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File Upload Problems

Thread began 11/30/2012 1:42 pm by veevee06427071 | Last modified 12/03/2012 9:46 am by veevee06427071 | 1339 views | 6 replies


File Upload Problems

I've successfully implemented it on site ( but when I copy the code along with the associated include files over to another domain ( the upload image does not work. Both URLs are linked to the same database, they have the same folders, same include files, etc. I'm not quite sure what the issue is. I've included the code below which is identical on both domains but it doesn't upload when using it on the

The name of the file isn't being added to the database correctly. When that column is empty in the database it'll show an image to request an image be uploaded.

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