I did try out Koken which was interesting but I am not sure if it is still developed.
But users were trying to get the developers to make it into a method to sell prints etc.
I apologize for the typos but I don’t think you understood what I’m looking for. I need a script that can pull gallery files from a page based on input criteria, and gather them into a group or folder, and assign each file an independent value (within the application, or script regardless of what the file is manually named so the files can be rotated easily, and more quickly. That would be a highly useful CSS design tool because then rotating files would be easier no matter how a gallery was built so long as the file names are readable on the HTML page. HTML images are usually downloadable. I guess the only other alternative is an Animate, or After Effects gallery but that is almost the same thing as building your own application. I guess full control of each individual thumbnails placement, shape, size, and zoom level is also something that would be helpful
I don’t think there is anything with these specific criteria. That’s what independent coding is for. You will have to cobble things together and make a script that makes everything play nice together.
There’s probably not a script for the thumbnail resizing, but there is most likely a script for the file gathering, and rearrangement. I might just do the gallery in Animate. I set the gallery up already like buildings though.
You probably need to learn how to use a database. You have said nothing about a DB. You can store all information about an image; the question about whether to store the entire image in the database has multiple answers. You might store a thumbnail at least. The DB data can be processed in many ways.