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Viewing images held in a MySQL database via PHP

LOTS of questions on this at the moment. We have a couple of sample scripts that do it - have a look at:

* feeder.php which adds images into a database if they've been uploaded as plain text files, displays them from the database if that's where they are already, and generates a rather more informative than usual graphic if you call up a picture that does not exist.

* pic_alog.php which selects images by title from a database. There's a page here which explains this a bit more, and points you at the upload script too.
(written 2006-05-17)

 
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