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  1. Hi I have a script for displaying images see below <?php include "header.php"; require 'gallery/Gallery.php'; ?> <?php $models=file("models.txt", FILE_USE_INCLUDE_PATH); if(isset($_POST['model'])){ $model=($_POST['model']); } $gallery = new Gallery(); $gallery->setPath('gallery/images/'.$model); $images = $gallery->getImages(array('jpg')); ?> <div class="container"> <?php if($images): ?> <div class=gallery cf > <?php foreach($images as $image):?> <div class="gallery-item"> <a href="<
  2. I have been tasked with attempting to recreate a web app that allows a user to upload a photo and then cut out a specific part of an image that will be saved as a transparent PNG, with the main use being removing backgrounds from an image (i.e. cutting out a face to use as an avatar, etc) I found two online tools that already do this in different ways: 1. Smart Scissors: Quick video shows how you can drop anchor points with your mouse and it will try to auto find the border and "snap to". Pretty slick but doesn't work perfectly when I played with it. And requires a separate "in
  3. I am using this script for image uploads. https://www.w3schools.com/php/php_file_upload.asp I noticed that with some of the image uploads, I would get the error "Sorry, only JPG, JPEG, PNG & GIF files are allowed." The images i upload are one of the file types listed above. So I am wondering why i would get an error for some images but not others despite all them of being the same file types? Can you tell why judging from the script?
  4. Hi all and Guru Jacques, I have just ported my application on the VM server and the application seems to be working fine except that it does not display the images. The parallel application on my localhost on windows works fine. The two are same except for some changes in the path. I have checked that the paths are correct by using small test files that echo their file names telling me exactly which all paths have been successfully traversed by the app. On logging in, there is a graph which is normally displayed if there is corresponding data for the user. No matter how much I try I a
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