- This website supports the creation of online digital
scrapbooks with pictures, maps, and associated stories about people, places, and things.
Users can login and create public, private, or shared scrapbooks.
Public scrapbooks can be viewed by everyone including other users and
guests. Private scrapbooks can only be viewed by the user who
created the while they are logged in. Shared
scrapbooks can be viewed and updated by anyone who is logged in. The pictures
in each scrapbook are organized by user defined categories,, and can be
sorted by date, title, or last update. To view a scrapbook, select one of the
shared or public scrapbooks listed or login to select one of your own private scrapbooks. The default when opening a new scrapbook is all
time periods, all categories, and 2 small pictures per row with 4
lines of scrollable text. If there
are more pictures than the current page limit, click the next button
to see next group of pictures. Changes to the default settings
are saved via cookies. When more than 1 picture is displayed
per row, the title of any picture can be clicked to view the single
picture and full text. Then clicking on home button will return
to previous multiple picture display.
Once a user has logged in, they can
add, change, or delete entries in their own public or private scrapbooks
plus shared scrapbooks. The author of a
scrapbook can change its name and type at any time via the update
scrapbook button visible when author is logged in. To update a
scrapbook entry, clicking on
the update button shown next to category and date by each picture
while logged in. The required fields are title and
category. Optional fields include date, keywords, links for
picture and website, map marker info, and description. See
Help references for more information.
The optional map marker name
and address can be used to set latitude and longitude for placement
of marker on single or multiple marker Google map. Next to the
map address field there is a "Lookup Address" button which will
calculate the latitude and longitude for the map address field.
There is a link to multiple marker map which will display all the
defined map markers in a category with the specified keywords.
For example, in the "Rotary Organization" shared scrapbook, you can
choose category "clubs" and keyword "6950" and then click on "map"
to view a multiple marker map showing location of all the clubs in
Rotary District 6950. You can then click on a marker to see
pop-up information block with links to the club scrapbook entry,
search for map name and address, and link to get directions to the
club. If you add keyword "Thursday" you can restrict map to
just those clubs in district 6950 that meet on
Thursday. Rotarians and Rotaractors are welcome to login
and add their own clubs and districts with maps to the shared "Rotary
Current public and shared scrapbooks
and maps include the following:
Map of Libraries
- 2. Rotary Organizations -
District 6950 Clubs Map
of District 6950 Clubs
- 3. Don Higgins -
Music(click icon to listen)
Map of Vacations
software supporting this website is open source under General
Public License. Anyone can download the source code and
implement it on their own website if they want to manage their own
online digital scrapbook website. All that is required is
a domain name and a hosting service provider supporting PHP and MySQL.
The annual cost for a domain and website hosting service is estimated to be
less than $200 per year.
All authors must comply with the
Terms of Service
which includes complying with
Facebook Terms of Service
posts, no pornography, etc.).
Interested scrapbook authors are
welcome to login to website and also join the
Scrapbook Chronicles About Life Facebook user group to add to
shared scrapbooks and create their own scrapbooks. Note any
scrapbook can be saved as a PDF with all pictures and full text.
See example links in references.