I can guarantee it will not as the first parameter is a literal string $usethisimage, and not whatever the $usethisimage represents. The variable is also wrong, there will be a starting period and one between the two. That should just be
Originally Posted by patrickMcD
$img_folder . $adimage;.
Until you post the definition of the class, we cannot tell you what these represent or if you are using them properly with this image method.
BTW, this class cannot / should not be called Image. If it is, you are trying to invoke a constructor through the context of an object which should not be done. That would require the call of
new in order to construct a new object, not a call against the context of $this.