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Storage and Re-use of Images Using PHP/GD - Part 2

Following up on part 1 of this compelling two part series on image handling, Gijs will now supply DevArticles readers some code snippets that will demonstrate the significance of his work.

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By: Gijs van Tulder
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July 18, 2003
  1. · Storage and Re-use of Images Using PHP/GD - Part 2
  2. · The Article
  3. · Conclusion

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Storage and Re-use of Images Using PHP/GD - Part 2 - Conclusion
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What we Did in Part 2

In this last instalment, we wrote an easy-to-use function that generates img tags based on database data. We also made a search script to find the images in the database. In the last section of the article, we tried writing a real script using our newly created function.

If you're finished with these two parts, you've now got the following files and directories:

  • imgtag.php: the script that generates the img tag;
  • search.html: the search form;
  • search.php: the search script;
  • upload.html: the upload form;
  • upload.php: the upload script;
  • bigimage.php: the pop-up script;
  • img.php: the script that does the actual resizing;
  • bin/: a directory containing the external conversion software;
  • img/: the directory containing the images.

You can also download the complete directory structure as a tar.gz (102 kB).

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