Save images from web sites onto your own web server. Requires PHP.
Save to Website ====================================== ###### by Rob "Fuzzwah" Crouch ### Overview An extension for Google Chrome which adds a "save to website" option to the menu when you right click on images on web pages. ### Requirements Along with this extension you'll also need your own webserver and enough nerd points to be able to save and configure a php script that this extension interfaces with. Its super simple, but you'd better know where your web accessible paths are. ### Installation Firstly, create a world writable directory on your webserver (ie: chmod 777 it). Create subfolders below this if you want to enable saving into a few different groups. You will need to save a copy of, and configure, the Save-to-Website.php file to somewhere world readable on your webserver. In the php file you'll find 3 variables which need to be configured: // the full URL to the storage folder. $externalURL = "http://yoursite.com/path/to/images"; // the relative path to storage folder compared to the php file $internalPath = ""; // set a password here and then configure this in the extension $password = ""; You can either grab the files from here on github, or use this link and install it from [the Chrome Store](http://bit.ly/18MejN5). Using the Chrome Store is recommended as the extension will then be auto updated if/when I make changes. ### Credits and Props This extension is a stripped down hack of antimatter15's cloudsave: https://github.com/antimatter15/cloudsave Props to the crazy88 for putting up with my testing. Thanks to lexpex for pointing out that this old extension wasn't working any more. ### Version Info #### v 0.4.3 (7th Nov 2013) * edited to fix uploading to subdirectories (Chrome changed the way it handles localStorage.setItem of objects, I'm now using JSON.stringify and JSON.parse when setting and getting.) - - - - #### v 0.4.1 (16th May 2013) * URL now checked when updated in options, alerts if unreachable - - - - #### v 0.4.0 (16th May 2013) * Fixed issue with WebKitBlobBuilder which was corrupting uploads * Menu rebuild logic no longer done in options.js * Settings saved via options.js and menus rebuilt in background.js * Added button on options page to allow user to save and close * Added check in php to catch if subdir is undefined - - - - #### v 0.3.0 (16th May 2013) * php file can now be located in same directory as image storage * Fixed another menu creation issue * Fixed duplicate menus being made if options were resaved * Fixed issue when no sub-directories were set - - - - #### v 0.2.0 (15th May 2013) * Updated to manifest version 2 * Fixed WebKitBlob changes * Reworked options saving / loading * Reworked sudbir menu system * Reworked password system (I don't see how it was ever working) * Generally took this a bit more seriously because someone else is actually trying to use it! - - - - #### v 0.1.0 (18th Mar 2011) * Extension working in basic form
- (2018-05-11) John Martin: Doesn't work... and none of the links are even valid except the one provided to some unrelated github file. Just some abandoned garbage, I guess. I'll abandon it too then.