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photo guide

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Submitted on: 6/20/2002 9:18:57 AM
By: Chas Pardee 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility:PHP 4.0

Users have accessed this code 1751 times.
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     It's pretty simple it dynamical produces a menu for pictures contained in a folder from a text file.
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    // for :photo guide
    If you use my code I ask that you leave the section crediting it to me in. Otherwise you may use it whereever you please, as long as it is not being redistributed.
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    // Name: photo guide
    // Description:It's pretty simple it dyn
    //     amical produces a menu for pictures cont
    //     ained in a folder from a text file.
    // By: Chas Pardee
    // Inputs:The name of each picture, with
    //     out the file extension must be saved in 
    //     the text file. The text file should be s
    //     aved in a file called photos and be call
    //     ed photos.txt. This is also where the ac
    //     tual photos should be stored.
    // Assumes:Right now the code is set up 
    //     assuming that all pictures are .jpg's. Y
    //     ou can change this in the first line of 
    //     the code or set it to nothing and save t
    //     he files with their extensions.
    //This code is copyrighted and has    // limited warranties.Please see http://
    //     www.Planet-Source-Code.com/vb/scripts/Sh
    //     owCode.asp?txtCodeId=661&lngWId;=8    //for details.    //**************************************
    /* Begin Picture section */
    /* Code written by Chas */
    /* http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/s04.cpardee */
    // it is set up for all jpg's
    // if you set the variable to ""
    // you can then save the files in
    // the txt file with the extensions
    $extension = ".jpg";
    //get pics list from txt file
    // open the txt file
    $file = "photos/photos.txt";
    $filepointer = fopen("$file", "r");
    // input all lines into an array
    $pics = file("$file");
    // trim off the white space and 
    // end lines from each entry
    foreach($pics as $i=>$value)
    	$pics[$i] = trim($value);
    // begining of the table and form
    print("<table cellspacing=6><form method=post>");
    // output for each picture
    foreach($pics as $key=>$value)
    		print("<tr><td><input type=\"radio\" name=\"pic\" value=\"$value\"></td><td>$value</td></tr>");
    // output the submit button and close ev
    //     erything
    print("<tr><td colspan=2><center><INPUT TYPE=\"submit\" name=\"picpicked\" value=\"pick pic\"></center></td></tr></form></table>");
    // when you've picked a pic
    // print the img tag
    // and a back button
    print("<img src=\"photos\\");
    print $_POST["pic"];
    print("$extension\"><form><INPUT TYPE=\"submit\" name=\"none\" value=\"pick new pic\"></form>");
    /*End picture section*/

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