Img url on a my website
Alright, so I am a fairly new programmer and was wondering how this worked.
I have made a website that allows you to upload images to our server, it stores images in /images and the rest of the information is stored in a MySQL database.
I have also made a template for images to be shown. So there is one design for all images, that also includes a header, footer, ads etc.
Now to the question: How do I display the actual image here and how can do I make every image as a url.
Example: Now my images are like this: www.website.com/images/img01 ---> This only displays my image
I want: www.website.com/images.php#img01 ---> Display all content.
It's a bit hard to explain since I don't know how it actually works but if you have any questions go ahead and ask.
I appreciate any help I can get, also redirecting me to any tutorials that shows this would be equally great. Thanks!
BUMP, still in need of help. Will be able to pay if needed.
I'm not sure you can do it with a hash in the url as you've described. The standard query string format would make it something like:
To do that, you'd write the images.php script to check the parameter called "img" via the global $_GET['img'] which will contain the string "img01" in this example. You then create the html for the <img> tag, using that as the source.
I think you can use imagecreatefromstring() function to create image URL in PHP. The code shown below will help you generate image UR:
$url="http://snapcasa.com/get.aspx?code=5348&size=l&url=http://www.yahoo.com"; $contents=file_get_contents($url); $img=imagecreatefromstring($contents); $img_path=dirname(__FILE__)."/thumb.jpg"); imagejpeg($img,$img_path);
Thanks for the inputs, I found it out on my own
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