MRHS Boosters Photo Gallery

Online Photo Album
(General Info/FAQ)



General Information.


The Marriotts Ridge High School Boosters Photo Album is a collection of pictures by volunteer supporters of MRHS activities.
Athletic teams, Booster Events, School Organizatons and Clubs, as well as School Events are represented.

The photos in these albums are copyrighted by various volunteer photographers and are intended for the use and enjoyment by players, parents and faculty at Marriotts Ridge. They MAY be downloaded and printed for personal use but MAY NOT be used for any publication aside from MRHS or MRHS Booster use. For downloading to your computer, make sure to save the hi-res image. Click on the thumbnail, then the intermediate size photo. Proceed to download according to your specific operating system.

If you have interest in creating an album or adding pictures, please contact the MRHS Boosters WebMaster at info@mrhs-boosters.com with your request.

Requests to remove pictures or complete albums should be made to info@mrhs-boosters.com ASAP !!

Frequently Asked Questions

Table of contents

General MRHS Boosters Photo Album Description

General FAQ

Navigating the Site

Downloading Images


 

General MRHS Boosters Photo Album Description

Question: What is the MRHS Boosters Photo Album?
Answer: The Marriotts Ridge High School Boosters Photo Album is a collection of pictures by volunteer supporters of MRHS activities.

Athletic teams, Booster Events, School Organizatons and Clubs, as well as School Events are represented.

The photos in these albums are copyrighted by various volunteer photographers and are intended for the use and enjoyment by players, parents and faculty at Marriotts Ridge. They MAY be downloaded and printed for personal use but MAY NOT be used for any publication aside from MRHS or MRHS Booster use. For downloading to your computer, make sure to save the hi-res image. Click on the thumbnail, then the intermediate size photo. Proceed to download according to your specific operating system.

If you have interest in creating an album or adding pictures, please contact the MRHS Boosters WebMaster at info@mrhs-boosters.com with your request.
 
 

General FAQ

Question: Do I need to Login?
Answer: Registration/Login is required to create albums and upload pictures. All other features are available without logging in.
 
 
Question: How Do I login?
Answer: You must have the Admin/Password info to login (contact info@mrhs-boosters.com for info).
Go to "Login", submit your username and password and check "Remember Me" so you will be logged in on the site if you should leave it.
IMPORTANT:Cookies must be enabled and the cookie from this site must not be deleted in order to use "Remember Me".
 
 
Question: What if I forgot my password?
Answer: If this site has a "Forgot password" link then use it. Other than that contact the site administrator for a new password.
 
 
Question: How do I rate a file?
Answer: Click on a thumbnail and go to the bottom and choose a rating.
 
 
Question: How do I post a comment for a picture?
Answer: Click on a thumbnail and go to the bottom and post a comment.
 
 
Question: How do I "Upload" a file?
Answer: Go to "Upload"and select the album that you want to upload to. Click "Browse," find the file to upload, and click "open." Add a title and description if you want. Click "Submit".

Alternatively, for those users using Windows XP, you can upload multiple files directly to your own private albums using the XP Publishing wizard.
For instructions on how, and to get the required registry file, click here.
 
 
Question: How do I "Download" Images?
Answer: There are 3 image sizes for each picture:
    1) thumbnail size image shown during an entire album view,
    2) intermediate size image for viewing an individual file or during the slide show presentation,
    3) original size image when clicking on the intermediate viewing size image.
Any of this files can be downloaded with most browsers by right clicking on the image and selecting "Save picture as..."
or download according to your specific operating system.
 
 
Question: What are cookies?
Answer: Cookies are a plain text piece of data that is sent from a website and is put on to your computer.
Cookies usually allow a user to leave and return to the site without having to login again and other various chores.
 
 
Question: Where can I get this program for my site?
Answer: Coppermine is a free Multimedia Gallery, released under GNU GPL. It is full of features and has been ported to various platforms. Visit the Coppermine Home Page to find out more or download it.
 
 

Navigating the Site

Question: What's "Album List"?
Answer: This will show you the entire category you are currently in, with a link to each album. If you are not in a category, it will show you the entire gallery with a link to each category. Thumbnails may be a link to the category.
 
 
Question: What's "My Gallery"?
Answer: This feature lets users create their own galleries and add, delete or modify albums as well as upload to them.
 
 
Question: What's "Last Uploads"?
Answer: This feature shows the last uploads to the site.
 
 
Question: What's "Last Comments"?
Answer: This feature shows the last comments along with the files posted by users.
 
 
Question: What's "Most Viewed"?
Answer: This feature shows the most viewed files by all users (whether logged in or not).
 
 
Question: What's "Top Rated"?
Answer: This feature shows the top rated files rated by the users, showing the average rating (e.g: five users each gave a : the file would have an average rating of ;Five users rated the file from 1 to 5 (1,2,3,4,5) would result in an average .)
The ratings go from best (best) to worst (worst).
 
 
Question: What's "My Favorites"?
Answer: This feature will let a user store a favorite file in the cookie that was sent to your computer.
 
 

Downloading Images

Question: How do I "Download" Images?
Answer: There are 3 image sizes for each picture:
    1) thumbnail size image shown during an entire album view,
    2) intermediate size image for viewing an individual file or during the slide show presentation,
    3) original size image when clicking on the intermediate viewing size image.
Any of this files can be downloaded with most browsers by right clicking on the image and selecting "Save picture as..."
or download according to your specific operating system.