2008/1/27, St├ęphane Charette <stephanecharette@gmail.com>:
On Jan 27, 2008 9:02 AM, tom carr <tomcarr1@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I want to use the family tree on the web partially as
> a photo album, where I can collect thousands of photos
> and arrange them so they show up in the gallery for an
> individual.  Will there ever be a problem with this as
> the number of photos grows?  Can I have 10,000 photos
> in the gallery?

This I cannot answer.  I really don't know.

> A second related question - Right now I am just
> learning to use the software.  When I update the site
> I just update everything by erasing the site and
> FTPing everything from the new site I have built on my
> home computer to the web host.  When I have thousands
> of photos and I just want to make a few small changes
> to the family tree, can I do that without needing to
> recopy all the photos to the site?

The way NarrativeWeb currently works, it generates the entire site
every time.  There is no way to tell it to generate only things that
have changed.

uploading is not connected to this, read the entry on our wiki:
http://www.gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Howto:_Make_a_genealogy_website_with_GRAMPS#Transfer_your_files

So use the correct tool for uploading.

Benny