Its easy if you use a premade gallery script, you dont have to use the script as your script, but it may provide insight to methods to accomplish what you intend <a href='download.php?img=thisimage.jpg'><img src='thisimagethumb.jpg' /></a> download.php
"It would have been nice, intelligent, logical, to include this nugget, gem, of information in the initial post" - a bit of a harsh statement. Thanks for the help but any chance we can keep the insults to my intelligence out of this?
As I said above I have everything I need bar being able to download the images. I am already using
to get the direct url to the images. What I want to do is to force a download of these files.
I have been thinking about it the last while and I'm thinking the best thing for me to do would probably rather than do a force download of the images(because you would only be able to do it one image at a time) would be to copy the images to my server, zip them, download to the users computer and then unset the images from my server.
Any one have any better theories?
I would have included that if it were relevant but all that function does is return information about the image such as it's url. I'm already using this.