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storing and manipulating images on server

Thread began 6/05/2016 5:27 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 6/08/2016 6:09 pm by Christopher West | 233 views | 6 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Hi, thanks Warrio for your insight. I think I will look for a simplify solution as I don't want to spend out any money on syncing software and the client would never want to do that either. I guess storing image names in a table isn't really needed since there are php functions to allow direct access to the files. Usually I would create a one to many table like you suggest and I will be using image filenames with -1 -2 -3 etc appended at the end of the SKU. And then I can differentiated between the primary image and the additional images to check if it has the -# appended at the end. Mind you I wonder if this may cause issues with my product image slider on the product detail page as it would swap out the images when the customer clicks on the smaller thumbnail (standard practice).

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