My client has the site www.clearerimages.com. It is a stock photo website. I am looking to upgrade/fix some problems with the current script it is using.
The main things I want done with this project:
-The bulk image upload system needs to be changed. I would like the following upload options:
-The single-file upload is fine the way it is, however I would like the "IPTC" option to be gone, and rather the IPTC info be inserted when the file is uploaded.
-I want a flash or java based upload utility (similar to [url removed, login to view]) that a user can select multiple files to upload at once, then go back and edit them later. This needs to process IPTC info when it uploads.
-I want a simple html form like the single upload option, but with up to 10 files (each form appearing after the user selects a file to upload, up to 10 files) and this will have the same editing process as the java or flash. This needs to process IPTC info when it uploads.
-Change method of editing photos after a bulk upload including Image Title, description, keywords, category selection, license type, and model or property release upload, as well as the option to save for editing later, save and send to review, or delete the image. If an image is missing a required field (keywords, description, title) I would like it to tell the user and remain in the pending status until they fix it.
-I want newly uploaded images to be processed with any IPTC info, then be labeled "Pending Edit" I do not want these files to appear in the Admin area where I can approve them, I want it to be obvious that the user has not edited the photos yet. After the user edits them, I want them to be labeled "Awaiting Review" and they will be sent to my admin area where I can review the images and approve or deny them. The current admin panel has a page where I can see the pending images, but when I click "Approve" or "Deny" the page does not refresh, but if I refresh it manually, it reflects the changes I made. This needs to be fixed, or the whole system be replaced with something different.
As far as the image upload system, I believe FancyUpload ([url removed, login to view]) could be adapted to work nicely. I like the way it looks and works, so I feel that this is the best option.
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