I used javascript to crop an image,
http://miamiproviders.com/providers/...ature.php?id=1
Select an image, submit the form and thats the cool cropping thing.
The next step is to save the new cropped image (as feature.jpg) into the folder ($dirname points to it) This is what I have soo far,
PHP Code:
$dirname "images/".$_GET['id']."/";
$max_width "500";                            // Max width allowed for the large image
$thumb_width "100";                        // Width of thumbnail image
$thumb_height "100";                        // Height of thumbnail image
//Image Locations
$large_image_location "{$dirname}temp.jpg";
$thumb_image_location "{dirfname}feature.jpg";

function 
resizeThumbnailImage($thumb_image_name$image$width$height$start_width$start_height$scale){
    
    
$newImageWidth ceil($width $scale);
    
$newImageHeight ceil($height $scale);
    
$newImage imagecreatetruecolor($newImageWidth,$newImageHeight);
    
$source=imagecreatefromjpeg($image); 

    
imagecopyresampled($newImage,$source,0,0,$start_width,$start_height,$newImageWidth,$newImageHeight,$width,$height);

    
imagejpeg($newImage,$image,90); 
}
function 
getHeight($image) {
    
$size getimagesize($image);
    
$height $size[1];
    return 
$height;
}
function 
getWidth($image) {
    
$size getimagesize($image);
    
$width $size[0];
    return 
$width;
}
if (isset(
$_POST["upload_thumbnail"])) {
    
    echo 
"<pre>";print_r($_POST);echo "</pre>";
    
//Get the new coordinates to crop the image.
    
$x1 $_POST["x1"];
    
$y1 $_POST["y1"];
    
$x2 $_POST["x2"];
    
$y2 $_POST["y2"];
    
$w $_POST["w"];
    
$h $_POST["h"];
    
//Scale the image to the thumb_width set above
    
$scale $thumb_width/$w;
    
$cropped resizeThumbnailImage($thumb_image_location$large_image_location,$w,$h,$x1,$y1,$scale);
    echo 
$cropped;    
    
// Save the image as a jpg
    
imagejpeg$cropped$dirname."feature.jpg" );
    
// Clear the memory of the tempory image 
    
imagedestroy$cropped );  

I am stumped as I thought if I echo $cropped I would get the path to the cropped image, but it shows nothing...
What am I missing?

Thanks.