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    SitePoint Member bigu_c's Avatar
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    What's this redirect method?

    Hello,

    I saw this site netcarshow.com

    You can click on any result: https://www.google.com/search?q=site...w=1294&bih=860

    And it will redirect you to category contains that image.

    What is this and how to do this?

    Thanks.
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    Interesting - looks like it displays all images on a specified website. Works for one of my sites without any website mods.

    Not sure what you mean by this "What is this and how to do this?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubble View Post
    Interesting - looks like it displays all images on a specified website. Works for one of my sites without any website mods.

    Not sure what you mean by this "What is this and how to do this?"
    I'm sorry for my English.

    I'm asking how to do like this on my website.

    Thanks.
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    Depends how your website is designed but I would use php with glob() to find all the images on your website and use css to layout the images and php to create the links.

    Basicaly some gallery software - I used to have a gallery setup like that but can not find my old code now.

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    All Right, If you want to see all of your website images only then it's very simple just open Google and then type site:websiteurl and press enter and click on images and you will be seeing all the images of the website which website you will type after site:

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    The OP already knows how to do that @pinkzebradesign ; and has moved onto the question in post#3


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