php image profile help
okay, so I have created this website where someone will upload a picture, provide their name and email, and give the photograph a description. And everything is working just fine.
However, I would like after submitting their image for there to be a link provided to the uploader of their image and the description they gave of that image.
How would I do this?
Thank you very much!!!!!
Refer to this thread:
Let me know if you are putting images into the database or into a directory.
It appears you are dealing with the same kind of issue as that other thread.
I'm using a directory not a database. I looked at the other thread you provided, but there doesn't appear to be a solution.
The image upload is working, and it places the file name into a column into the database called 'filename'. Images are located in the directory 'compare/images/'.
If there's anymore information I can provide, please let me know.
Edit: I just noticed your questions in the other thread, I'll answer them.
1) Stored in a directory
2) There are no users, but there is a name and email, and description the uploader must provide when uploading the image. The upload script I have inserts this information into the database into their respective fields. I would like the name, and the description to appear underneath the image that is being linked to
3) For now, it is okay that the images are in their original filenames
4) The person does not need to log in
5) The person cannot upload multiple images
6) I am using a mysql database, yes
7) I do not need to generate a thumbnail version of each image
So in your case, you'll need a new column created in your database table ...
the new column that you create will contain the filename of the image.
You can all the new column -- image VARCHAR(20)
When a user id is queried, you'll be able to see the filename of the image they uploaded.
Then it's easy to just display the user's text under the image and do whatever you want.
The way you're doing it (in my opinion) is the best way.
Storing images (the binary image) in a table makes things more difficult.
SELECT * FROM tablename WHERE userid='123'
I don't know your tablenames, nor do I know your column names.
I suggest you use Google to find a free PHP/MySQL tutorial,
because there's more to it than just a query string.
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