For the PHP newbie, checkboxes and/or multiple select listboxes can be baffling in the beginning. It’s actually not very hard at all, and is often one of the PHP newbie’s first experience with arrays.
If you’ve been directed to this page, that means that you’re complaining about how your variables in a POST or GET aren’t being carried over to the next page. You’ve been sent here because its an *extremely* common pitfall, and yet one that is exceptionally easy to work around if
This code will allow you to create a thumbnail from a segment of the image. In some situations, you want to thumbnail an entire image – but other times, you may want only a piece – for example if you wish to generate square thumbnail images regardless of whether or
This code can be useful for a number of things, such as making dynamic banners or for adding a copyright type of watermark to photographs or artwork (as we do in snipe gallery). As usual, this will not work for gifs unless you have a version of gd that lets
Although there are loads of ways you can do this, for this example, we’re assuming that the fullsize image is located in a directory called “images”, and the thumbnails will have the same name as the fullsize, but will be copied into a directory called “thumbs”. <?php // find out
This code formatting is a little off, since the WYSIWG editor seems to have eaten part of it. Sorry. <?php /* ———————————————- */ /* ———— BEGIN PHP SNIPPET —————-*/ /* ———————————————- */ // specify your file details $current_file = “image.jpg”; $max_width = “150”; // get the current info on the