Attached is FIG (Flash Image GAllery) which can be found free on the internet. (see [[url removed, login to view]] for a sample)
The problem I'm having is that through the provided admin panel I can create new galleries with accents such as "Confeccão", but swf file won't read them it should. So I inserted a tag <?php header("Content-Type: text/html;charset=utf-8"); to all php files in the admin folder, but I'm no php coder and I don't know if it was supposed to work that way.
What happened was that once the new gallery is created, it automatically writes and load data from the new xml it writes for the gallery. An error comes up pointing to the accentuation in the words.
The swf file is ready to understand accentuation, however there's a fight between xml and php to solve the issue.
And that's the fix I need.
BEsides that, when a new gallery is created in the admin panel, I need the ability to fill in about 5 more fields, which will be then also saved to the xml file that represents that gallery.
Tha info entered in these 5 fields (Nvarchat 64) has to be strung together and presented as a link to the gallery that was created. So a new php file has to be coded, which will pull these fields from xml file, presente them in a grid like panel, and link them to their respective galleries.
an image sample of what it shall look like is attached.
If you have any further doubts, let me know.
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