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 AGIS (A Great Image Server) Version 1

AGIS 1.0 is designed to provide a complete image management system. AGIS allows anyone with web access and the correct administration password to completely administer all aspects of the application. This application allows you to setup unlimited image categories and subcategories. Each subcategory allows you to upload images with descriptions. You may add and remove categories and images at any time. If you only want one category, that's fine too! All maintenance and administration is done through the browser. Once you have installed the script and configured 10 simple variables you can immediately start creating your image galleries. If you are tired of installing ugly CGI applications on your site that only offer "color scheme" matching you are going to love AGIS. The best part of AGIS is that it completely integrates into your existing website. You simply supply the template for AGIS to use and now the CGI flawlessly matches your website. No more modifying scripts just because you want to change text colors or background images. AGIS makes it easy to host your own image gallery that looks like it was specifically designed for your site!


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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