Photos) Go Back

Many people want to know how to get the latest photos on their sites. You can go to some site dedicated to a celebrity and see the block called “Latest/Recent Photos“. Do you want to get that one for your site as well? I will show you how to do it.

1. First, you need to download CpmFetch on your computer if you do not have it yet. Click this link to download a clean version of this plugin (I changed nothing about it – it has all the same files that there were when I download this zip archive for the first time).
2. You downloaded CpmFetch? Great! Now you need to upload this zip archive to the folder with your Coppermine photogallery. You can do it either via CPanel File Manager (simple) or some FTP client (hard). For example, you have a gallery here: yourdomain.com/gallery – so, you need to go to the folder “gallery“, upload the zip archive to this one and unzip it. As the result, you should get one folder called “cpmfetch“.
3. Next, click this link: /gallery/cpmfetch/install.php (gallery may be called different). You will see the brown screen with some text. Do not give attention to that and just click to “Click here to run the install [OPTIONAL]“.
4. If you do everything right, you should see four thumbs a few seconds later. It says that installing CpmFetch is successfully finished. No further actions are needed if you see those thumbs. If you see some text and thumbs, ignore it. But if you get some text and see no thumbs, contact me and explaion the situaion, and I will try to help you with your issue.
5. That’s all! CpmFetch is installed, and you can place it anywhere you want. Just paste the code you see bellow in any place of your site, for example, the header of the site. NOTICE: the word “gallery” in this code may be replaced with any other, depending on the folder, in which your gallery is placed (photogallery, galeria, photos, etc). Moreover, the path ‘./gallery/cpmfetch/latestimages.php‘ may be different. For example, ‘./gallery/cpmfetch/latestimages_customsite.php‘. So, check the files that you have in your Cpmfetch folder.



<iframe src="./gallery/cpmfetch/latestimages.php" target='_blank' marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" height="161" scrolling="no" width="auto"></iframe>

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Tutorial #1 — How to install CpmFetch (Latest Photos) Go Back

Many people want to know how to get the latest photos on their sites. You can go to some site dedicated to a celebrity and see the block called “Latest/Recent Photos“. Do you want to get that one for your site as well? I will show you how to do it.

1. First, you need to download CpmFetch on your computer if you do not have it yet. Click this link to download a clean version of this plugin (I changed nothing about it – it has all the same files that there were when I download this zip archive for the first time).
2. You downloaded CpmFetch? Great! Now you need to upload this zip archive to the folder with your Coppermine photogallery. You can do it either via CPanel File Manager (simple) or some FTP client (hard). For example, you have a gallery here: yourdomain.com/gallery – so, you need to go to the folder “gallery“, upload the zip archive to this one and unzip it. As the result, you should get one folder called “cpmfetch“.
3. Next, click this link: /gallery/cpmfetch/install.php (gallery may be called different). You will see the brown screen with some text. Do not give attention to that and just click to “Click here to run the install [OPTIONAL]“.
4. If you do everything right, you should see four thumbs a few seconds later. It says that installing CpmFetch is successfully finished. No further actions are needed if you see those thumbs. If you see some text and thumbs, ignore it. But if you get some text and see no thumbs, contact me and explaion the situaion, and I will try to help you with your issue.
5. That’s all! CpmFetch is installed, and you can place it anywhere you want. Just paste the code you see bellow in any place of your site, for example, the header of the site. NOTICE: the word “gallery” in this code may be replaced with any other, depending on the folder, in which your gallery is placed (photogallery, galeria, photos, etc). Moreover, the path ‘./gallery/cpmfetch/latestimages.php‘ may be different. For example, ‘./gallery/cpmfetch/latestimages_customsite.php‘. So, check the files that you have in your Cpmfetch folder.



<iframe src="./gallery/cpmfetch/latestimages.php" target='_blank' marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" height="161" scrolling="no" width="auto"></iframe>