Host Images with Fotoo Hosting

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Aug 31, 2014 GMT
Dmitri Popov

Previously, I wrote about a simple PHP script for uploading and hosting images, but if it's too limited for your needs, you might want to take a look at the Fotoo hosting app. It packs an impressive array of useful features in a single PHP. Highlights include support for various graphics formats (JPEG, PNG, SVG, XCF, and even animated GIF), support for multiple-file uploads, automatic generation of short URLs, the ability to mark specific photos as private, a user-friendly interface for browsing hosted photos, and much more.


As you would expect, Fotoo Hosting is easy to deploy. Grab the latest index.php and config.example.php files from the project's website and move them to the document root of your server (you might want to create a separate directory for the script). Rename config.example.php to config.php, adjust the desired setting in it, and you are good to go. Now, you can host photos on your own server.

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